Wednesday, October 23, 2019
101 Mall Boulevard, Monroeville, PA 17033
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PACB is excited to once again work with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to provide the Directors and Trustees College. The format for 2019 includes breakout modules, and a large-group case study. The program will conclude with a luncheon and economic update. This program is designed to provide continuing education to bank executives, directors and trustees on current and relevant topics and various elements of bank supervision.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is designed for CEOs, inside directors/trustees, and outside directors/trustees.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
Attendees of this course are eligible for up to 4 hours of CPE. PACB is an approved provider of continuing education by the PA State Board of Accountancy.
8:15am: Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:45am: Welcome/Opening Remarks
8:55am: Agenda Overview, FDIC Facilitator
9:00am: FDIC Opening Remarks
9:15am: Breakout Module #1
10:15am: Refreshment Break
10:30am: Breakout Module #2
11:30am: Case Study, FDIC Facilitator
12:30pm: Networking Luncheon & Economic Update
LARGE GROUP CASE STUDY
Assessing Fintech Strategies
Fintech company partnerships provide many opportunities, such as quick underwriting, growth, and efficiencies. Markets are dictating that directors make strategic decisions whether or not to partner with fintech companies. This interactive case study will present a fintech market opportunity for the participants to assess and includes a discussion of corporate governance and strategic implications.
2019 BREAKOUT MODULES
Conversation with the Regulators
This session will provide an informal setting for participants to hear what is on regulators’ minds and to share experience and insights as a community bank board member. Members of the FDIC regional management team will highlight emerging issues, answer participant questions, and discuss topics raised by participants. The session structure will include prepared remarks as well as an open forum for questions and discussion.
Liquidity Management – Is Your Bank’s Oversight Program Appropriate?
Hear about recent trends in funding structures and associated implications for community banks. Key areas directors should be considering in oversight and policies will also be discussed. We will talk about funding concentrations, current regulations regarding brokered deposits, and funding stability. We will also provide an overview of liquidity measurement and monitoring expectations and discuss risk factors impacting your bank’s oversight needs.
CRE Stress Scenario Analysis – Understanding the Results
Attendees will learn the importance of CRE analysis as a risk management tool to assist the board in assessing current and potential risks within the loan portfolio, establishing minimum capital levels, addressing risk appetite, and setting appropriate product lending limits. The session will walk through a CRE stress scenario, which will show how data inputs, assumptions, and severity of scenarios can influence results.
Audit Committee Oversight
Learn about the fundamental elements of effective audit program governance and the audit committee’s critical oversight roles and responsibilities. The session will also cover common examination findings and include an audit committee meeting exercise to reinforce the underlying concepts.
Guidance for New Directors
This session will focus on fundamental board governance issues and is designed for Directors with less than five years’ experience. In addition to discussing participant questions, the session will cover Directors’ roles and responsibilities, the examination process, and effective strategies to monitor bank performance.
The PACB has reserved a block of rooms for this seminar. To make your reservations, please call the DoubleTree Monroeville directly at 412-373-7300 and mention the PA Association of Community Bankers to receive the special group rate.