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Idaho, Nevada, Oregon & Washington Bankers Associations' Annual Convention
Join us to listen and lend your voice, strengthening the perspective and impact from banks that are leading our economy and communities.
Bank CEOs and presidents | CFOs, COOs and Directors | EVPs, SVPs and VPs | Managing Directors | Bank Counsel | Partners | Emerging Leaders from Idaho, Nevada Oregon and Washington
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The Nevada Bankers Association's Community Bankers Workshop is a one-day, interactive program, put on by the FDIC and designed to help bank executives and mid-level officers, both new and experienced, stay abreast of the ever-changing business, economic, and regulatory environment.
The workshop will be led by seasoned risk management and compliance field examiners and supervisors from the San Francisco Region. This year, the workshop will emphasize cybersecurity, technology innovations, and various lessons learned from the pandemic. We will also cover other topics as noted below. The workshop will also include a local economic update presented by the FDIC’s Division of Insurance and Research.
Compliance/CRA Hot Topics: Consumer Protection and Compliance.
This session will include important areas and hot topics such as the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) Section 8, Flood Insurance regulations, Third Party considerations; how to appropriately manage your Compliance Management System (CMS); and the latest in the area of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Target Audience: Compliance Officers
Cybersecurity Overview and Ransomware Tabletop Exercise: This session will cover current trends in cybersecurity, including emerging threats and cyber-crime/fraud statistics. The session will also cover industry preparedness and best practices for financial institutions, as well as highlighting the importance of business continuity efforts in relation to cybersecurity events. The final portion of the session will include a tabletop exercise focusing on a mock ransomware incident at a bank and the different roles and responsibilities of directors, officers, and IT personnel. Target Audience: Directors, Officers, IT Managers
Deploying Excess Capital and Liquidity – Risks and Rewards: Many banks in the San Francisco Region find themselves with ample capital and liquidity and are looking for ways to deploy those resources. We will explore the appropriate corporate governance surrounding entering into new business lines, including regulatory expectations. We will also discuss industry trends. Target Audience: Directors and Officers Innovation: Risk Management and Consumer Protection Considerations Related to Emerging Technologies: This session will focus on innovation and some of the key risk management and consumer protection considerations that should be taken into account when implementing new or growing technologies, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, alternative data, crypto/digital assets, real-time payments, and Fintech partnerships. Target Audience: Officers, IT Managers, Compliance Officers
IT Lessons Learned from the Pandemic – COVID Morphed Over Time, Did You?: This session will be interactive and include presentation elements and discussion topics from participants on the IT lessons learned from the pandemic. Key topics will include such items as the importance of business continuity preparation and tests; balancing security and operations in a rapidly changing/evolving environment; implementing perimeter security with an ever-expanding perimeter; best practices for accessing, transmitting, and storing data remotely; and the recently issued FFIEC guidance on authentication. Target Audience: Directors, Officers, IT Managers
Who Should Attend? Bank directors, executives, IT managers, and mid-level bank officers. In particular compliance and IT officers may be interested in the program. Please consult the agenda for specific topics offered at the workshop.
Registration Form: coming soon
October 25-26, 2022
Las Vegas | NV
Details coming soon
Thank you for making our inaugural event a success. Check back for information on our 2023 Nevada Trust Conference offered LIVE in Las Vegas. April 24-26, 2022