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Tabletop Exercises

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The following are intended to be simplified examples to illustrate key concepts in the allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL) and TDR guidance.  The facts and circumstances related to an individual loan are unique and likely will not match the scenarios presented in this document.  As each bank evaluates the appropriate reporting and classification treatment of the loans in its loan portfolio, management should refer to the relevant accounting standards and regulatory guidance for details and direction.

In this document, one method for completing a cash flow analysis is demonstrated.  The method presented here is not a regulatory mandate.  Neither accounting standards nor regulatory guidance prescribe how to estimate future cash flows, but they do specify that the “best estimate” based on reasonable and supportable assumptions and projections should be used.  Other methods for determining the best estimate of expected future cash flows are acceptable.  Management can use other future cash flow estimation methods, but the method chosen should be consistently applied and the underlying assumptions and projections must be reasonable, supportable, and properly documented.

Some generic terms are used in these tabletop exercises.  For example, the terms “loan balance” or “loan amount” are used rather than “recorded investment in the loan” since these are the terms commonly used by community bankers when discussing the ALLL, impairment, and TDRs.

Index and Notes

Measuring Impairment

Example 1:  Present Value of Expected Future Cash Flows Method (Unsecured Loan)

Example 2:  Fair Value Method (Operation of Collateral)

 

Troubled Debt Restructuring (TDR)

Example 3:  Accrual Treatment

Example 4:  Accrual Status and Classification

 

Identifying TDR & Measuring Impairment

Example 5:  Present Value of Expected Future Cash Flows Method (Real Estate Loan)

Example 6:  Present Value of Expected Future Cash Flows Method (Working Capital Line)

Example 7:  Fair Value Method (Operation of Collateral)

 

A/B Note Structure

Example 8:  A/B Note Structure

The following is a list of acronyms used throughout this document:

ALLL

Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses

ASC

Accounting Standards Codification

ASC-310

ASC 310-10-35

DCR

Debt Service Coverage Ratio

LTV

Loan-to-Value

MV

Market Value

P

Prime Rate

PV

Present Value

TDR

Troubled Debt Restructuring

UCC

Uniform Commercial Code

WC

Working Capital




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