• The Oakleaf Group is a specialized management and information technology consulting firm.  We advise and assist major corporations, financial institutions and government agencies on their most critical issues involving technology strategy, business processes, risk management and controls.

    About Us

  • The Oakleaf Group brings broad quantitative, technology, regulatory, and operations expertise to bear in developing practical yet robust strategies for our financial institution clients.

    OUR SERVICES

  • Oakleaf is at the forefront of identifying best practices and pathways to help its financial services clients prepare to implement CECL (current expected credit loss). 

    Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL)

Welcome

Why Oakleaf?

We are a Washington, DC based risk analytics, finance and technology advisory firm. Our business model is simple and effective: We listen to our clients and respond with solutions tailored to their specific needs and industry challenges. We draw upon our quantitative, technology, regulatory, and operations expertise to develop practical yet robust strategies for our financial institution clients.

We’re proud to have built our organization on trust. It’s at the heart of everything we do. Our clients trust us to provide outstanding service and continue to re-engage Oakleaf based on our proven track record of delivering on our commitments and consistently exceeding expectations. This is evident in our long-standing relationships with our customers.

Our Selected Engagements

GSE

Provided homeownership retention and loss mitigation program support, reporting, analytics, and modeling.

FDIC

Provided analytics, modeling, and program reporting of FDIC Loss Share.

Commercial Banks

Provided model risk management, documentation support, and enterprise systems development.

HUD

For the FHA, provided credit reform modeling and risk management of delegated mortgage underwriting.

The Department of the Treasury

Subject matter expert consulting on systemic risk models, taxonomies, and data.

Law Firms

Forecasted effects of government homeowner assistance programs with national and regional home price forecasting.