Audits of Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BANK16)
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When: 10/21/2016
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM
Where: LCPA - Training Facility
2400 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Suite 500
Kenner, Louisiana 
United States
Presenter: Bruce Shepard

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Acronym BANK
CPE 8 hours
Vendor AICPA
Accounting & Auditing
Level Intermediate
Prerequisite General audit knowledge or experience
Adv Prep None
Who should attend

Experienced auditors who perform audits of financial institutions

Registration Early Bird
(through 10/6)
(after 10/6)
Member $289 $339
CPA Non-Member $389 $439

The Member rate applies to LCPA members, reciprocal state society members, and non-CPA staff of LCPA members. To register online, use the ‘Register’ button above. To register by phone, call the LCPA Member Service Center at 800.288.5272 or 504.464.1040, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.

AICPA members receive an additional $30 off the registration fee for this course.

Discount made at the time of checkout. Qualifying members should have received a promo code via email – if you are unsure whether you qualify, or you lost/never received your code, please call the LCPA Member Service Center at 504.464.1040 or 800.288.5272.


This program is dedicated to demonstrating how audit, consulting, and tax associates can learn the accounting, tax, and auditing fundamentals of modern depository and lending institutions, as well as non-bank institutions. The course is complete with practical worksheets and insights such as the applicable metrics that create value for depository and lending institutions. These institutions are specialized and are one of, the most regulated industries in the world. Numerous references to best practice audits allow the auditor and consultants the opportunity to plan efficient and effective audits and reports.


  • Identify the impact of applicable accounting pronouncements to the financial institution industry and its regulatory environment, including the effects of the Dodd-Frank Act and U.S. implementation of Basel III requirements.
  • Identify current economic and industry developments affecting banking.
  • Identify the types of risks applicable to the financial institution industry.
  • Identify certain audit considerations and reporting issues that are unique and critical to banks and financial institutions.
  • Recognize specialized audit planning and testwork relating to audit areas including loan receivables, credit losses, cash, investments, foreclosed and real estate investments, deposits, and equity.


  • Regulatory and governmental supervision
  • Audit planning, risk assessment, and analytical procedures
  • Loan receivables and loan quality
  • Credit losses
  • Cash, investments, intangibles, hedging instruments, repurchase agreements, troubled debt, foreclosures, real estate investments, and deposits
  • Equity and capital
  • Shadow banking
  • Income taxes