June 26, 2014
Length: 60 Minutes
It would be short-sighted to claim that the first half of 2014 has been "more of the same," but the reality is that the first two quarters have been spent trying to make sense of the madness. 2013 provided a continued focus on compliance and risk management, increased competition, and the adoption of new capital requirements and mortgage rules. As a result, community banks are doing what they do best-positioning for long-term success by remaining flexible and focused on the needs the communities they serve.
In this audio conference, industry expert Greyson Tuck will discuss various issues that have already left their mark on 2014, such as industry consolidation, a shift in organizational and ownership structures, and an array of pertinent regulatory issues. The audio conference will also discuss the continued pressure of attracting and retaining quality community bank employees to lead community banking into the future. This session will offer practical advice to help community bank directors and members of management steer their institutions toward profitability and success.
Speaker: Greyson Tuck, Managing Director with Gerrish MCreary Smith.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate