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The CFO Forum tackles the top issues CFOs face today, including emerging tax and accounting strategies, CECL implementation, deposit funding sources, risk management, cybersecurity and much more.
Be prepared to build your CFO network with plenty of networking opportunities and peer-to-peer collaboration throughout the event. High-performing banks include their CFO as a critical strategic business partner across the financial institution. Such evolution has encouraged the transformation of the CFO from solely traditional tax functions to now include analysis of big data, technology systems, and efficiency strategies.
Early Bird Price (Ends July 26, 2024): $695
ICBA Members: $795
BDP ICBA Member: $495
BDP ICBA Non-Member: $595
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40 W Jackson Pl
Indianapolis, IN 46225
You can use the reservation link below or call Central Reservations line at 1-800-843-6664 and reference the ICBA CFO Forum Room Block. Please note that the cutoff date for your block is August 5, 2024.
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Who should attend: CFOs, Controllers, Cashiers and other accounting professionals, as well as Presidents, CEOs, and Directors
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of the CFO role in banking today
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Live
CPE Credit Hours: 13.5
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As such, The Independent Community Bankers of America (“ICBA” or the “Association”) has adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment.
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