2020 Virtual Sessions & Presenters
Virtual 2020 CONFERENCE Sessions Presenters
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Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) Regulation
After years of deliberation and considerations among the various stakeholders, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) published the Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 326 – Financial Instruments – Credit Losses, commonly known as the Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) standard on June 16, 2016. CECL replaces the current Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL) accounting standard. Attend this session to learn more about implementation and effect on credit decisions.
"How to design a CECL Compliant Program"
John Evenstad, Concord Energy
Special "Thank You" to our panelists and presenters previous sessions
Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D., The "Bowtie" Economist
Card Brands Fraud Panel:
John "JJ" Kieley - American Express
Michael Baechle - MasterCard
Stacey Baisden - Discover Financial Services
Robert Alandt - Visa Inc.
Credit Management in a COVID-19 World
Rhonda Buras - Dun & Bradstreet
"Hi-Octane EMV+ with P2PE & Tokenization"
Dan Coates, Senior Solutions Consultant, with ACI Worldwide
June 4 "The Dark Web"
Marc Punzirudu, sponsored by:
Counterparty Legal Structures
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2020 Virtual Sessions & Presenters - National Petroleum Energy Credit Association
CREDIT SESSION - JUNE 11
"Legal Structures of Business Structures and What They Mean to Credit Decisions
How closely should you consider the form of business entity your customer or counterparty operates through? Your ability to collect or otherwise enforce your contract rights may well turn on this very issue. Also, the level and quality of credit support necessary could well be impacted. This program will explore the various forms of business entities being used today, from tried and true corporations and partnerships to limited liability companies, master limited partnerships, coops and joint ventures. We will also discuss the practical implications and challenges each present and how to deal with problems as they arise.
Fran Lawall, Esq.
PAYMENTS SESSION - JUNE 4 – "Dark Web Tour"
Marc PunziruduWhen card data is stolen what happens to it? Marc will take us on a 'tour' of the dark underbelly of the Internet and see where the rabbit holes lead us. Members will learn about how the dark web is accessed, what it actually is , and what's out there. Get a tour of the "Dark Web" and see what the bad guys do with the card data once they obtain it.
Marc Punzirudu is a subject matter expert in IT security and compliance best practices. As Vice President of Security Consulting Services for ControlScan, Marc ensures that the company’s Risk and Compliance Management (RCM), Proactive Attack Simulation Services (PASS) and Payment Technology Consulting (PTC) teams are well equipped to consistently perform at a high level.
Since joining ControlScan in 2015, Marc’s wealth of security expertise and general business acumen have enabled him to take on increasing responsibility within the ControlScan organization. Marc has contributed extensively to the ControlScan and PCI Compliance Guide blogs, and he has been a featured speaker at numerous industry events.
Marc recently served as President of the SC Midlands Chapter of ISACA. He is currently a Charter Delegate of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Columbia, SC Midlands; and is a member of the Palmetto Chapter of Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
Marc earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from the University of South Florida. He also holds multiple security-related certifications and credentials, including PCIP, CRISC, CISA, CISM, CISSP and PCI-QSA.
________________________________________________________________________________CREDIT SESSION - JUNE 11 - "Legal Structures of Business Structures and What They Mean to Credit DecisionsHow closely should you consider the form of business entity your customer or counterparty operates through? Your ability to collect or otherwise enforce your contract rights may well turn on this very issue. Also, the level and quality of credit support necessary could well be impacted. This program will explore the various forms of business entities being used today, from tried and true corporations and partnerships to limited liability companies, master limited partnerships, coops and joint ventures. We will also discuss the practical implications and challenges each present and how to deal with problems as they arise. Fran Lawall
Francis J. Lawall, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Pepper Hamilton LLP, concentrates in national bankruptcy and reorganization matters involving the representation of major energy and chemical companies and creditors committees in bankruptcy proceedings, workouts and restructurings throughout the United States. Mr. Lawall also has substantial experience with the reorganization of companies plagued with massive toxic tort liabilities, as well as companies in the textile, automotive, clothing and construction materials industries.
Mr. Lawall routinely lectures in the energy industry including credit education programs offered by the International Energy Credit Association and the National Petroleum Energy Credit Association. He has presented seminars before the American Bar Association and American Bankruptcy Institute concerning the use of limited fund class actions as an alternative to bankruptcy as well as general bankruptcy topics, including preferences, reclamation, the role of creditors’ committees and related issues.
Mr. Lawall has published on a variety of bankruptcy and credit issues. In addition, he writes monthly articles on current bankruptcy topics for The Philadelphia Legal Intelligencer. He is the lead author of “Debt Adjustments for Municipalities Under Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code, A Collier Monograph. He is co-author of “How to Turn Around a Corporation Plagued with Mass Toxic Torts” (Workouts & Turnarounds, The Handbook of Restructuring and Investing in Distressed Companies) and “Representing the Performance Bond Surety” (Construction Defaults: Rights, Duties and Liabilities) and “Identify the Problem and Developing a Solution,” (Winning, Legal Strategies for Bankruptcy and Restructuring). Mr. Lawall has been highly rated in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business since 2005, and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, and was selected for inclusion on the 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list.
___________________________________________________________CREDIT SESSION - JUNE 18 - CECL / 326How to design a CECL Compliant Program.John Evenstad
John Evenstad, Director of Credit and Contracts, Concord Energy, LLC,
has over 35 years of experience in the credit profession as a manager and analyst, the last 20 in the energy sector; currently director of Credit and Contracts at Concord Energy in Denver, CO. Extensive experience with contracting and risk management in crude oil, NGL’s, power, and gas. Active in several industry trade associations.
______________________________________________________PAST SESSIONS DELIVERED. Speaker materials to be made available. Sessions recorded.
APRIL 30 - ELLIOT EISENBERG, Ph.D. - ECONOMIST - KEYNOTE SPEAKER
MAY 7 - FRAUD PANEL - CARDS BRAND PANEL FORUM
May 14 - CREDIT SESSION MAY 14 - "Receivables Management Amidst Coronavirus"
Rhonda Buras, AVP, Finance Solutions, Dun & Bradstreet
PAYMENTS SESSION - MAY 21 - "Hi-Octane EMV+ with P2PE & Tokenization"
Dan Coates, Senior Solutions Consultant, with ACI Worldwide
More virtual Payments and Credit sessions coming in September and October. 84th Annual Meeting & Conference is in St. Petersburg, FL at the Vinoy Hotel. April 24-27, 2021
2020 CONFERENCE CANCELED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
MESSAGE FROM NPECA PRESIDENT, Erika Curtis, Growmark
Dear NPECA Members,
The COVID19 World pandemic continues to be an unprecedented situation for not only NPECA but for all. The NPECA staff and Board of Directors have continually watched and discussed the decision about holding our 2020 conference as planned for April 19-21, in San Antonio, TX. This decision has been a heavy weight for the board over the past month. The news continues to break with new “shelter in place” orders across the US, more and more confirmed cases, in addition to the current state of the energy market. There are so many variables playing into the decision, and all have to be considered and reviewed.
Given the uncertainty that remains, it is with a heavy heart we announce we will be canceling our 2020 conference.
The decision to cancel conference has opened the door for new ways of communicating with our network of NPECA “family” Members. We are all learning more ways to be flexible in how we work, interact and communicate. We announced on Thursday the new hashtag of #NPECATilWeMeetAgain. We may have to physically distance ourselves, but not on social media. Please share your photos of how you are working and spending your days in this new world. We would like to see each of our NPECA members!
The newly enacted sub-committee, announced in my last message, will be meeting regularly to review and plan new ways for NPECA to deliver the educational content we had planned for conference. In addition, the sub-committee, will aid Mike and Francie in considering the financial impact on NPECA, and help in communicating with all parties involved, including you our Membership. We will work as quickly as we can to reach out to each of our Members who registered for the 2020 conference. Please watch for that communication in the near future.
In the meantime, I am sure you are wondering about your current registration and fees paid for conference. We have determined two options, for you to choose from. They are:
- NPECA will hold your conference registration and fees for next year’s 2021 conference in St. Petersburg, Florida.
- Receive a full refund for your 2020 conference registration fees.
For the great sponsors that we have each year for conference, thank you for your support of NPECA. Mike Brittain will be in contact with each of you to discuss options. We hope to deliver you more opportunities to display the support you have given to NPECA in the past and especially this year and next year.
I pray for the Safety and Health of all our NPECA members. #NPECATilWeMeetAgain we will see each other on social media and then will all be together again in person in St. Petersburg, Florida in April 2021!
Thank you for your continued support in NPECA!!
Erika Curtis, President of NPECACANCELED 3/30/2020
Stay in touch at #NPECATilWeMeetAgain
CANCELED - 83rd Annual NPECA Conference - The Saint Anthony Hotel - 300 Travis St. - San Antonio, TX
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