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About the presenters

Neekis Hammond

Neekis Hammond – Sageworks

Neekis Hammond as principal consultant with Sageworks, provides financial institutions with advisory services, leads thought leadership and consults with product development on compliance and accuracy. He specializes in the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses; CECL preparation and methodology; acquired loan accounting and valuation, stress testing, and various portfolio analysis topics. Prior to joining Sageworks, he held a key role within Elliott Davis Decosimo’s FIG Consulting division where he provided valuation, accounting and loan analysis services. Preceding Elliott Davis Decosimo, he was with a multi-billion dollar financial institution where he worked on acquisitions ranging in size from $130 million to $2 billion and was an auditor with a regional CPA firm.

Regan Camp

Regan Camp – MST

Regan Camp is the managing director of MST Advisory Services, leading a team of subject matter experts who assist financial institutions nationwide in accurately interpreting and applying federal accounting guidance. He is a nationally recognized speaker, writer, thought leader and trusted advisor on the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL) and credit risk. Having worked closely with hundreds of financial institutions nationwide of varying sizes and complexities, Regan offers MST Advisory Services clients a unique combination of experience and perspective as he works closely with each institution to develop sound and defensible allowance methodologies, policies and procedures. His ability to simplify the complex has made for substantial and enduring practice improvements for the institutions he has worked with.

Regan Camp

Susan Weber – Camden National Bank

Susan has been with Camden National Bank since 2010, and is responsible for the ALLL, CECL readiness, portfolio analytics, stress testing, CRE concentration risk management, financial and board reporting, and policy administration. Susan also manages the company’s Appraisal Review Department. Prior to joining CNB, Susan spent 8 years at MBNA in business development helping to build, analyze and formulate strategies for the U.S. affinity card portfolio, and 6 years in commercial lending and branch management in Baltimore, MD.


Gordon Dobner – BKD

A partner in BKD’s National Financial Services Group, Gordon leads the firm’s current expected credit loss (CECL) committee and has been involved in consulting with institutions on education and implementation considerations related to CECL. He has more than 15 years of experience providing audit and consulting services to financial institution clients. Gordon’s experience includes audits of financial statements and internal controls over financial reporting as well assisting in regulatory filings.

Neekis Hammond

John Reedy – Grant Thornton

John is a Senior Manager in the Financial Management practice of Grant Thornton LLP. John provides assurance and advisory services to a variety of Grant Thornton’s financial services clients, including community and regional banks, US branches and agencies of Foreign Banking Organizations, and global systemically important financial institutions. John supports clients through material accounting and financial operations changes, as has significant experience leading allowance for loan loss (ALLL) and Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) reviews and validations, audit and due diligence assessments, compliance readiness reviews and risk assessments, and financial and compliance audits.

Other CECL resources

Whitepaper:A Practical CECL Action Plan

A Practical CECL Action Plan


Whitepaper: CECL Hidden Complexities for Community Institutions

CECL: Hidden Complexities for Community Institutions


Whitepaper: CECL Vendor Due Diligence

CECL: Vendor Due Diligence