SEVEN EXPERTS WHO KNOW COMMUNITY BANKING
In this one-day seminar, bank directors and executive community bank leadership from across the country will converge to gain new perspectives on corporate board governance and acquire the skills and knowledge needed to promote long-term institutional value.
Risk and credit management in today’s environment
Human capital strategies for attracting and retaining staff
Fintech partnership strategies
Who Should Attend:
Current and incoming bank directors
Community bank executive leadership (Chairmen, CEOs, CFOs, and COOs)
Continuing Profession Education:
Earn 5.5 CPE credits for attending the entire seminar.
Banks enrolled in the ICBA Bank Director Program: $199
Banks not enrolled in the ICBA Bank Director Program $249
Learn more about the Bank Director Program.
How To Register
To attend the Annual Bank Director Current Issues Seminar on Sunday, March 12, you must be fully registered to attend ICBA LIVE.
Register now or call 800-422-7285 and ask to speak with a member of the ICBA Events Team. Lunch is included with your registration.
Schedule at a Glance
Sunday, March 12, 2023
Presented by Peter Weinstock, Hunton Andrews Kurth
Banks are challenged to address the acceleration of digital banking and growth of online commerce, shift to remote work, and the decline in workforce participation rates that are the legacy of Covid. Such problems, however, are compounded by inflation, unrealized AOCI losses, quantitative tightening, liquidity outflows, and the first hints of credit risk. Get ready to discuss the roles and responsibilities of community bank directors in this context and what issues to consider.
Presented by Will Richens, Stifel
Interest rate and liquidity risk are two of the largest, yet least understood, risks of the bank. Discuss how these risks arise, measurement techniques, standards for monitoring, and mitigation steps. Learn how to prepare for likely hot topics on upcoming regulatory examinations.
Presented by Heather Archer Eastep, Hunton Andrews Kurth
Banks partner with FinTechs in multiple ways. Review key lessons learned from banks (sometimes the hard way) in complying with regulatory expectations when doing so, including the board’s role in oversight of FinTech relationships.
Presented by Tim McFarland, Clifton Larson Allen
Data breaches and ransomware make the headlines and for good reason: Hackers continue to get bolder every day in their attacks. Is your bank ready? Review the latest trends and what they mean to your organization. Learn the latest business processes and management techniques to put your organization on better footing against the current cyber threat landscape.
Presented by Brad Stevens, Stevens Risk Management
As the economy sputters, many banks will look to sacrifice credit quality to maintain growth in an environment of increasing risk. This is the time to make sure that managing credit risk, maintaining the current credit culture and adherence to your core corporate credit priorities is paramount in your approach to both current client management as well as new prospect development.
Presented by Anne Balcer, ICBA
Hear ICBA's senior executive vice president and chief of government relations and public policy address the latest regulatory and congressional activity.
Presented by Alan Kaplan, Kaplan Partners
As the talent landscape continues to shift and workforce expectations evolve, bank boards and leaders are more challenged than ever to attract and retain top performers. Learn what’s on the minds of today’s workers and whether it measures up to your employment brand. Now more than ever, bank boards can benefit from a fresh perspective on human capital strategy.