“Teammates”: US banks receptive to Covid-19 measures as CECL implementation delayed
Practitioners say US banks are responding positively to measures taken to resuscitate the economy following the coronavirus outbreak, as the US Senate postponed the implementation of a controversial new accounting standard as part of its US$2.2 trillion stimulus package.
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