Take a Seat at the Roundtable

Sunday, March 8

Large Community Bank Roundtable

Sunday, March 8 // 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
2 CPE Credits 
By Invitation Only

Share your perspective and gain new ideas during this roundtable discussion that will focus on talent, technology and growth. How is your bank finding and recruiting the next generation of talent? Do you have a digital strategy for customer acquisition, service and retention? Are you concerned about losing that community bank “feel” as you grow? Mika Moser, president of Bank Director, will moderate the roundtable discussion and provide her insights on trends and challenges facing bank executives and directors.

Contact Ron Haynie for more information.

Marketing Madness Roundtable

Sunday, March 8 // 10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.
1 CPE Credit

What are the key marketing issues keeping your community bank from advancing in 2020 and beyond? Swimming in a mountain of data with no clear path forward? Searching for ways to stand out from competitors? Do you want a social presence that creates a lasting and positive impact for your bank? Join us for a facilitated roundtable discussion where we will discuss these topics and more with community bank peers and marketing experts.

Future of Payments Panel

Sunday, March 8 // 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
1 CPE Credit

Immerse yourself in the future of payments! Payments was a hot topic in 2019 and will become more central to the success of community banks over the next decade. Hear from leading experts in the payments industry as they discuss payments trends, innovations, and their impact on community banks. During this interactive session, we invite you to engage, ask questions, and yield actionable insights to strengthen your payments strategy.

NextGen Banker Roundtable

Sunday, March 8 // 11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. 
1 CPE Credit

A roundtable designed specifically for the next generation of community bank leadership. The discussion will cover leadership, technology, compliance and more. Connect with your peers and learn how others are addressing the same issues and challenges you face.

ICBA ThinkTECH Showcase: A Rapid-Paced Showcase of Innovative Solutions 

Sunday, March 8 // 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
2 CPE Credits

Watch the demos of the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator finalists in this engaging session and see the exciting new technologies available to community banks. The stakes are high as ICBA is investing in each finalist through the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator, in partnership with The Venture Center of Little Rock, Ark.

The Accelerator provides an outlet for community banks to directly engage and partner with early stage fintech companies that focus exclusively on product development tailored for community banks

Monday, March 9

Engage with the Experts Roundtable

Monday, March 9 // 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. 
1.5 CPE Credits
Closed to media and vendors

Weigh-in on the future of community banking  by participating in roundtable discussions with peers whose banks are of similar asset size. Industry experts will moderate these roundtable discussions. Take advantage of this opportunity to engage with your peers to examine today’s issues and find solutions to problems unique to your bank’s size

Mutual and Thrift Roundtable

Monday, March 9 // 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
1.5 CPE Credits
Closed to media and vendors

A roundtable discussion of the unique issues concerning mutual and thrift institutions, including legislation that was recently passed in Congress that could impact these institutions. Various corporate governance and depositor issues concerning mutual and thrift institutions will also be discussed.

Tuesday, March 10

What If Trump Negotiated Your Next Core IT Deal?

Lunch and Learn sponsored by: Paladin fs
Tuesday, March 10 // 11:40 a.m.  

Don't miss this banker-only Lunch & Learn session, where in an apolitical, non-partisan and entertaining presentation we’ll examine a scenario where POTUS is leading negotiations with core and IT suppliers. Lead by Paladin's Aaron Silva, you’ll learn why core and IT suppliers’ contracts are one-sided and overpriced. Find out where you can access market intelligence and pricing data before your next renewal to obtain a fair, balanced and reciprocal trade agreement.

Core IT contracts are one of the most complex, expensive and troubling business issues faced by every Bank in the United States.  Learn strategies and tactics for maximizing cost reduction and improving contract language that helps you avoid #FakeDeals#FakeIncentives and #BadTerms embedded carefully by all suppliers deep in your current and future Core IT contracts.  

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