Doug offers primarily internal and external audit services to both private and publicly held financial services companies, ranging in size from de novo status to multi-billion dollar institutions. He also provides his clients extensive experience in Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, and Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL). Doug’s clients appreciate his high-level experience coupled with his sincere desire to be helpful every step of the way.
Years of Experience
Troy University, Bachelor’s Troy University, Master’s
Professional & Civic Leadership
- Institute of Internal Auditors – Atlanta Chapter Board of Governors
- Georgia Bankers Association – Vice Chair Accountants Section Board
- Kennesaw State University Internal Audit Center Advisory Board
- TROY University Foundation Board of Directors
- TROY University Sorrell College of Business Dean’s Executive Advisory Council
- TROY Athletics Leadership Society
INSIGHTS FROM Doug Mims
It’s Too Early for CECL Fatigue
Crypto Quick Reference Guide
CECL: It’s Not Just About Financial Institutions
Cryptocurrency: What’s a Community Bank to do?￼
Cryptocurrency Fundamentals for Financial Institutions
Conference Recap – AICPA 2021 National Conference on Banks and Savings...
CECL: It’s Getting WARM in Here Webinar
Risky Business: Comparing Risk Levels of MRBs
CECL: It’s Getting WARM in Here
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Cannabis Banking: Is Your Financial Institution Ready?
The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020: An Overview
Considerations for Banking Cannabis-Related Businesses
CECL: Impact to Date and the Road Ahead
Don’t Sleep on CECL
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Implications of Human Trafficking
The Evolution of the Bank Secrecy Act
Doug Mims AROUND TOWN
Community Bankers Association of Georgia – Advanced BSA/AML Compliance School
CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting at the Community Bankers Association of GA Advanced BSA/AML Compliance School on August 22, 2022. As the Financial Institutions Sub-line Industry Leader and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Doug will be serving as a panelist throughout the session.
Georgia Society of CPAs 2022 Financial Institutions Conference
CRI Partners Doug Mims and Hillary Collier will be presenting an Accounting, Auditing (A&A) and Tax Update on October 20, 2022, that will provide a high level overview of the most timely relevant accounting and auditing standards impacting community financial institutions, as well as recent tax developments. In addition, the presenters will provide an update from the 2022 AICPA Conference on Banks and Savings Institutions being held in September 2022.
Ethics for Internal Auditors
On October 6th, 2021, CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting “Ethics for Internal Auditors” alongside the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors via a virtual webinar. This webinar will provide an overview of the Institution of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics and considerations for demonstrating conformance to the principles of integrity, objectivity, confidentiality, and competency. Attendees can also learn more about the specifics of enterprise risk management (ERM) and regulatory compliance.
CECL: Recent Developments and Next Steps for Financial Institutions
CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting via virtual webinar on behalf of the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors on September 27, 2021. This webinar will cover a summary of the impact of CECL to date, as well as an overview of the accounting and regulatory guidance. Additionally, the Weighted Average Remaining Maturities (WARM) method, the Interagency Policy Statement on the allowance for credit losses, and many more resources and tools will be discussed.
The IIA’s Three Lines Model: Basic Concepts and Practical Applications
Next week, CRI Partner Doug Mims will participate in the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors’ (ACUIA) webinar on July 21, 2021 that covers the Institute of Internal Auditor’s (IIA) Three Lines Model. Included in this presentation will be practical applications for financial institutions, the role of internal audit in the implementation of the new model and ongoing considerations for internal audit on a prospective basis.