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Gary Deutsch

Founder and President, BRT Publications LLC

Gary Deutsch is founder and president of BRT Publications LLC, a professional education and training company that has served the financial industry for over 10 years. He has written numerous publications for Sheshunoff and A. S. Pratt on topics such as risk management, credit management, asset and liability management, and accounting and internal auditing. He also consults on credit risk management and allowance for loan and lease loss regulatory compliance and accounting issues. Prior to founding BRT Publications, Deutsch worked extensively in management positions with regional financial institutions and community banks in audit, lending, financial, and operational areas. He is a licensed CPA in Maryland and has a BA in accounting and an MBA in finance from Loyola University Maryland. He holds certified management accountant, certified internal auditor, and certified bank auditor designations.


Articles by this Author

  • Factoring Problem Loan Assumptions into Asset–Liability Management (ALM) Modeling
    by Gary Deutsch
    An essential part of the interest rate risk (IRR) management process is the analysis and documentation of IRR assumptions. Since all methods used to analyze the rate sensitivity of financial instruments require estimates of the amount and timing of their cash flows, the embedded prepayment options found in many types of loans must also be estimated. These estimates must include the level and speed of prepayments for an expected rate environment....
  • Formulating a Contingency Funding Plan to Manage Liquidity Risks
    by Gary Deutsch
    Managing the funding activities of a financial institution has become quite challenging as the global economy continues to develop economic linkages that can lead to unexpected volatility and systemic problems. The European Union, the United States, Asia, and other world economies have become connected through trade and currencies, and changing cultures and demographics such that it is no longer possible to focus solely on local or regional...

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