Get ready for the biggest accounting standards change in decades
The current expected credit loss (CECL) rule goes into effect in 2020 for SEC filing institutions and 2021 for non-SEC filers. To help lenders comply, TransUnion has partnered with EXL, a leading, global analytics and technology company, to build a web-based CECL Credit Loss CalculatorSM.
Our solution uses your own portfolio data or automatically imports your TransUnion-reported data, and adjusts for macroeconomic scenarios built into the model. It’s flexible — allowing you to choose from multiple modeling approaches. You can also adjust the model assumptions and apply overlays based on business expectations. The CECL Credit Loss Calculator will calculate loss forecasts at the loan level, summarize CECL results for each segment of your loan portfolio, and produce reports for senior management and auditors. It’s the easiest way to ensure you’re prepared for this new rule’s adoption.
Web-based solution is secure and easy-to-use, and requires no integration with a core platform
Easy data ingestion saves time and resources ensuring more complete data integrity and compliance
Flexibility of loss forecasting approaches helps you find your optimal solution by analyzing multiple methodologies that adhere to the estimation and reporting guidelines on CECL
Produces reports containing loss forecasts by portfolio, segment and origination vintages, and provides analyses of key drivers of increases and decreases in monthly or quarterly reserves