Year-end Reporting Considerations for Financial Institutions

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Brian Smith, Joel Trotter, Donald Walker, Jr., Thomas Rees

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The economic crisis has made impairment a key financial reporting issue at year-end 2009. Securities, loans, goodwill and deferred tax assets have suffered impairments resulting in significant impacts on regulatory capital and reported income. Panelists Brian Smith and Joel Trotter of Latham & Watkins, and Donald Walker, Jr. and Thomas Rees of FTI Consulting will describe the current regulatory environment and asset impairment considerations, and discuss the reporting and regulatory impact of writedowns. They will also discuss year-end accounting and disclosure issues affecting financial institutions, offering insights about the SEC’s perspectives on these matters.

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