25th Annual Bank Director Current Issues Seminar
|Sunday, March 2
|7:45 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The role of the bank director is one of constant change, whether it is learning new duties and obligations imposed by regulators, deploying new corporate structuring techniques touted by professionals to help enhance bank value, or fulfilling a personal desire for more education to better serve your institution and community. Insights from a wide range of top industry consultants and regulators make this seminar an event for directors wanting to do more than simply occupy a seat at the board table.
Payment Fraud Trends
Mark Eich, Partner, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP
Professional hackers are attacking your customers like never before. Using purpose-built malware they are attacking the online payment system and executing fraudulent wire transfers and ACH entries with relative ease. This session will discuss how these attacks work and key steps your bank can take to mitigate this growing risk.
The Director’s Role
Peter Weinstock, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP
Much has been written, and even more has been said, of the role of the bank director. Basic presentations concerning director fiduciary duties and looking for red flags, however, have failed to keep up with regulatory changes and industry dynamics. This presentation will address the role of the modern community bank director. It will cover current supervisory concerns, the proper function of the board in the compliance management system, what are sensible ways to interpret consultants’ advice regarding where to focus their energies.
Hear about the role of your regulators in this current community bank environment.
For Bank Director Current Issues Seminar registered attendees only
How to Make Your Marketing Relevant and Responsive to the Bottom Line
Becki Drahota, President, Mills Financial Marketing
Economic, political and regulatory forces have transformed the world of bank marketing. From this presentation, you will gain a new perspective from a 38 year bank marketing veteran (who is also a bank director). Where should your bank’s marketing time and effort be spent? How can marketing actually drive commercial loan acquisition? Who are your real competitors and how will you know if your marketing is working? If you’re asking yourself any of these questions, the answers are waiting for you.
How Does Your Bank “Win” in this Regulatory and Economic Environment?
David Kemp, President, Bankers Management, Inc.
Today’s top performing banks have one common characteristic: the board and management are on the same page. The board’s role begins with setting the direction of the bank and continues with exercising oversight and governance of management. While management is charged with developing operating plans that allow the organization to reach its goals, the bank’s business plan must be executed under intense regulatory scrutiny.
**You’ll earn five CPE credits if you attend the entire session. Badges will be scanned at the end of the session.
You must be registered for the ICBA convention in order to attend the Annual Bank Director Current Issues seminar.