|This session will dive deeper into the advanced accounting topics impacting mortgage lenders, including IRLC valuation methodology, techniques for cash flow forecasting, and tax liability implications.
Date:Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM EST
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Mortgage Accounting Series Summary:
The Mortgage Accounting Series webinar series is presented in collaboration with MBA Education and Mortgage Banking Solutions (MBS), a consulting firm servicing the residential mortgage lending industry. Join us as well delve into the fundamentals and complexities of mortgage accounting. The completion of this series will provide you with the information necessary to master this form of accounting. Anyone who desires to increase their knowledge of mortgage loan accounting will benefit from this session that is designed for business owners, executive management, accountants, and non-CPA accounting managers.
- Part I, Drilling into Mortgage Accounting - 10/3/18
- Part II, Loan Level Accounting - Essential For Survival - Wednesday, 10/10/18
- Part III, Hedging For Accountants - Wednesday, 10/17/18
- Part IV, Hedge Accounting and GAAP reporting - Wednesday, 10/24/18
- Part V, Cash and Capital Preservation - Wednesday, 10/31/18
- Purpose of Accounting
- Benefits of Fair Value - The Good Old Days
- Derivative Asset Valuation & Transformational Costs
- Direct vs Indirect Costs
- Best Practices of IRLC Transformational Costs
- Comparability of IMBs in CPA Reports
- FASB EITF ongoing commentary on IRLC
- GAAP Revenue Recognition
- Federal Tax impact from IRLC methodology
- Security Price Change drives MTM
- MTM impact on Financial Reports
- Cash Flow Forecasting
- Andy Schell, CPA, CMB, CFF, Managing Partner, Mortgage Banking Solutions
- Theresa Marie, CIO & Managing Director, Strategic Technology & Operations, Mortgage Banking Solutions
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who desires to increase their knowledge of mortgage loan accounting will benefit from this session that is designed for business owners, executive management, accountants, and non-CPA accounting managers.