Coronavirus Preparedness: Business Continuity Planning and Best Practices
Aired: March 12, 2020
What do bank executives need to know about the coronavirus, and what should they be doing to prepare? Join this free ABA member webinar to hear from experts, including a former Treasury official who oversaw a public-private pandemic planning exercise in 2007 and a medical doctor with expertise in public health and epidemiology, who will:
Share the latest developments with the coronavirus and summarize what ABA is hearing from government officials, bankers and others financial trade associations.
Provide an overview of the health threat and review CDC guidelines on the virus’ transmission and how they might apply to banks.
Help bankers assess their business continuity plan and learn about resources available from the FFIEC, CDC and FEMA.
Review industry leading practices.
Discuss helpful lessons learned from a key player in the 2007 Pandemic Exercise sponsored by the Treasury Department, the Financial and Banking Information Infrastructure Committee, the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council and SIFMA.
Paul Benda, Senior Vice President, Risk and Cybersecurity Policy, American Bankers Association (moderator)
Rob Nichols, President and CEO, American Bankers Association
Valerie Abend, Managing Director — Security, Regulatory & Financial Services Lead, North America, Accenture and former Treasury deputy assistant secretary for critical infrastructure protection who oversaw a 2007 pandemic planning exercise
Dr. David Marcozzi, Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine and Adjunct Associate Professor, Epidemiology & Public Health, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Note: This free webinar is not eligible for CE Credit.
This webinar is only available to ABA bank members and to non-member banks. Sign in for access.