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Banking & Securities

October 21

Customer Engagement Platforms: Innovative Ways to Attract, Retain, and Expand Customer Relationships
2:00 PM ET | (18:00 GMT)
Challenges surround financial institutions as customer expectations evolve, regulation increases, fee income diminishes, demographics change, and competition appears in new channels. What role can customer engagement platforms play as financial institutions reconsider customer engagement strategies? Gain a new perspective on how financial institutions are using customer engagement platforms, processes, and data-driven insights to increase customer engagement and improve customer experience.
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November 13

The Current Expected Credit Loss Model – What Bank CEOs, CFOs, and Controllers Need to Know
2:00 PM ET | (19:00 GMT)
The Financial Accounting Standards Board's proposed current expected credit loss (CECL) model could significantly change the way banks account for loans and should accelerate recognition of credit losses on loan portfolios. What are potential impacts for your organization? Stay abreast of this important change and learn how the CECL model could impact your organization.
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June 10, 2014

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