January 23, 2012 l Vol. 4, No. 1
ABA’s Mutual Community Bankers Conference to be held March 18-19 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC will give bankers an opportunity to learn more about the key issues confronting them.
Topics include examination trends, interest rate risk requirements, enterprise risk management, capital and liquidity planning and corporate governance – all with a focus on what mutual bankers need to know.
Bankers will also hear federal and state regulators give their outlook on mutual institutions.
Speakers include Jennifer Kelly, Senior Deputy Comptroller for Midsize/Community Banks, OCC; James Watkins, Deputy Director, Supervisory Examinations, FDIC; and Ronald Wilbur, New Hampshire’s Banking Commissioner.
Scott Polakoff, Executive Managing Director of FinPro, Inc., will discuss mutual community bank business models and performance.
Registration is free.
Register here for the ABA Mutual Community Bank Conference.
Mutual bankers will also receive free registration for ABA’s Government Relations Summit, March 19-21st.
Key congressional and regulatory agency leaders will participate.
Political insiders scheduled to speak to the GR Summit include Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner and MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews.
are encouraged to bring their directors, senior management and other staff
members so they can join you on visits to tell your members of Congress that
in troubled times, banks are part of the solution.
ABA Outlines 2012’s Top 10 Mortgage-Reform Issues
ABA has developed a three-page outline on 2012’s top 10 mortgage-reform issues. The outline -- designed to prepare members for the challenges ahead -- contains comprehensive updates on each issue, along with links to the proposals, ABA’s comments and banker resources.
For more information, contact ABA's Bob Davis.
Dodd-Frank Act Guide for Bank CEOs
ABA is publishing a guide to the Dodd-Frank Act that has been prepared especially for CEOs. Called “Dodd-Frank and Community Banks,” it is a guide to 12 critical issues that will be acted on during 2012, including the OTS merger into the OCC, and Savings & Loan and Mutual Holding companies.
The booklet, which is to be mailed to your bank in early February, is intended to help community bankers prepare for and respond to rulemakings that could have a significant impact on your institution.
Bankers can learn what to watch out for and what matters – and how to get involved to influence the outcome.
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