Webinar: Stress Testing for Community Banks
01/29/2013 - 01/29/2013
Time: 11:00 am Eastern | 10:00 am Central | 9:00 am Mountain | 8:00 am Pacific
Length: 60 minutes
Can your financial institution survive the next economic downturn? The recent financial crisis demonstrated how unexpected economic downturns and rapid deterioration in market conditions can significantly harm a bank's financial condition and economic viability. Today's ever-changing regulatory environment makes it more important than ever to understand the importance and benefits of Loan Portfolio Management.
This webinar will present feedback collected from multiple regulatory agencies on examiner's expectations regarding Stress Testing at both the individual and portfolio levels. We will also present how all these systems and policies weave together to create a safety net that allows you to proactively manage and take back control of your financial institutions lending portfolio.
This session will showcase how to create and incorporate loan portfolio stress testing system into your Enterprise Risk Management framework, outline the importance and benefits of a stress testing system and show you how to source economic information. Our expert will offer advice on creating meaningful stress testing scenarios that align with the new OCC guidance on stress testing for Community banks under 10 Billion.
Conference learning points include:
Rob Newberry, President of Legosys Corp., is a proven executive manager with 20 years of banking experience. Before co-founding Legosys Corp, Rob served in various strategic and leadership roles at Wells Fargo. These roles included time in finance, servicing, fair lending, pricing strategy, business intelligence and technology delivery innovation. Rob also served as a consultant on a national retail pricing committee and was chairman of a loan economics council. Over the last five years, Rob has worked closely with multiple regulatory agencies and community banks to develop loan grading, stress testing and ALLL reserve capabilities for community banks in the FastGrade suite of products. Rob is also on the faculty team at the Graduate School of Banking in Wisconsin teaching parts of Credit Risk Management.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate
For more information, call 800-422-7285.