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Registration is now open for our 40th Annual Conference! 

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The Economic Whipsaw -
What Comes Next for Credit, Earnings, & Capital?

Eric Poulin

Senior Consultant

Darling Consulting Group

Eric is a Senior Consultant at Darling Consulting Group where he assists community financial institutions with the delicate balance of optimizing earnings while prudently managing risk. In this role, he works collaboratively with ALCOs to develop comprehensive strategies related to all aspects of Asset Liability Management. Eric strives to distill complex concepts into actionable intelligence and delights in bringing education to the industry.

John Demeritt

Managing Director

Darling Consulting Group

John is a Managing Director at Darling Consulting Group, working directly with financial institution executives to improve the effectiveness of their asset liability management (ALM) process. In this capacity, he provides insight and education in managing interest rate risk, liquidity risk, credit risk and capital. John also advises on regulatory compliance, stress testing, and contingency planning.


John began his career with DCG in 2006 as a financial analyst and currently manages DCG’s Risk Analyzer Plus product and Loan Credit Loss Model solution. John is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a degree in finance and marketing.

The government response to the pandemic initially brought about tremendous asset growth in the banking industry, followed by inflation and a rising interest rate environment to a magnitude that has not been seen in decades.


Funding cost pressures continue with no signs of slowing down while credit trends in both consumer and commercial loans continue to signal growing uncertainty. What will the outcome be? What if these trends continue or intensify?


Join DCG Managing Director John Demeritt and Senior Consultant Eric Poulin as they discuss how institutions are planning for these potentially adverse environments.


Registration is open now for this one CPE-eligible webinar. We hope you will join us.

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