This program has been rescheduled for the convenience of our members! The new date is November 28, 2018.
The workshop is being presented by the FDIC, and will feature roundtable discussions with representatives from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, and the NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks. Specific topics will include:
- Information Technology: It’s About Leadership
- Regulator Roundtable Discussions of Common Examination Findings and Emerging Risks
- Bank Secrecy Act: A Supervisory Update
Jeff Burgess – Risk Management Field Supervisor, FDIC
Jeff is the Risk Management Field Supervisor for FDIC’s Charlotte Territory. The Charlotte Territory is responsible for all examination activities of state nonmember institutions in the Western half of North Carolina and all of South Carolina. Prior to this role, he served as a Supervisory Examiner responsible for supervision of the Territory’s large banks. Jeff began his career with the FDIC in 1991 as an Assistant Examiner in the Hollywood, Florida Field Office. In 1998, he joined the Comptroller of the Currency as a National Bank Examiner in the agency’s Southeast Territory. While in this position, he served on a number of large bank teams in the Southeast ranging in size from $20 billion to several hundred billion. Jeff led a number of complex examinations around the U.S. and over-seas at foreign locations of large U.S. banks. Jeff eventually returned to the FDIC in 2007 where he was promoted to Senior Examiner and, ultimately, to his current position.
Jerry Chadwell – Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection Field Supervisor, FDIC
Jerry has been employed by the FDIC for more than 25 years. He is currently the Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection Field Supervisor for the Atlanta Region’s North Territory, a position he has held since 2002. In this capacity, Jerry is responsible for consumer protection supervision activities in North Carolina, West Virginia, and Virginia. Since joining FDIC as a trainee compliance examiner in the Nashville, Tennessee field office, Jerry has held positions of Compliance Examiner, Senior Compliance Examiner, and Compliance Field Supervisor and has worked in the FDIC’s Atlanta, Chicago, and Memphis Regions.
Stacy Dail – Senior Portfolio Analyst, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Stacy is a Senior Portfolio Analyst within the Supervision, Regulation and Credit Risk Management department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. In this role, she has responsibility for overseeing and monitoring the safety and soundness condition for a portfolio of community banks. She has been with the Federal Reserve since 2005. She has been in her current role since 2013 and primarily works with bank management on issues to examinations, current topics in supervisory oversight and overall safety and soundness concerns.
Margaret Meyers – Risk Management Field Supervisor, FDIC
Margaret currently serves as Risk Management Field Supervisor for the Raleigh Territory, a multi-office territory covering the eastern half of North Carolina and all of Virginia and West Virginia. In her 27 years with FDIC, Margaret has examined banks primarily in North Carolina but also in South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Indiana, and Illinois. She has also instructed for FDIC’s Corporate University, including one teaching assignment with the Egyptian Banking Institute in Cairo. Additionally, she has been very involved in Directors’ Colleges in NC, SC, and WV. Margaret has served on several temporary assignments in the Atlanta Regional Office and at FDIC Headquarters in Washington, DC. Her experience on these assignments includes reviewing and processing problem bank cases for the Atlanta, Chicago, and New York regions.
Katie Reeder – Analyst to the ADC, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Katie began working at the OCC in January 2008 as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in the Charlotte Field Office performing safety and soundness examinations of community banks in North and South Carolina. In September 2011, Katie took a position in the consulting practice of a top accounting firm in Orlando, FL. During this time, she performed internal audits and compliance reviews for both state and nationally chartered banks. Katie became a Supervisor for the firm in 2013 and began managing the internal audit and independent compliance review function for various financial institutions in Central and South Florida. Katie returned to the Charlotte Field Office in October 2014 to continue her career with the OCC. She passed the Uniform Commission Examination in 2016 and became the Associate Deputy Comptroller Analyst in the Charlotte Field Office in March 2018. As ADC Analyst, she helps manage the supervision activities for federally chartered institutions in the Carolinas and coordinates examination resources.
Richard Snitzer – IT Examination Specialist, FDIC
Richard began his career with the FDIC in Lexington, KY, where he became a commissioned examiner in 1993. Soon after earning his commission, Richard began his Information Technology career that continues to serve him well today. He has examined banks with less than $10 million in assets all the way into the billions throughout the United States. Until recently, he has focused on examining large technology service providers and data centers. Richard currently serves as one of the Atlanta Region’s IT examination specialists. He has attained several certifications such as the Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Fraud Examiner, and Certified Business Continuity Professional. Richard has taught and helped develop IT courses for the FDIC including the Cybersecurity Initiative for the FDIC and Bankers.
Melanie Thacker – Bank Secrecy Act Specialist, FDIC
Melanie is a Bank Secrecy Act Specialist for the FDIC’s Charlotte Territory where she has completed examinations throughout the Southeast Region – North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Alabama. These supervisory activities targeted institutions of varying sizes and risk profiles. Prior to this role, Melanie held the position of Assistant Vice President and Senior Level Risk, Compliance and Audit Consultant, at U.S. Bank with oversight of the first line of defense testing of Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions for Payment Services. Additionally, Melanie served eight years as the Director of Compliance and Bank Secrecy Act Officer of a $2 billion dollar institution and nine years as the Internal Auditor of a $500 million dollar institution. Additionally, Melanie holds the designations of a Certification Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS).
Stephen Williams – Financial Program Manager, NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks
Stephen Williams is a financial program manager in the banking division of the NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB). Stephen joined the NCCOB in 2000. During his tenure, he has served as a bank examiner trainee, bank examiner I, and senior examiner. Presently, he serves as team supervisor for one of the community bank examination teams. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and is also a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.
The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $129/night for our attendees at the Greensboro – High Point Marriott. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below or call the hotel directly at 336.852.6450 and request the NC Bankers Association rate for the night of November 27.
Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.
The NCBA is partnering with Arnold & Porter on the Bank Notes of 2019 webinar series. This will be a quarterly series of webinars that are offered exclusively to NCBA members addressing regulatory issues that are most relevant to North Carolina banks.
Attendees can either elect to attend webinars a la carte at the $150 registration rate, or they can opt to purchase the entire series (four programs) at the $400 registration rate. All webinars are live programs and will begin at 10:00 am EST on the following days:
- Q2 – Tuesday, April 16
- Q3 – Tuesday, July 16
- Q4 – Tuesday, November 12
Each Bank Notes session will include a report on:
- New Rules and Regulations
- Enforcement Actions and Trends
- M&A Activity
- 20-Minute Deep Dive into Regulatory Topic for the Quarter
Session swill be tailored to educate all aspects of banks’ operations (customer relationship personnel, BSA officers, legal, compliance, audit, operations, senior management, and directors). Each session will be 50 minutes, followed by a 10-minute Q&A session. The link will be delivered to attendees 24 hours before the program begins, and each registrant will be provided with an e-book containing the presentation materials and other supporting documents relevant to the discussion.
Michael Mancusi – Partner, Arnold & Porter
Michael Mancusi represents domestic and foreign banks, credit unions, and other financial services clients in a wide range of state and federal regulatory, compliance, and enforcement matters. He also has substantial experience representing clients in government and corporate internal investigations, including entities subject to anti-money laundering requirements.
Mr. Mancusi counsels clients facing complex corporate governance and structural issues and represents clients before key state and federal bank regulatory agencies, including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, the National Credit Union Administration, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Office of Foreign Assets Control.
Kevin Toomey – Associate, Arnold & Porter
Kevin Toomey represents bank and nonbank financial services companies, along with their boards of directors, executives, and senior management, in a wide range of enforcement, regulatory, compliance, and governance matters before the federal and state banking agencies, Department of Justice, CFPB, FinCEN, and OFAC. Mr. Toomey regularly represents clients in investigative proceedings, including navigating internal and government investigations, and advises clients on issues relating to the Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money laundering requirements, consumer protection, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and state and federal banking laws and regulations.
Registration will open in late 2018
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