ICBA - Education - Current Issues/Annual Certification Conference

Current Issues/Annual Certification Conference

September 28 - October, 1, 2015; Minneapolis, MN
October 19-22, 2015; New Orleans, LA

Day One—Auditing Issues

It’s essential that internal auditors, external auditors, operations and other managers stay abreast of auditing issues that are crucial to the effective management of your bank. Topics include:

  • What internal auditors need to know about BASEL III and new capital guidelines
  • An update for auditors about the upcoming changes to the ALLL
  • Troubled debt restructuring
  • OREO challenges
  • Risk-based audits, risk assessments and enterprise risk management
  • Fraud
  • Interest rate risk, back testing, stress testing
  • Social media and the internal auditor
  • Auditing transactions with holding companies, subsidiaries and insiders
  • Bitcoin and other virtual currency
  • Implementing COSO’s integrated framework for internal control

Day Two—Lending Compliance

With the fog of the January mortgage reform require-ments lifting a little, community banks are still facing numerous lending compliance challenges. Stay one step ahead of the regulators as we discuss the latest lending compliance issues facing community banks. Topics include:

  • Plotting a course for compliance with the integrated mortgage disclosure requirements effective August 2015
  • Responding to the 2014 Interagency HELOC Guidance
  • Flood insurance coverage changes plus a status update on flood reform
  • CRA scrutiny: Not to be ignored!
  • An introduction to the newly published proposed rule for HMDA overhaul
  • “Fact or Fiction” session on hot lending compliance topics including a recap of ATR/QM industry issues observed, fair lending, UDAAP, ARM loans, and more!

Day Three—Deposit Compliance/BSA

Deposit operations and BSA best practices continue to change at a pace that requires compliance and operational personnel to remain focused and in touch with peers. Not to be overlooked, this deposit and BSA/AML session will focus on current regulatory changes and evolving industry best practices. Highlights include:

  • Overdraft practices in light of regional regulatory guidance and recent enforcement actions
  • Mobile Banking: What are the compliance implications?
  • A discussion on new UDAAP exposures within the deposit operations areas
  • Newly published “SAR Stats” from FinCEN
  • Virtual currency concerns
  • Plus a “Fact or Fiction” session on current deposit and BSA compliance topics including beneficial ownership, banking high risk customers such as marijuana-related businesses and third party payment providers, AML monitoring red flags, social media, bank acquisition and compliance concerns, and much more!

Day Four—IT Security Risk and Realities

IT remains a high risk component for community bank internal auditors, compliance, security and technology officers. The dramatic rise in cyber-crime is putting pressure on both banks and their customers. This session will discuss current issues involving the most sensitive IT security areas and how to most effectively mitigate and manage risk. Topics will include:

  • Advanced network and internet security techniques, phone security, advanced physical security issues
  • Practical risk assessment techniques (a tool will be provided)
  • Current state of malware risks and detection and practical incident handling techniques
  • Vendor management issues
  • Cyber security/cyber crime/FFIEC emphasis
  • IT outsourcing vs. in house
  • Business continuity planning
  • Mobile banking/BYOD

Start Time: 8:00 am Day One
End Time: 4:00 pm Day Four

Instructors:
Neil Falken and Tom Danielson, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
David Bequeaith and Lindsay LaNore, Bequeaith, a Division of TIB Services Company
Mark Eich and David Anderson, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

Who should attend: Internal auditors, external auditors, compliance officers, bank security officers,  legal counsel, operations managers, bank managers, BSA officers and IT officers

8 CPE Credits/Day
Program Level:
Intermediate

Pricing

4-Day Conference

3-Day Conference

2-Day Conference

1-Day Conference

ICBA Members

$1,295

$995

$695

$395

Nonmembers

$1,845

$1,295

$845

$495

Nonbankers

$2,195

$1,495

$995

$595

Hotel Information (Minneapolis):
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites Hotel Bloomington,  Bloomington, MN at (952) 884-4811
Rate: $158.00 
Reservation Deadline: 9/4/2015

Hotel Information (New Orleans):
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans, LA at (504) 525-1993
Rate: $159.00 
Reservation Deadline: 9/26/2015

Printable Registration Form

For more information, call 800-422-7285.