FDIC Directors/Trustees College

FDIC Directors/Trustees College

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
DoubleTree Monroeville
101 Mall Blvd, Monroeville, PA.

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SEMINAR AGENDA

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
1:30pm: Adjournment


 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

PACB is excited to once again work with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to provide the Directors and Trustees College. The format for 2018 includes breakout modules, and a large-group case study. The program will conclude with a luncheon and economic update. This session 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.


 

2018 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.

Staying Ahead of Cybersecurity
This case-based session will take you through a cybersecurity related event. Participants will work through developing a response plan, identifying missteps that contributed to the vulnerability, and determining steps to lessen the likelihood of similar events. With the Director’s perspective in mind, the session will also include discussions of IT oversight challenges and emerging IT risks.

Emerging Credit Risk
This session will discuss emerging credit risk trends to assist you in identifying potential and existing commercial real estate and loan participation risks within your institution. The session will include a case study that reinforces the importance of understanding real estate markets and submarkets, analyzing rent rolls, and identifying concerns with non-recourse lending.

Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering
This session will cover a number of BSA/AML risk areas and “hot topics” including guidance to banks regarding marijuana related businesses, beneficial ownership rules, and suspicious activity monitoring and reporting. The session will also include common BSA/AML report findings from community bank examinations and tips for reviewing the adequacy of your BSA program.

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, examination reports, and effective strategies to monitor bank performance.


 

LARGE GROUP CASE STUDY

Strategic Decisions and the Effect on CRA and Fair Lending
Directors must make strategic decisions for their institutions. These decisions are not made singularly, and they impact many areas of the bank. Our case study discussion will focus on how strategic decisions may affect CRA and Fair lending and what type of information Directors need to know and questions they should be asking.


 

LODGING

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.