Recorded: July 21, 2020
Length: 60 Minutes
As a community bank leader, you must understand the bank and its infrastructure from many perspectives. This requirement pushes a leader to think creatively outside his or her primary area of expertise and learn principles needed for greater community bank success. In this digital webinar series, new and current community bank leaders will take a comprehensive look at the key technical banking considerations all leaders must understand to improve function and achieve superior results at the bank.
Most farmers and businesses look at bottom line income when making decisions. But did you know that it can be more important to look at contribution margin when making these key decisions? This webinar explains what contribution margin is and how to incorporate it into your business process.
As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), some employers (including community banks) may be eligible for a refundable payroll tax credit of up to $5,000 per employee if certain criteria is met.
The purpose of this webinar is to set describe why financial institutions sponsor ESOPs and to discuss the various design alternatives to consider once an ESOP is fully matured. With respect to this latter point, we will discuss: (i) using the ESOP to create an internal liquid market for the trading of shares, (ii) ideas to help reduce the repurchase liability from a dollar perspective, and (iii) how to breathe fresh life (shares) into the ESOP in order to avoid a “have and have not” situation.
In today's environment it is important that community bank personnel understand the key elements and differences in regulations, consumer protections, and allocation of liability for fraudulent and unauthorized transactions. These differences dramatically affect customer rights, response time frames and liability exposure for the financial institution. This webinar explores the unique laws, rules, regulations, and private network or card association rules at play in various payment channels (check, debit, credit, ACH and wire) with respect to fraud, and will ensure participants leave with a better understanding of everything from ACH through zero liability.
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Presenter: Kristen Ritter, TIB Bequeaith