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2024 Program

All times in PT. This program is subject to change.

  • Mon, Jun 10

  • Tues, Jun 11

  • Wed, Jun 12

  • Thu, Jun 13

  • Fri, Jun 14

Mon, Jun 10

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Early Registration Open

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

New Attendee Welcome

More fun than lecture, stop by our meet and greet to get to know fellow attendees and to get tips on maximizing your conference experience. If you have never attended a former Compliance Conference or Risk Conference – this gathering is for you!

Note: This is not a CE-Credited Session.

Speaker:

  • Maureen Carollo, CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Attendee Mix and Mingle

Stop by to pick up your badge and a chance to meet fellow attendees. New attendees will join you after their exclusive welcome session.

Tues, Jun 11

7:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Registration Open

7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Welcome Continental Breakfast
– in the Foyer

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

GENERAL SESSION

Keynote Address - Industry Update for Risk and Compliance

There is a lot going on for risk and compliance officers and we are pleased to open our conference with ABA’s President and CEO, Rob Nichols who will provide a critical industry update. He will then invite two of ABA’s leaders in risk and compliance to dig deeper into the risk and compliance issues you care about. You will walk away with a deeper understanding of the regulatory and supervisory landscape and the critical issues you need to monitor going forward.

Speakers:

  • Rob Nichols, President and CEO, American Bankers Association
  • Hugh Carney, Executive Vice President, Financial Institution Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management, American Bankers Association
  • Ginny O’Neill, Executive Vice President, Compliance and Policy

10:00 AM – 10:15 AM

Break

10:15 AM – 11:00 AM

CONCURRENT SERIES 1

1A: Optimizing Testing: Addressing Resources, Trends and Efficiency Strategies
Repeated in 2A

Optimize your bank's defense testing with dynamic calendars adapting to hot topics, regulatory changes, and business issues. Learn to reduce test duplication through standardized reliance and leverage automation for streamlined processes and real-time insights. Join our session to enhance testing efficiency in risk management. For advanced insights, attend our 90-minute Learning Lab.

1B: Board Reporting 2024: Shifting from Metrics to Messaging 
Repeated in 2B

In today’s turbulent environment, the demands on Boards have never been higher, but the answer isn’t to pile on more reports.  This is an example where less is more.  To be effective board reporting needs to shift from reporting information to providing insight, which means the materials need to focus on the message rather than the metrics.  In this session, we'll explore moving beyond KPIs and KRIs to help you craft a narrative that offers the Board a holistic understanding of risk, allowing them to focus on informed decision-making and more thorough oversight.

Speakers:

  • Krysti Cunningham, CRCM, CERP, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Security National Bank
  • Bill Tucker, CRCM, CAFP, CERP, CIA, Chief Compliance Officer, Cornerstone Capital Bank

1C: CRA: An Executive Overview
Repeated in 2C

This session is a high-level overview of the new rule for both risk and compliance professionals who do not have direct responsibility for CRA, but who will be engaged in discussions about bank risk and strategy surrounding CRA implementation.

Speaker:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association

1D: The 3 C’s to Improve the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Your Governance Practices
Repeated in 2D

Just when you think your governance structure is functioning well, new pressures and tensions come into play causing you to readjust your overall governance practices. Join us as we provide a new way of reviewing your governance practices through the 3-C’s: Communication, Collaboration and Compromise! You’ll leave with new ideas to refocus your governance practices, especially in terms of your lines of defense.

Speaker:

  • Charles Corbezzolo  CRCM, CERP | AMCB 1B – Governance and Application Controls, TD Bank

1E: Check Up on Your Data Governance to Avoid New Risks: Do you Know the Downstream Impacts?
Repeated in 2E

1F: Creative Methods to Obtain Deposits: What Risks are We Taking On 
Repeated in 2F

As banks continue to evolve their customer outreach to attract deposits, are they considering the full range of risk beyond compliance? Join us as we discuss a few new customer relationships banks are pursuing and the associated risks. You will walk away with ideas on how to analyze new customer risks of a variety of customer and deposit classes such as gaming, cannabis and brokered deposits.

1G: Surfin’ the Waves of Change in Payments
Repeated in 2G

Join us in a discussion on recent and anticipated regulatory actions and their impacts in the payments space, including some that may have been overlooked. This session will focus on reviewing actions spanning from Rule 1071 and Rule 370 to proposed Rules 1033 to Overdraft. The information provided will assist with you keeping your head above water in this rapidly evolving space.

Moderator:

  • Scott H Pope, CRCM, Senior Vice President, Payments CRO Risk and Compliance Senior Manager - Consumer and Small Business Payments, U.S. Bank

Speaker:

  • Rob Wilcox, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First National Bank of Omaha

1H: Marketing Compliance: New Era = New Risks
Repeated in 2H

From algorithms to AI to distribution channels – the current era of digital marketing carries a lot of risks along with the rewards. We’ll provide specific hazards and help you understand how your ads are being distributed and ways to ensure that unintended consequences do not arise.

Speakers:

  • Heather Schaefer, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First Financial Bank, NA
  • Kelly Schlitz, Chief Compliance Officer, Banner Bank

1I: Leading Practices in Managing Appraisal Bias
Repeated in 2I

Regulators are increasingly focused on discrimination issues in the real estate appraisal arena, from ROVs to AMVs and everything in between. As we wait for the final guidance on several key issues, tune into this panel discussion to find out what industry leaders are doing right now in successfully managing appraisal compliance and potential bias.

Speakers:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank
  • Sharon L Whitaker, Vice President, CRE & Mortgage Finance, American Bankers Association

1J: Navigating Through the Sea of Hot Topics in Mortgage Servicing
Repeated in 2J

From auto loan and consumer loan to mortgage servicing, the regulators are focused on ensuring borrowers are not harmed during the entire life of these products. Hear from seasoned industry experts on the compliance and risk challenges they are facing today and what they predict they will be facing in the future and what you can do to prepare for these rough waters. 

Moderator:

  • Lynn Tarantino, CRCM, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Quality and Control Officer, Cenlar

Speakers:

  • Reggie Branch, Senior Director, Indirect Lending, Arvest Bank
  • Anoush Garakani, Partner, Alston and Bird
  • Ingrid Jasnok, Senior Vice President, Default Operations, Cenlar

11:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Break

11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 2

2A: Optimizing Testing: Addressing Resources, Trends and Efficiency Strategies
Repeated from 1A

Optimize your bank's defense testing with dynamic calendars adapting to hot topics, regulatory changes, and business issues. Learn to reduce test duplication through standardized reliance and leverage automation for streamlined processes and real-time insights. Join our session to enhance testing efficiency in risk management. For advanced insights, attend our 90-minute Learning Lab.

2B: Board Reporting 2024: Shifting from Metrics to Messaging
Repeated from 1B

In today’s turbulent environment, the demands on Boards have never been higher, but the answer isn’t to pile on more reports. This is an example where less is more. To be effective board reporting needs to shift from reporting information to providing insight, which means the materials need to focus on the message rather than the metrics. In this session, we'll explore moving beyond KPIs and KRIs to help you craft a narrative that offers the Board a holistic understanding of risk, allowing them to focus on informed decision-making and more thorough oversight. 

Speakers:

  • Krysti Cunningham, CRCM, CERP, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Security National Bank
  • Bill Tucker, CRCM, CAFP, CERP, CIA, Chief Compliance Officer, Cornerstone Capital Bank

2C: CRA: An Executive Overview
Repeated from 1C

This session is a high-level overview of the new rule for both risk and compliance professionals who do not have direct responsibility for CRA, but who will be engaged in discussions about bank risk and strategy surrounding CRA implementation.

Speaker:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association

2D: The 3 C’s to Improve the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Your Governance Practices
Repeated from 1D

Just when you think your governance structure is functioning well, new pressures and tensions come into play causing you to readjust your overall governance practices. Join us as we provide a new way of reviewing your governance practices through the 3-C’s: Communication, Collaboration and Compromise! You’ll leave with new ideas to refocus your governance practices, especially in terms of your lines of defense.

Speaker:

  • Charles Corbezzolo, CRCM, CERP | AMCB 1B – Governance and Application Controls, TD Bank

2E: Check Up on Your Data Governance to Avoid New Risks: Do you Know the Downstream Impacts?
Repeated from 1E

2F: Creative Methods to Obtain Deposits: What Risks are We Taking On?
Repeated from 1F

As banks continue to evolve their customer outreach to attract deposits, are they considering the full range of risk beyond compliance? Join us as we discuss a few new customer relationships banks are pursuing and the associated risks. You will walk away with ideas on how to analyze new customer risks of a variety of customer and deposit classes such as gaming, cannabis and brokered deposits.

2G: Surfin’ the Waves of Change in Payments
Repeated from 1G

Join us in a discussion of recent and anticipated regulatory actions and their impacts in the payments space, including some that may have been overlooked. This session will focus on reviewing actions spanning from Rule 1071 and Rule 370 to proposed Rules 1033 to Overdraft. The information provided will assist with you keeping your head above water in this rapidly evolving space.

Moderator:

  • Scott H Pope, CRCM, Senior Vice President, Payments CRO Risk and Compliance Senior Manager - Consumer and Small Business Payments, U.S. Bank

Speaker:

  • Rob Wilcox, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First National Bank of Omaha

2H: Marketing Compliance: New Era = New Risks
Repeated from 1H

From algorithms to AI to distribution channels – the current era of digital marketing carries a lot of risks along with the rewards. We’ll provide specific hazards and help you understand how your ads are being distributed and ways to ensure that unintended consequences do not arise.

Speakers:

  • Heather Schaefer, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First Financial Bank, NA
  • Kelly Schlitz, Chief Compliance Officer, Banner Bank

2I: Leading Practices in Managing Appraisal Bias
Repeated from 1I

Regulators are increasingly focused on discrimination issues in the real estate appraisal arena, from ROVs to AMVs and everything in between. As we wait for the final guidance on several key issues, tune into this panel discussion to find out what industry leaders are doing right now in successfully managing appraisal compliance and potential bias.

Speakers:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank
  • Sharon L Whitaker, Vice President, CRE & Mortgage Finance, American Bankers Association

2J: Navigating Through the Sea of Hot Topics in Mortgage Servicing  
Repeated from 1J

From auto loan and consumer loan to mortgage servicing, the regulators are focused on ensuring borrowers are not harmed during the entire life of these products. Hear from seasoned industry experts on the compliance and risk challenges they are facing today and what they predict they will be facing in the future and what you can do to prepare for these rough waters. 

Moderator:

  • Lynn Tarantino, CRCM, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Quality and Control Officer, Cenlar

Speakers:

  • Reggie Branch, Senior Director, Indirect Lending, Arvest Bank
  • Anoush Garakani, Partner, Alston and Bird
  • Ingrid Jaschok, Senior Vice President, Default Operations, Cenlar

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Innovation Showcase Luncheon

It’s lunch and a show – a solutions show! Enjoy your conference-provided lunch while listening to the latest risk and compliance innovations. Five-minute solution-pitches provide you with a glimpse of the future!

We are pleased to bring you presentations from:

  • BRG
  • Mitratech
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC)
  • Resolver
  • Summit Technology Group / Lenders Cooperative
  • Venminder
  • American Bankers Association Membership

1:30 PM – 1:45 PM

Break

1:45 PM – 2:30 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 3

3A: Improving Your Exam Management Program
Repeated in 4A

3B: Reviewing Your Product and Change Management Program for Effectiveness
Repeated in 4B

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Aaron Rykowski, CRCM, Executive Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, WesBanco Bank, Inc.

Speakers:

  • Constandino (Dino) Papagiannis, Director, Enterprise Change Management & 1st Line Ops Risk, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Operations, New York Community Bank, a division of Flagstar Bank, N.A.
  • Tyler S. Surman, CERP, Assistant Vice President, RPS CRO Agile Risk Lead, US Bank

3C: Adapting Your Third-Party Risk Management Program to New FinTech Risks
Repeated in 4C

There’s a full range of considerations and concerns regarding FinTech Third Party risks. We’ll provide a roadmap to managing the risk including providing: questions you should ask; understanding middleware; oversight of non-bank entities and more.

Speakers:

  • Jennifer Wilkinson, Vice President, Third Party Risk Management, Cenlar FSB
  • Salvatore (Sal) Zerilli, CPA, CAMS | Managing Director, Mercadien

3D: Evaluation of the Risks of Artificial Intelligence
Repeated in 4D

We are deep enough into the AI conversation to begin talking about how to assess AI risks. From data integrity, technological glitches, security snags, misbehaving models, staff misuse, violations of privacy rights, discriminatory outcomes, and damage to the bank’s reputation, the list is long. This session will consider how to inventory and assess AI risks as you begin to prepare your policies and procedures to mitigate the risks. Experts will also discuss the infrastructure, data governance and monitoring needed to ensure that the AI solution remains reliable and appropriate for the intended use.

3E: Asset Liability Management – Part 1: A New Era for Asset / Liability Management
Repeated in 4E

Our two part look at Asset Liability Management begins with this session where we will review changing liquidity risk management expectations, especially regulatory expectations. We will explore how banks are stress testing earnings, capital, rate risk exposure and liquidity against new scenarios to manage their banks’ balance sheets.

Speaker:

  • John A. Vivian, Managing Director, Patomak Global Partners

3F: Improving the Performance of Your Enterprise Risk Management Framework
Repeated in 4F

While the ERM framework has been around for a while, bankers are still working through issues to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. Join us for a conversation sharing potential answers to some of the common obstacles risk officers face, including breaking down silos, managing multiple risk types within the ERM framework, and how to include and measure operational risks, strategic risks and reputation risk.

Moderator:

  • Cara Williams, CERP, CRCM, CCEP-I, Independent Consultant

Speaker:

  • Stephanie Boryla, CERP, MBA, Senior Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management Administration, Arvest Bank

3G: UDAAP – The New, The Old and Everything In-between
Repeated in 4G

Moderators:

  • Heather C. Schaefer CRCM, JD, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First Financial Bank, NA
  • Carl Pry, Managing Director, Treliant

3H: Hot Topics In RESPA
Repeated in 4H

It is really important to keep up to date with not only new regulations, but changes in enforcement of older regulations. This session will provide a quick review of new concerns including marketing, relationships with realtors, website advertising and more. We’ll cover current enforcement or litigation concerns and provide you with an effective compliance strategy going forward.

Moderators:

  • Elizabeth (Betsy) Fredrickson, CRCM, Compliance Director, Wells Fargo Bank NA
  • Rod Alba, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Finance-Mortgage, American Bankers Association

3I: The New Retail Lending CRA Test – An Initial Dive
Repeated in 4I

With 100 pages of the new CRA rule devoted just to tests, comparators, benchmarks and more, there is no way we can cover everything at RCC.  However, in this session, we’ll start an initial conversation using a case study on the retail test to provide bankers with some ideas on how they may want to consider the calculations and reporting. 

Note: ABA will continue to have ongoing education and information sessions throughout the year – RCC attendees will be notified when more learning opportunities will be planned.

Speakers:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association
  • Renee Huffaker, CRCM, Chief Compliance Officer, Arvest Bank 

2:30 PM – 2:45 PM

Break

2:45 PM – 3:30 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 4

4A: Improving Your Exam Management Program
Repeated from 3A

4B: Reviewing Your Product and Change Management Program for Effectiveness
Repeated from 3B

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Aaron Rykowski, CRCM, Executive Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, WesBanco Bank, Inc.

Speakers:

  • Constandino (Dino) Papagiannis, Director, Enterprise Change Management & 1st Line Ops Risk, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Operations, New York Community Bank, a division of Flagstar Bank, N.A.
  • Tyler S. Surman, CERP, Assistant Vice President, RPS CRO Agile Risk Lead, US Bank

4C: Adapting Your Third-Party Risk Management Program to New FinTech Risks
Repeated from 3C

There’s a full range of considerations and concerns regarding FinTech Third Party risks. We’ll provide a roadmap to managing the risk including providing: questions you should ask; understanding middleware; oversight of non-bank entities and more.

Moderator:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank

Speakers:

  • Jennifer Wilkinson, Vice President, Third Party Risk Management, Cenlar FSB
  • Salvatore (Sal) Zerilli, CPA, CAMS| Managing Director, Mercadien

4D: Evaluation of the Risks of Artificial Intelligence
Repeated from 3D

We are deep enough into the AI conversation to begin talking about how to assess AI risks. From data integrity, technological glitches, security snags, misbehaving models, staff misuse, violations of privacy rights, discriminatory outcomes, and damage to the bank’s reputation, the list is long. This session will consider how to inventory and assess AI risks as you begin to prepare your policies and procedures to mitigate the risks. Experts will also discuss the infrastructure, data governance and monitoring need to ensure that the AI solution remains reliable and appropriate for the intended use.

4E: Asset Liability Management – Part 1: A New Era for Asset / Liability Management
Repeated from 3E

Our two part look at Asset Liability Management begins with this session where we will review changing liquidity risk management expectations, especially regulatory expectations. We will explore how banks are stress testing earnings, capital, rate risk exposure and liquidity against new scenarios to manage their banks’ balance sheets.

Speaker:

  • John A. Vivian, Managing Director, Patomak Global Partners

4F: Improving the Performance of Your Enterprise Risk Management Framework
Repeated from 3F

While the ERM framework has been around for a while, bankers are still working through issues to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. Join us for a conversation sharing potential answers to some of the common obstacles risk officers face, including breaking down silos, managing multiple risk types within the ERM framework, and how to include and measure operational risks, strategic risks and reputation risk.

Moderator:

  • Cara Williams, CERP, CRCM, CCEP-I, Independent Consultant

Speaker:

  • Stephanie Boryla, CERP, MBA, Senior Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management Administration, Arvest Bank

4G: UDAAP – The New, The Old and Everything In-between
Repeated from 3G

Moderators:

  • Heather C. Schaefer CRCM, JD, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, First Financial Bank, NA
  • Carl Pry, Managing Director, Treliant

4H: Hot Topics In RESPA
Repeated from 3H

It is really important to keep up to date with not only new regulations, but changes in enforcement of older regulations. This session will provide a quick review of new concerns including marketing, relationships with realtors, website advertising and more. We’ll cover current enforcement or litigation concerns and provide you with an effective compliance strategy going forward.

Moderators:

  • Elizabeth (Betsy) Fredrickson, CRCM, Compliance Director, Wells Fargo Bank NA
  • Rod Alba, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Finance-Mortgage, American Bankers Association

4I: The New Retail Lending CRA Test – An Initial Dive
Repeated from 3I

With 100 pages of the new CRA rule devoted just to tests, comparators, benchmarks and more, there is no way we can cover everything at RCC.  However, in this session, we’ll start an initial conversation using a case study on the retail test to provide bankers with some ideas on how they may want to consider the calculations and reporting. 

Note: ABA will continue to have ongoing education and information sessions throughout the year – RCC attendees will be notified when more learning opportunities will be planned.

Speakers:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association
  • Renee Huffaker, CRCM, Chief Compliance Officer, Arvest Bank

3:30 PM – 3:45 PM

Break

3:45 PM – 5:00 PM

GENERAL SESSION 2

Redirecting Your Cybersecurity Threat Focus to Improve Bank-Wide Effectiveness

Cybersecurity threats remains a top risk for banks and despite the ever-present risk assessments to capture emerging risks, there is an urgent need for bankers to step back and redefine how we understand these threats in the context of the entire enterprise. We are honored to have Marsh Advisory’s Head of the Emerging Risks Group, Reid Sawyer, bring a new way of understanding cyber risk in a broader context that will help bankers, no matter their risk or compliance job role, stay on top of evolving cyber risks. First, Reid will provide an essential overview of changing regulatory requirements. He will then move on to provide a roadmap to understanding cyber risk’s impact on the entire bank’s ecosystem and how it intersects with each area of the bank. Finally, he will provide an updated outline of the significant economic value of cyber risk in all areas of the bank. This session is designed for both compliance and risk officers, from all bank sizes.

Keynote Address:

  • Reid Sawyer, Managing Director, Head, Emerging Risks Group, Marsh Advisory

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening Reception in the Hub

Experts Lounge: DSA Winners

Wed, Jun 12

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Registration Open

7:30 AM – 8:15 AM

WEDNESDAY POWER BREAKFAST SESSIONS

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our expert corporate partners for a quick-paced informative session all while enjoying breakfast. Seating is first-come, first-served – no reservations are required. A breakfast buffet will be available from 7:15 am – 7:45 am for attendees attending these sessions.

Power Breakfast 1
Sponsored by: Encapture

Power Breakfast 2
Sponsored by: Wolters Kluwer

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

Coffee and Conversations in the Foyer

Join us for a light breakfast and conversation with your fellow attendees and sponsors.

8:30 AM – 9:45 AM

GENERAL SESSION 3

AI in Risk and Compliance:  What is Here, What is Coming and What May Never Be!

Moderator:

  • Brooke Ybarra, Senior Vice President, Innovation and Strategy, American Bankers Association

Speakers:

  • Todd Conklin, Chief AI Officer and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection, US Department of Treasury
  • Harsh Pandya, Vice President, Product Management, Saifr, Fidelity Investments

9:45 AM – 10:30 AM

Coffee Break in The Hub

10:30 AM – 11:15 AM

CONCURRENT SERIES 5

5A: Building an Effective, Efficient and Interconnected Issues Management Program
Repeated in 6A

Effective interaction among all three lines ensures a comprehensive approach to issues management, with clear responsibilities, oversight, and accountability throughout the organization. Hear from industry experts representing the first line of defense and compliance and risk professionals in the second line of defense on what it takes to build, collaborate, escalate and report between the lines to ensure issues are managed and remediated effectively. 

Moderator:

  • Cara Williams, CERP, CRCM, CCEP-I, Independent Consultant

Speakers:

  • Stephanie Boryla, CERP, MBA, Senior Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management Administration, Arvest Bank
  • Allyson Kiesel, Vice President, Issues Management, Cenlar
  • Shannon Thomason, CRCM, CERP, Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Vice President, Central Bank

5B: CRA: Adapting Your Business Strategy to the New Rule
Repeated in 6B

Join us as we lead a discussion on how banks are beginning to think through how they will alter their current lending strategy to meet new CRA obligations and tests. We will walk through new ideas and questions you need to be asking yourselves as you move into a new era of lending.

Speakers:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association
  • Christopher T. Spellman, CRCM, Senior Vice President, and Corporate Compliance Director, HTLF (Heartland Financial USA, Inc.)

5C: Model Risk Management – For Risk and Compliance: Beyond the Basics
Repeated in 6C

This session is designed to help both risk and compliance professionals, who often use the same models, to take a holistic approach to managing model risk. We’ll help you answer the questions - are the models doing what they are designed to do and is the appropriate information flowing between departments? We’ll discuss model assessment, understanding how model risk flows between risk and compliance; model development documentation, process for passing information flows and assessments between departments, understanding model verification and integrity of the model and more.

Moderator:

  • Ann Marie Tarantino CRCM, CRP, AMLP, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer & Risk Officer, Esquire Bank

Speaker:

  • Mike Guglielmo, Managing, Director, Darling Consulting Group

5D: AML and OFAC Update
Repeated in 6D

Every risk and compliance officer should keep themselves up to date on the latest critical concerns in AML and OFAC especially as it relates to beneficial ownership and OFAC.

Moderator:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank.

Speaker:

  • Heather Trew, Senior Vice President and Counsel, American Bankers Association

5E: Managing Real Estate Climate Risk
Repeated in 6E

The session will focus on the risks facing banks from a number of fronts – regulatory, statutory, as well as from investors, shareholders and elected officials.  Of special focus will be the recently finalized SEC rules, while an improvement over the original proposal, still carry risk in compliance as well as costs for attestation and legal risk over what is deemed material.  For banks doing business across state lines there are also ongoing concerns about state level laws and other actions, like the compliance with California climate disclosure laws that will conflict with – and go far beyond – the SEC requirements.  Added to that mix are concerns about “red” vs. “blue” state approaches, where “red” states may seek to punish banks for taking actions required by “blue” states or determined necessary by investors, customers or their business plans.  This panel will explore these various facets and discuss how banks can successfully navigate the climate minefield.

5F: Concentration Risk
Repeated in 6F

5G: Asset Liability Management – Part 2: Evaluating Deposit Stickiness
Repeated in 6G

Last year’s banking turmoil demonstrated the elevated run-off risk of deposits and underscored the importance of understanding and measuring the stability of your deposits – especially large, uninsured accounts. This session will delve into how bankers are identifying deposit concentrations and segments at greater risk to evaluate their “stickiness.”

Speaker:

  • John A. Vivian, Managing Director, Patomak Global Partners

5H: Remediating Remediation Risks 
Repeated in 6H

With expectations for faster response, yet a need to be exact in your response, what are some leading practices for managing remediation?  We’ll provide ideas and solutions that will help you upgrade your remediation program.

Moderator:

  • Scott H Pope, CRCM, Senior Vice President, Payments CRO Risk and Compliance Senior Manager  - Consumer and Small Business Payments, U.S. Bank

Speakers:

  • Jeremy Hochberg, Partner, Mitchell Sandler
  • Bart Leahy, Chief Compliance Officer, Frost Bank

5I: Fees – Where are We Now? From Overdraft to NSF to Credit Cards
Repeated in 6I

This session will provide current information on recent fee-related regulations and actions taken by regulatory agencies in the effort to avoid the pitfalls that can introduce risk and lead to possible enforcement.

Speaker:

  • Randall Patton, Senior Vice President, Executive Director, Mortgage Compliance, Arvest Bank

11:15 AM – 11:30 PM

Break

11:30 AM – 12:15 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 6

6A: Building an Effective, Efficient and Interconnected Issues Management Program 
Repeated from 5A

Effective interaction among all three lines ensures a comprehensive approach to issues management, with clear responsibilities, oversight, and accountability throughout the organization. Hear from industry experts representing the first line of defense and compliance and risk professionals in the second line of defense on what it takes to build, collaborate, escalate and report between the lines to ensure issues are managed and remediated effectively. 

Moderator:

  • Cara Williams, CERP, CRCM, CCEP-I, Independent Consultant

Speakers:

  • Stephanie Boryla, CERP, MBA, Senior Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management Administration, Arvest Bank
  • Allyson Kiesel, Vice President, Issues Management, Cenlar
  • Shannon Thomason, CRCM, CERP, Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Vice President, Central Bank

6B: CRA: Adapting Your Business Strategy to the New Rule
Repeated from 5B

Join us as we lead a discussion on how banks are beginning to think through how they will alter their current lending strategy to meet new CRA obligations and tests. We will walk through new ideas and questions you need to be asking yourselves as you move into a new era of lending.

Speakers:

  • Krista Shonk, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Policy, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association
  • Christopher T. Spellman, CRCM, Senior Vice President, and Corporate Compliance Director, HTLF (Heartland Financial USA, Inc.)

6C: Model Risk Management – For Risk and Compliance: Beyond the Basics
Repeated from 5C

This session is designed to help both risk and compliance professionals, who often use the same models, to take a holistic approach to managing model risk. We’ll help you answer the questions - are the models doing what they are designed to do and is the appropriate information flowing between departments? We’ll discuss model assessment, understanding how model risk flows between risk and compliance; model development documentation, process for passing information flows and assessments between departments, understanding model verification and integrity of the model and more.

Moderator:

  • Ann Marie Tarantino, CRCM, CRP, AMLP, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer & Risk Officer, Esquire Bank

Speaker:

  • Mike Guglielmo, Managing, Director, Darling Consulting Group

6D: AML and OFAC Update
Repeated from 5D

Every risk and compliance officer should keep themselves up to date on the latest critical concerns in AML and OFAC especially as it relates to beneficial ownership and OFAC.

Moderator:

  • Maureen Carollo, CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank

Speaker:

  • Heather Trew, Senior Vice President and Counsel, American Bankers Association

6E: Managing Real Estate Climate Risk
Repeated from 5E

The session will focus on the risks facing banks from a number of fronts – regulatory, statutory, as well as from investors, shareholders and elected officials. Of special focus will be the recently finalized SEC rules, while an improvement over the original proposal, still carry risk in compliance as well as costs for attestation and legal risk over what is deemed material. For banks doing business across state lines there are also ongoing concerns about state level laws and other actions, like the compliance with California climate disclosure laws that will conflict with – and go far beyond – the SEC requirements. Added to that mix are concerns about “red” vs. “blue” state approaches, where “red” states may seek to punish banks for taking actions required by “blue” states or determined necessary by investors, customers or their business plans. This panel will explore these various facets and discuss how banks can successfully navigate the climate minefield.

6F: Concentration Risk
Repeated from 5F

6G: Asset Liability Management – Part 2: Evaluating Deposit Stickiness
Repeated from 5G

Last year’s banking turmoil demonstrated the elevated run-off risk of deposits and underscored the importance of understanding and measuring the stability of your deposits – especially large, uninsured accounts. This session will delve into how bankers are identifying deposit concentrations and segments at greater risk to evaluate their “stickiness.”

Speaker:

  • John A. Vivian, Managing Director, Patomak Global Partners

6H: Remediating Remediation Risks
Repeated from 5H

With expectations for faster response, yet a need to be exact in your response, what are some leading practices for managing remediation? We’ll provide ideas and solutions that will help you upgrade your remediation program.

Moderator:

  • Scott H Pope, CRCM, Senior Vice President, Payments CRO Risk and Compliance Senior Manager  - Consumer and Small Business Payments, U.S. Bank

Speakers:

  • Jeremy Hochberg, Partner, Mitchell Sandler
  • Bart Leahy, Chief Compliance Officer, Frost Bank

6I: Fees – Where are We Now? From Overdraft to NSF to Credit Cards
Repeated from 5I

This session will provide current information on recent fee related regulations and actions taken by regulatory agencies in the effort to avoid the pitfalls that can introduce risk and lead to possible enforcement.

Speaker:

  • Randall Patton, Senior Vice President, Executive Director, Mortgage Compliance, Arvest Bank

12:15 PM – 1:45 PM

Lunch in The Hub

1:45 PM – 2:30 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 7

7A: AI in Model Risk
Repeated in 8A

Moderators:

  • Ann Marie Tarantino CRCM, CRP, AMLP, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer & Risk Officer, Esquire Bank
  • Debra (Debbi) Avidon, Sr. Operations Risk Manager, Bessemer Trust Company, Co-Chair Women in Model Risk Management and Development
  • Jennifer (Jen) Pederson, Director of Model Risk, SouthState Bank, Co-Chair Women in Model Risk Management and Development
  • Grace Qian, Director of Fair and Responsible Banking, Sallie Mae Bank

7B: Top Fraud Risks
Repeated in 8B

Fraud is everyone’s concern, especially for compliance and risk professionals. Join our experts for an overview of critical risk areas including check fraud, business email compromise, ransomware and more.

Moderator:

  • Maria E. Mayshura, CERP, Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, First Bank
  • Luisa Franco, Founder/CEO, LFP Risk Solutions.
  • Jim Hitchcock, Vice President, Fraud Mitigation, American Bankers Association

7C: Preparing for Large Bank Status – A Roadmap for Compliance

Repeated in 8C
With mergers and acquisitions continuing to rise and revenue growth continuing, every bank should have as part of their growth discussions an understanding of the level of impact such a transition would have on the compliance program, especially as it relates to heightened standards. We’ll provide you with a checklist of considerations to prepare you for discussions regarding growth.

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Lynn Tarantino, CRCM, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Control Officer, Cenlar, FSB

Speakers:

  • Christopher T. Spellman, CRCM, Senior Vice President, and Corporate Compliance Director, HTLF (Heartland Financial USA, Inc.)
  • Lynne Johnston, Senior Director. Treliant LLC

7D: ESG Update
Repeated in 8D

Moderator:

  • Joseph Pigg, Senior Vice President and Senior Counsel, ESG and Mortgage Finance, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association

7E: Capital Management: Evolving Regulatory Expectations
Repeated in 8E

This session will focus on current concerns and regulatory expectations of Capital Management. You will walk away with a better sense of where to direct your Capital Management Program.

Speakers:

  • Hugh Carney, Executive Vice President, Financial Institution Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management, American Bankers Association
  • Hu Benton, Senior Vice President and Policy Counsel, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management, American Bankers Association

7F: 2024 Approach to Deepen Your Analysis and Managing CRE Assets
Repeated in 8F

Banks are increasing credit risk management with an evolving economic landscape by focusing on the importance of robust asset management strategies. Join an insightful and timely session that delves into the intricacies of effectively managing CRE loans in increasing credit and interest rate risks. An expert panel of seasoned financial professionals will explore the key issues and best practices for mitigating credit and interest rate risks, that will help you to meet the expectations for your next regulatory exam

Moderator:

  • Sharon L Whitaker, Vice President, CRE & Mortgage Finance, American Bankers Association

7G: Fair Lending Hot Topics
Repeated in 8G

Moderator:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank

Speakers:

  • Gregory Imm, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, M&T Bank
  • Andrea Mitchell, Managing Partner, Mitchell Sandler, LLC

7H: Lender Hot Topics in Flood Compliance
Repeated in 8H

We can’t have an RCC without our annual update on flood compliance issues! Join our panel as they walk through the latest residential and commercial flood compliance concerns.

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Teshale Smith, Senior Counsel, Consumer Regulations and Compliance Solutions, American Bankers Association

Speaker:

  • Robert Cole, Executive Vice President, National Risk Brokerage

7I: Open for Late Breaking News
Repeated in 8I

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Dessert in The Hub

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

GENERAL SESSION 4

What Would You Do? Examining Scenarios for the CRO and CCO

Our panel of CCOs and CROs will take scenarios real-time, providing their response to a variety of scenarios. This is a great way to benchmark how you might respond to a particular challenge!

Moderator:

  • Ryan Rasske, Senior Vice President, Risk and Compliance Markets, Member Engagement Group; American Bankers Association

Speakers:

  • Daniel D. Soto, CAMS, Chief Compliance Officer, Ally Financial
  • Salvatore Maiorana, Chief Compliance Officer, KeyBank
  • Mary Clouthier, CERP, CRCM, Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Cornerstone Capital Bank, SSB
  • Krysti Cunningham, CRCM, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Security National Bank
  • Tina Shaver, CRCM, CAMS, Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Premier Bank

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Conference Reception

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

No Assessments Reception
For current CRCMs and CERPs only

Thu, Jun 13

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Registration Open

7:30 AM – 8:15 AM

THURSDAY POWER BREAKFAST SESSIONS

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our expert corporate partners for a quick-paced informative session all while enjoying breakfast. Seating is first-come, first-served - no reservations are required. A breakfast buffet will be available from 7:15 am – 7:45 am for attendees attending these sessions.

Power Breakfast 1
Sponsored by: Finastra

Power Breakfast 2
Sponsored by: NContracts

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

Coffee and Conversations in the Foyer

Join us for a light breakfast and conversation with your fellow attendees and sponsors.

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

GENERAL SESSION 5

Part 1: Silicon Valley 2.0 – Where Are We Now and Where Are We Heading?:  A Fireside Chat

Speakers:

  • Bobby Bean, Head of Basel III Program, Truist
  • Hugh Carney, Executive Vice President, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management,  American Bankers Association

Part 2: Risk Management’s ‘Secret Sauce’ Includes a Culture of Ethics and Inclusion

Best in class risk governance for any sized institution is ensuring that they subscribe to 1) a robust corporate culture; 2) a highly ethical culture; and 3) a strong risk culture. This three-legged stool can stand the test of time as long as all three legs are firmly in place and they are working together to hold up the weight of the corporate risk governance framework. Join our seasoned compliance and risk experts as they examine the elements of the three-legged stool, highlighting the importance of each of these cultural dimensions and their critical interdependence in strengthening the overall corporate risk governance structure.

Speakers:

  • Richard H. Harvey, Jr., Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Director of Compliance Risk and Board Secretary, Beneficial State Bank
  • Bill Tucker, CRCM|CAFP|CERP|CIA, Chief Compliance Officer, Cornerstone Capital Bank
 

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Coffee Break in The Hub

11:00 AM – 11:45 AM

CONCURRENT SERIES 8
Repeated from Series 7

8A: AI in Model Risk
Repeated from 7A

Moderators:

  • Ann Marie Tarantino CRCM, CRP, AMLP,   Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer & Risk Officer, Esquire Bank
  • Debra (Debbi) Avidon, Sr. Operations Risk Manager, Bessemer Trust Company, Co-Chair Women in Model Risk Management and Development
  • Jennifer (Jen) Pederson, Director of Model Risk, SouthState Bank, Co-Chair Women in Model Risk Management and Development
  • Grace Qian, Director of Fair and Responsible Banking, Sallie Mae Bank

8B: Top Fraud Risks
Repeated from 7B

Fraud is everyone’s concern, especially for compliance and risk professionals. Join our experts for an overview of critical risk areas including check fraud, business email compromise, ransomware and more.

Moderator:

  • Maria E. Mayshura, CERP, Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, First Bank

Speakers:

  • Luisa Franco, Founder/CEO, LFP Risk Solutions.
  • Jim Hitchcock, Vice President, Fraud Mitigation, American Bankers Association

8C: Preparing for Large Bank Status – A Roadmap for Compliance
Repeated from 7C

With mergers and acquisitions continuing to rise and revenue growth continuing, every bank should have as part of their growth discussions an understanding of the level of impact such a transition would have on the compliance program, especially as it relates to heightened standards. We’ll provide you with a checklist of considerations to prepare you for discussions regarding growth. 

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Lynn Tarantino, CRCM, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Chief Control Officer, Cenlar, FSB

Speakers:

  • Christopher T. Spellman, CRCM, Senior Vice President, and Corporate Compliance Director, HTLF (Heartland Financial USA, Inc.)
  • Lynne Johnston, Senior Director. Treliant LLC

8D: ESG Update
Repeated from 7D

Moderator:

  • Joseph Pigg, Senior Vice President and Senior Counsel, ESG and Mortgage Finance, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association

8E: Capital Management: Evolving Regulatory Expectations
Repeated from 7E

This session will focus on current concerns and regulatory expectations of Capital Management. You will walk away with a better sense of where to direct your Capital Management Program.

Speakers:

  • Hugh Carney, Executive Vice President, Financial Institution Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management, American Bankers Association
  • Hu Benton, Senior Vice President and Policy Counsel, Prudential Regulation and Asset Management, American Bankers Association

8F: 2024 Approach to Deepen Your Analysis and Managing CRE Assets
Repeated from 7F

Banks are increasing credit risk management with an evolving economic landscape by focusing on the importance of robust asset management strategies. Join an insightful and timely session that delves into the intricacies of effectively managing CRE loans in increasing credit and interest rate risks. An expert panel of seasoned financial professionals will explore the key issues and best practices for mitigating credit and interest rate risks, that will help you to meet the expectations for your next regulatory exam.

Moderator:

  • Sharon L Whitaker, Vice President, CRE & Mortgage Finance, American Bankers Association

8G: Fair Lending Hot Topics
Repeated from 7G

Moderator:

  • Maureen Carollo CRCM, CAMS, Chief Compliance & Chief Risk Officer, Senior Vice President, Old Glory Bank

Speakers:

  • Gregory Imm, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, M&T Bank
  • Andrea Mitchell, Managing Partner, Mitchell Sandler, LLC

8H: Lender Hot Topics in Flood Compliance
Repeated from 7H

We can’t have an RCC without our annual update on flood compliance issues! Join our panel as they walk through the latest residential and commercial flood compliance concerns.

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Teshale Smith, Senior Counsel, Consumer Regulations and Compliance Solutions, American Bankers Association

Speaker:

  • Robert Cole, Executive Vice President, National Risk Brokerage

8I: Open for Late Breaking News
Repeated from 7I

11:45 AM – 1:45 PM

Seated Luncheon with Speaker

1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

Final Dessert in The Hub

Don’t miss your final opportunity to visit the Hub at this conference

2:45 PM – 4:30 PM

CONCURRENT SERIES 9

Learning Labs with Libations

Pick your topic area and prepare to spend two hours hearing the latest trends and solutions from experts and your peers. These learning labs are designed with most of the session devoted to peer-to-peer idea exchange and Q&A. You will walk away with an advanced level ability to respond to a particular risk area.

Important: These sessions will only be offered one time and most will not be recorded as most of the session time is devoted to open peer discussions and Q&A.

9A: Compliance Officer of the Future: New Risks, New Technology, New Opportunities
Single Session

This session will be an open dialogue troubleshooting common workplace challenges we all face. Included in this discussion will be leading a hybrid workforce, mentoring remotely, empowering employees, reskilling for a technology-based job role; strategic development of subject matter experts and generalists to create strong career paths, maximizing new interactions with key stakeholders within the organization, your influence with other departments and more. This will also include conversations about succession planning beyond the plan – building internal talent for continuity.

9B: Test Drive Your Testing: Creating Efficiencies in Testing
Single Session

We will walk through the life cycle process of testing including regulatory inventory to controls. This session will also include an open conversation on managing testing in various lines of defense with multiple levels. Finally, we’ll discuss testing outcomes vs. testing process and figuring out the root cause.

9C: My Name is __ and I Struggle with Third Party Risk Management
Single Session

While we have a session specifically focused on third- and fourth-party risks associated with FinTechs, we thought attendees would benefit from talking to each other about how they handle all things third party risk management.  This is an audience-led therapy session to drill down, roll-up-your sleeves and look under the hood of your third-party risk management program.  We’ll talk about liability risks, regulatory expectations, new controls for new risks, testing and whatever is on your mind.  Bring your questions/thoughts/experiences and even the experiences of “a friend” as we help each other through these challenging times. 

Speakers:

  • Raji Sathappan, CPA,MBA,CRCM,CISA,CAMS | Managing Director, Mercadien
  • Ann Marie Tarantino CRCM, CRP, AMLP, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer & Risk Officer, Esquire Bank
  • Rafael E. DeLeon, Senior Vice President of Industry Engagement, NContracts
  • Jill Czerwinski, CISSP, CISA, CIPP, PMP, Managing Principal, Third Party Risk, Crowe LLP

9D: Cybersecurity Incident Response: A Tabletop Exercise
Single Session

This will not be your typical cybersecurity breach exercise! We will run through a scenario and just like a comedy improv, we’ll take audience suggestions on not only steps people take, but also complications to be worked through. By the end, you will get a better sense of not only what not to do, but how to plan for the unexpected and create a coordinated response plan.

Speakers:

  • John Carlson, Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity Regulation and Resilience, American Bankers Association
  • LeAnne B. Staalenburg, CRCM, CISSP, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, Capital City Bank
  • Jason Shockey, Chief Information Security Officer, Senior Vice President, Corporate Security Office, Cenlar FSB

9E: Break the Contingency Funding Plan: A Simulation Exercise
Single Session

We’ll take contingency funding plan scenarios, and with your feedback, we’ll analyze if it is viable. Expect debate and new ideas!

9F: Career Paths for Risk and Compliance: Mapping Out Your Future
Single Session

This session is designed to foster creative thinking in mapping out your future career in risk and compliance. Mostly interactive, we will provide ideas on creating a personalized plan for growing your career. We also will provide time for peer-to-peer mentoring conversations.

9G: Check Up on 1071: An Interactive Discussion
Single Session

As banks build out their 1071 program, there have been more questions – and this session is designed to dig deep into those questions. We’ll talk through lessons learned from those who are already ahead in implementing 1071. We’ll sort through the intersections with risk management, including things like balancing credit risk with 1071 requirements. We’ll talk about data and what it should look like. We’ll also touch on what this looks like for banks that have multiple regions where they operate and we’ll talk about collaborating with vendors as well as impacts across the organization. And throughout this session – we’ll take your questions.

Moderator/Speaker:

  • Renee Huffaker, CRCM, Chief Compliance Officer, Arvest Bank

Speakers:

  • Kitty Ryan, Senior Vice President, Fair and Responsible Banking, American Bankers Association
  • Aaron Rykowski, CRCM, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, WesBanco Bank, Inc.
  • Christopher T. Spellman, CRCM, Senior Vice President, and Corporate Compliance Director, HTLF (Heartland Financial USA, Inc.)
  • Thomas Williams, CRCM, CCBIA, ACT Specialist, Executive Vice President, Compliance Director, United Bank

9H: Mortgage Lending Question Jam
Single Session

This session is designed to give you a brief update on all things mortgage lending related followed by an extensive interactive conversation with our experts on managing through challenges. Expect a lively discussion, led by our own “Rev Rod” – preacher of all things mortgage lending at the ABA!

Note: While we will record this session, those who ask questions will not be on camera.

Speakers:

  • Rod Alba, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Finance-Mortgage, American Bankers Association
  • Elizabeth (Betsy) Fredrickson, CRCM, Compliance Director, Wells Fargo Bank NA

Fri, Jun 14

7:30 AM – 9:00 AM

Registration Open

7:30 AM – 10:00 AM

BUFFET BREAKFAST + CLOSING GENERAL SESSIONS

“Fuel Up for the Road Ahead”

We will provide you with recommended actions and focus for the next six months – and beyond. With the breakfast and the session – you will be fueled in body and mind for whatever is waiting for you back home!

Part 1: What Are Your Next Steps Next Week?

We will outline what we think are your key risks, critical discussions with leadership and to-dos.

Part 2: Convergence:  How Governance, Operations and Controls Must Interact and Engage in the Face of Rapid Change

Keynote Address:

  • Patti Joyner, President and Founder, Financial Solutions for Growing Companies, Inc.

10:00 AM

Conference Concludes

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