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Tim McPeakWith the Financial Accounting Standards Board announcing another delay in the release of its final guidance on the Current Expected Credit Loss model, it may be tempting to put the changing guidance and effect it will have on allowance levels in the back of your mind. And you wouldn’t necessarily be wrong. The CECL guidance is impactful, certainly, but it’s not cause for panic, and this additional delay in the finalized guidance only underscores that point.

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