11:00 am Eastern | 10:00 am Central | 9:00 am Mountain | 8:00 am PacificThe regulators know that eventually the economy will slip into a recession. For two years now, they have been internally considering what to do and how to prepare the industry. Recent examinations have focused on enhancing existing stress testing, allowance Q factors, core earnings, potential asset quality, and capital planning and risk identification and management. These newer topics go with the old standbys of concentration risk, third-party asset originations and credit administration. This presentation will discuss what is happening behind the curtains at the regulatory agencies, what are their newer areas of concern and how to preempt them. The presentation will also revisit the lessons learned from the last downturn.