Regulations & Exams Workshops
The following is a preliminary list with brief descriptions of educational workshops. (subject to change)
Regulatory Hot Stuff* (1 hour 15 minutes)
How will the new capital requirements, stress testing and other safety and soundness regulation impact your bank? Are you ready for the next visit from the examiners? Senior banking agency representatives will bring you up-to-date on all the latest issues concerning bank regulation and supervision. Learn about the proposed new capital requirements under Basel III, credit quality, stress testing and liquidity management, source of strength requirements for holding companies, deposit insurance, CRE concentrations and more.
Speakers: Kevin Bertsch, Associate Director, Banking Supervision and Regulation Division, The Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System; Doreen Eberly, Director of Risk Management, FDIC; Bert Otto, Deputy Comptroller, Central District Office, OCC
Basel III: What Does it Really Mean to Community Banks*
The proposed BASEL III rules and requirements for measuring capital adequacy will have a dramatic impact on the capital ratios of virtually every community bank in the country. There’s no disputing this reality, even though some of the details have been up for debate. This discussion will clear up any remaining question marks as we summarize how proposed rules will DIRECTLY affect the issue of capitalizing your institution. Learn about new definitions and measurements of minimal capital requirements, what impact the new rules will have on shareholder actions and the new rules governing risk weighting of assets, especially residential mortgages.
Speakers: Shawn O’Brien, President, QwickRate; Greg Dingens, EVP/Co-Head of Investment Banking, Monroe Securities, Inc.
Evolving M&A Market*
There are a number of game changers for M&A and capital, including BASEL III. Learn how these changes impact capital plans and untapped sources of capital. Learn too about the evolving M&A market from the firm that once again leads the nation in number of whole bank transactions.
Speakers: Peter Weinstock, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP; Charles “Stormy” Greef, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP
The Future of Community Banking: The FDIC Perspective*
Over the past year, the FDIC conducted extensive research on the history, development and characteristics of the community bank sector, and it has held a number of regional roundtables with bankers and agency officials. Hear the FDIC discuss the results of its recent survey.
Speaker: Richard Brown, Associate Director and Chief Economist, FDIC Division of Insurance and Research, FDIC
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