As a bank, you not only juggle the strict regulatory requirements of your industry, but you’re also tasked with maintaining profitability and satisfying your customer base as well. Managing a compliance program, maintaining adequate IT security, and evaluating and mitigating risk are all critical demands—and each puts pressure on you and your institution.

We can help. Our knowledge of banking operations means you get the full breadth of services your bank requires, from tax and assurance to comprehensive consulting solutions. For more than 35 years, we’ve helped banks of all sizes navigate an ever-changing regulatory environment by helping them remain in compliance, operate more efficiently, and seize opportunities for growth.

We serve banks ranging in size from start-ups to those with greater than $25 billion in assets. Furthermore, you’ll benefit from a full set of strategic and operational solutions to help you navigate all stages of the growth cycle, from de novo to mutual stock conversions.


CECL Accounting Guide

Download our guide, which serves as a practical and illustrative document to assist with CECL implementation efforts including information around the scope of the new standard, new disclosures that will be required, and a method of transitioning to CECL.


Bankers' Index Report

The Bankers' Index Report is a summary analysis of community banks by state. Developed by Moss Adams and produced quarterly, the report includes information regarding balance sheet and income statement performance metrics, asset quality, and capital adequacy. The information provided in the Bankers’ Index is derived from call reports filed with regulatory agencies and is summarized by region or state and total asset size.


As 2017 comes to a close, we'll review the year's important tax updates and their impact on community banks. We'll discuss the current tax reform proposals as they relate to community banks, including the potential long- and short-term impacts of a possible upcoming tax rate change.

Basel III may require banking organizations to apply a 250% risk weight to MSAs deducted from CET1 capital.

Discover how banks can better anticipate post-acquisition earnings by measuring core deposits and the core deposit intangible.

ASU 2016-01 changes how financial institutions account for certain financial instruments. We look at the new FASB guidance and its effective dates.

In February 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-02, Leases, which provides new guidelines that change the accounting for leasing arrangements.

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