Designed to keep you up-to-date on supervisory, regulatory and operational risk issues at the federal level.
(Sessions are subject to change)
Consumer Compliance Update: The Bureau Perspective
Wednesday March 20 7:30 AM - 8:25 AM Room 209A
Jennifer Stockett, Deputy Assistant Director/Office of Financial Institutions & Bureau Liaisons, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
It is more than a year since the changing of the guard at the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. Bring your questions and prepare to receive insight on the latest rulemakings, new initiatives and priorities underway at the Bureau.
Wednesday March 20 8:40 AM - 9:35 AM Room 209A
Kevin Bertsch, Associate Director, Division of Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Doreen Eberley, Director, Division of Risk Management Supervision, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Troy Thornton, Deputy Comptroller, Southern District, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Are you ready for the next visit from the examiners? Senior banking agency representatives bring you up to date on the latest issues concerning bank regulation and supervision, including capital requirements under liquidity management, call reporting, LIBOR and SOFR, CRE concentrations, transactions with affiliates, managing third party relationships and more.
Lessons Learned From Recent Disasters and Business Interruptions
Monday March 18 1:40 PM - 2:35 PM Room 209B
Scott Teel, Sr. Director of Corporate Communications, Agility Recovery
Don’t miss this analysis of recent major events that caused business interruptions including record-breaking wildfires, terrorism, and the epic hurricanes of 2017. Receive actionable ideas and best practices that can increase your community bank’s resilience in the face of threats.
Leverage ERM to Manage Disruption and Risk
Wednesday March 20 7:30 AM - 8:25 AM Room 208A
Michael Carpenter, Risk Solutions Architect, Ncontracts
Learn how to factor external circumstances into your enterprise risk management model, such as identifying key assumptions and risks and implementing controls on these market assumptions. Review actual case studies to learn how your bank can get more from its enterprise risk management programs to create better results.
Compliance Siesta Time? Not a Chance!
Thursday March 21 7:30 AM - 8:25 AM Room 205A
Barbara Boccia, Sr. Director, Advisory Services & Regulatory Relations, Wolters Kluwer
With recent regulatory overhauls, it’s not surprising that internal compliance officers are not getting any siesta time. Compliance officers are doing more with less and are struggling to keep pace. Learn how to adapt your compliance culture and soft skills to maintain a robust focus on your compliance management efforts and keep on top of your regulatory obligations.
Banking in the Niches: Cannabis, Money Service Businesses and More
Wednesday March 20 1:00 PM - 1:55 PM Room 208A
Heather Archer Estep, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth
How should you handle banking customers perceived as high risk, but can offer strategic loan and deposit relationships along with significant fee income? See an overview of banking with these niche customers and the requisite risk-management systems to survive regulatory scrutiny.
HMDA: Strategies for “Getting it Right” in the Digital Age
Wednesday March 20 1:00 PM - 1:55 PM Room 204
Miles Daniel, Managing Principal, Capco
Robert Cardwell, Managing Principal, Capco
Review the origins of HMDA and find out how recent HMDA Rule changes affect your bank's data collection and reporting. Learn about new, digital solutions that can help your bank keep up with increased data entry requirements to ensure that your data is always accurately prepared.