Regulators' Changing Views on Bank Boards of Directors and Governance

Aired: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Corporate governance is evolving and is increasingly relevant to complying with regulatory requirements, managing risk, and creating a foundation for a bank's success. The Federal Reserve Board has released proposed supervisory expectations for banks and boards of directors, which give hope that regulators will accept a return to the core mission of bank directors, rather than the post-crisis narrow focus on compliance issues.

This 90-minute recording discusses recent and emerging trends in corporate governance and how banks can alter their governance structure in a way that better manages risk and positions the bank for future growth. Bankers can be proactive and use the Federal Reserve's stated new approach in current examinations. Get your questions answered!

This recording focuses on:

  • Understanding the duties of care, loyalty, disclosure and confidentiality
  • The recent trends in bank corporate governance
  • Are these trends productive or counterproductive and how can they be incorporated into a bank's existing governance structure?
  • How can bankers make use of this information in exams today?
  • The importance of board composition and succession to the future of the enterprise
  • How the banking agencies are challenging traditional concepts of fiduciary duty and the potential impact on director and officer liability and recruitment

Speakers:

  • Hu Benton, Vice President, Banking Policy, American Bankers Association (moderator)
  • Matthew Dyckman, Counsel, Goodwin
  • Samantha Kirby, Partner, Goodwin
 
 

 Continuing Education Credits

 
ABA Professional Certifications has approved for 2.0 CRCM continuing education credits for the live program and the recording.

CPE logoRecordings are not eligible for CPE credits.

American Bankers Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Questions? Please contact Linda Shepard / Cari Hearn for more information.
 

 Pricing & Purchasing

 

Streaming Online Recording
ABA Member • $235
Non-Member • $365

 

 Who Should Attend

 
  • Chief Credit Officers
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Internal Audit Managers
  • Corporate Secretaries
  • Chief Legal Officers/Internal Counsel
  • Bank Audit Committee Members
  • Bank Board Members
 

 Related Briefings

 
 

 About ABA Briefings