Plan Your Professional Development with the NCBA

The North Carolina Bankers Association is proud to offer a wide array of educational and training events for our members and affiliates to aid them in the professional development of their staff.  We bring in knowledgeable speakers to address timely issues and provide insightful guidance, whether it’s at one of our large conferences, a training seminar or webinar.

The NCBA holds multiple large conferences a year, with each bringing in from 100 – 250+ attendees and 10 – 15+ exhibitors. Throughout the year, the NCBA offers training seminars that cover a variety of topics, including compliance, commercial lending, branch/bank development, IRA training, call reports, internal audits, and so much more!  We also offer many online courses through our relationship with the American Bankers Association.  In addition, we provide ongoing webinars through our partnership with Total Training Solutions.

Please see the Calendar of Seminars & Events for a full listing of training opportunities. For questions or additional information regarding any of our large conferences, please contact Blair Jernigan (blair@ncbankers.org).  For anything regarding our training seminars or webinars, please contact Brianna Reeder (brianna@ncbankers.org).

Upcoming Events

Looking for the perfect professional development opportunity? Find events relevant to your role using the list below.

Sep
12
Thu
2019 Tax Updates Seminar @ TowneBank (formerly Paragon Bank)
Sep 12 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Even though the tax reform changes took place in 2018, CPA’s and other industry experts are still learning and understanding all the new changes. Please join us for an informative session with LBA Haynes Strand as their experts guide our attendees through new tax changes that could be beneficial to their institutions and clients.

Learning objectives include:

  • R&D Credits
    • Gain understanding of the R&D tax credit legislation
    • Determine which activities qualify for the R&D credit
    • Learn how the R&D credit is calculated and what expenses are allowed in computation (and learn what documentation is required to support the calculation)
    • Understand how the R&D credit is applied to corporate returns
    • Learn how to identify taxpayers who can take advantage of the R&D credit
  • Opportunity Zones
    • Gain knowledge on what a Qualified Opportunity Zone is, and where Opportunity Zones are located
    • Know what the tax incentives are available to investors
    • Understand what the Opportunity Fund requirements are
  • Accrual to Cash: New Rules for Including Inventory Write-Offs
    • Learn the difference between cash- and accrual-basis accounting
    • Understand the direct effects of each method
    • Determine which method is best for what type of business
  • SALT: Implications of Wayfair
    • Understand the business filing requirements
    • Determine if there is existing exposure
    • Learn how to identify risks beyond state tax

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

 

Julie Ayers – Principal, LBA Haynes Strand

Julie is a Principal at LBA Haynes Strand, is head of the tax department and the charter school accounting division and also sits on the Executive Committee, which leads all decision making for the firm.

Julie’s ability to help clients overcome financial obstacles began when she worked for a prominent property management company who oversaw the management of prestigious condominiums in Washington, DC.  Faced with unsold condominiums and a down turn in the market, condominium associations turned to her to find ways to reduce their overwhelming financial burden. Julie realized that by helping the association she was able to also help the individual owners save their homes. Armed with this knowledge and passion, she left the company and became a CPA to work in public practice.

 

 

 

Patrick Coleman – Principal, LBA Haynes Strand

Patrick is a Principal in the Matthews office of LBA Haynes Strand, where he is a vital member of our tax practice.  Patrick graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting and holds a CPA license in both North Carolina and New York.  His background includes consulting and tax services, where he truly enjoys working with business owners and individuals assisting them with their financial and tax planning needs. Patrick has a unique perspective on client needs and the solutions that go with them. In addition, he has extensive experience in compilations, reviews and tax preparation.

 

 

 

Dave Fraser – Principal, LBA Haynes Strand

David Fraser, CPA has more than 24 years of experience as a certified public accountant. At LBA Haynes Strand, Dave is responsible for serving his tax clients and providing a proactive resource for them. He also serves as a technical resource for the firm. He understands international, national and multi-state tax issues for partnerships and corporations and assists multinational companies with complex transactions including transfer pricing and corporate structuring. He also works with corporations on issues of taxation concerning inbound and outbound executives.

Dave also has significant experience working with high net worth individuals, with a unique emphasis on the entertainment industry. His position as controller and technical tax resource for a major auto racing enterprise gives him a unique view of the financial side of one of the world’s most financially lucrative sports. He also helped develop a national methodology for the transfer of wealth from high net worth individuals to their heirs while minimizing estate, income and gift taxation.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

Click HERE to Get Your Discounted Rate!

Sep
30
Mon
Universal Banker Certification Series @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Sep 30 – Oct 3 all-day

 

Registration Rates
Full Series: $1,350 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $1,400 (Regular – after 9/16)
Single Day Registration: $385 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $435 (Regular – after 9/16)

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The complete Universal Banker Certification Series is a four-day program. Attendees can either elect to register for the full series, or for the individual segments. To view the full program overview with descriptions and a video highlight, please CLICK HERE.

The Goals

  1. An understanding of the challenges in community banking
  2. An opportunity to learn about the best UX-user/customer experience
  3. The ability to plan for the impact of technology, artificial intelligence, and self-service on the community bank and banker
  4. The skills to be an ambassador for the bank, and build your personal network

Who Should Attend

Bankers from any department within the bank. These bankers may be new hires, beginning bankers, or bankers with years of experience. They are the emerging bankers who want to become qualified to move laterally or forward in the organization.

The Agenda

Day 1 – Culture Shifting in Community Banks 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Maximizing performance in the branch, especially when it’s not busy and maximizing the Universal Banker’s own performance as an individual contributor on the branch team.

  • Why community banks fail to compete
  • How technology is revolutionizing our business
  • Winning qualities of an effective universal banker
  • Creating the advisory environment across the bank
  • Growing the community bank appropriately
  • Branch staffing model – layers are collapsing
  • Challenges in changing culture
  • Analyzing staff performance across the bank
  • Critical thinking – see the big picture of company growth goals
  • War games – plan to protect your company’s market share from the competition
  • The why’s – learn the why I am doing something and the interworking of the job using the 80/20 rule
  • Assignment to be completed by Day 2 – Improve a Work Process

Day 2 – Wowing the Customer 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to ask great customer questions, working with customers to identify goals and dreams and selling appropriate products to actualize dreams and goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 1 assignment findings to the class – Improve a Work Process
  • Expectations from top customers, whether they visit us at the branch or not
  • Growing the client relationship – onboarding and all-aboarding
  • Dream building insights – dreams you are finding through client encounters
  • Establishing baseline service standards – hear the dream; pick the product
  • Creating the ultimate UX (user/customer experience) – being a brand advocate
  • Great cross-selling – asking great questions to get the client talking to discover dreams
  • Data vs. data driven decision-making – discover ways to convert more relationships into business
  • Streamlining your work processes – red carpet exercise
  • iGen and millennial customers – trouble and opportunity ahead, must be able to manage relationships up and down with co-workers, and with customer relationships
  • Develop leadership skills and wow your employer – they will take notice
  • Team work and flexibility go both ways – employee and employer – there is no departmental – only one employer
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 3 (for full series attendees only) – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise

Day 3 – Your Advisory Role
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to recognize a sales cue and a buying signal, and learning how to leverage technology and social media as tools to help customers reach financial goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 2 assignment findings to the class – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise
  • Bank products – What company products do you use?
  • Growing the branch – The Bored Board Concept
  • Listening for opportunities – recognizing the sales cue or life cycle event and matching the bank’s products to help clients
  • The bank of the future – technology, artificial intelligence, and self service
  • Transitioning your branch to meet emerging trends
  • Team rewards – how does your team celebrate successes?
  • Social skills at events and during work time – how do you interact with clients in the lobby? How do you make a positive impression representing the company while away from work?
  • Social and business communication/etiquette
  • Social media – what to share on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Does it represent you well?
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 4 – Make a Bored Board

Day 4 – An Ambassadorship & Growth 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning to leverage interactions away from the workplace to capture additional business, and learning to best represent the bank away from work. 

  • Present each team’s Day 3 assignment findings to the class – Make a Bored Board
  • Being an ambassador for your bank
    • Consider people you talk to within the community who mention financial issues
    • Networking with clients
    • Referrals discussion
    • Networking with referral sources and centers of influence
    • Networking with prospects
    • Building your network across lines of business at the company
    • Skills practice: scenarios on being an ambassador for the bank
  • Dress in public: better to overdress than under dress, and dress code standards at the company
  • Doing it right the first time – proofreading for accuracy
  • Assessing strengths and weaknesses – yours and the bank’s
  • Community bank case study: What can you improve back at the bank? What recommendations do you have to executive these improvements?
  • Summary of the series
  • Action plan to bring improvements back to work

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Jennie Sobecki – Owner & CEO, Focused Results

Jennie is the Owner and CEO of Focused Results, LLC, a sales and marketing strategy, consulting, and training firm, concentrating in results-driven process consulting and training experience in community banks and FI’s. An expert in designing and implementing sales efforts and processes, she designs solutions to drive top line growth through better utilization and training of existing sales forces, including sales management.

Jennie is a graduate of Indiana University and has a certificate in consulting services from Ball State University. Prior to joining Focused Results, she was Director of Sales and Marketing for a $3 billion bank holding company, Sales Manager for a high performing mid-level bank, and Director of Corporate Training for a large Midwest insurance company. A charismatic speaker and consultant, Jennie consults with numerous financial service organizations on revenue, sales, sales leadership, and organizational performance.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations. Should you encounter any issues with your reservation, please contact Business Travel Sales Manager, Courtney Quatrara at 919.878.4914 or courtney.quatrara@hiltonraleighnh.com.

Oct
8
Tue
2019 IRA Workshop @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Oct 8 – Oct 9 all-day

Registration will open on August 5.

Time:  9 am – 4 pm both days

Registration Rates
Total Program: $795 (Early Bird – 9/24) / $845 (Regular – after 9/24)
Day 1: IRA Essentials Only: $415 (Early Bird – 9/24) / $465 (Regular – after 9/24)
Day 2: Advanced IRAs Only: $415 (Early Bird – 9/24) / $465 (Regular – after 9/24)

Individuals can register for all days as a full package, or can register for any day a la carte. You can view topics for each day on the agenda (link above).

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Day 1 – IRA Essentials

You should register for this program if you need to learn the basics of Traditional and Roth IRAs or you want an updated, general refresher on IRA rules.

This session will give attendees a solid foundation of IRA knowledge. Exercises are included throughout the day to help participants apply information to job-related situations. Attendees will leave this session able to work with IRA owners and process basic IRA transactions with confidence. This is a beginner’s session; no previous IRA knowledge is assumed.

Course topics include:

  • Introduction and Establishing IRAs
    • Identify the tax differences of a Traditional and Roth IRA
    • Examine the process for establishing an IRA and the required documents
    • Differentiate between the types of beneficiaries
  • IRA Funding
    • Learn about the Traditional and Roth IRA eligibility requirements
    • Identify the contribution limit and deadline
    • Communicate contribution reporting deadlines
  • IRA Distributions
    • Identify federal income tax withholding requirements
    • Examine IRS penalties and penalty exceptions
    • Summarize the tax consequences of IRA distributions
    • Communicate distribution reporting deadlines
  • IRA Portability
    • Differentiate between a rollover and a transfer
    • Recognize rollovers between IRAs and employer-sponsored retirement plans

 

Day 2 – Advanced IRAs

You should register for this session if you are an IRA administrator, personal banker, or member services personnel who has a working knowledge of basic IRA operations and wishes to expand your expertise and provide enhanced customer service, a compliance specialist, or support personnel responsible for promotional materials.

This portion of the program will build on an attendees’ basic IRA knowledge to address some of the more complex IRA issues that their financial organizations may handle. This is an advanced session, and previous IRA knowledge is assumed. The instructor will use real-world examples to help participants apply information to job-related situations.

Course topics include:

  • IRA Update
    • Explain recent changes affecting IRA owners
    • Discuss the current Roth modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) limits
    • Recognize how recent changes may affect your financial organization
  • Required Minimum Distributions
    • Calculate a required minimum distribution (RMD)
    • Discuss the RMD rules and reporting requirements
  • Beneficiary Options
    • Describe beneficiary distribution options
    • Recognize the differences for spouse, nonspouse, and nonperson beneficiaries
    • Explain beneficiary payment deadlines
  • Advanced Portability
    • Summarize the restrictions on the movement between IRAs
    • Recognize the options available when moving from an employer-sponsored retirement plan to an IRA
    • Explain the result of violating the portability restrictions
  • Roth IRA Conversion Contributions
    • Describe a conversion
    • Explain the effect of withholding on a conversion
    • Report a conversion
    • Define the consequences of an ineligible conversion
  • Withholding and Getting It Right
    • List the possible penalties for failing to withhold
    • Explain the withholding notice and election requirements
    • Discuss how withholding is reported and transmitted to the IRS
    • Describe foreign withholding requirements

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

We are partnering with Ascensus on this program. Stay tuned for the speaker announcement!

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

Click HERE to Get Your Discounted Rate!

Aug
28
Wed
2019 Consumer Lending Workshop @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Aug 28 all-day

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The workshop is designed to prepare bankers who accept consumer loan requests to analyze the typical metrics used to approve these requests. Instructor Andy Nenni will provide an overview of the consumer lending environment and how lenders should consider credit scores, loan-to-value, and debt-to-income when assessing loan decisions. Discussions will also include mitigating issues with repayment history and higher than acceptable debt loads. Participants will be guided through case studies to reinforce concepts.

Learning objectives include:

  • Brief overview of consumer lending regulations
  • Describe typical loan products, terms, and advance rates
  • Review credit bureau reports
  • Analyze a personal financial statement
  • Identify repayment sources using stated income, paystubs, and tax returns including a brief introduction to self-employed borrowers

This program should be attended by lending staff seeking an introductory understanding of consumer credit. The course will benefit lenders with loan authority and lenders operating in a centralized lending environment.

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Andy Nenni has been providing training and coaching for bankers involved in consumer and commercial lending and has created custom training programs for banking associations and financial institutions. Courses include improving sales, consumer lending basics, performing real estate evaluations, and beginner through advanced C&I and CRE underwriting skills. Andy weaves over fifteen years of banking experiences and stories into each class and uses real world examples to reinforce concepts and entertain attendees. He has served as a Personal Banker, Credit Analyst, Commercial Lender, and Chief Credit Officer in community and national banks. Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Kansas State University and a Masters of Business Administration at East Carolina University.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

Click HERE to Get Your Discounted Rate!

Sep
30
Mon
Universal Banker Certification Series @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Sep 30 – Oct 3 all-day

 

Registration Rates
Full Series: $1,350 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $1,400 (Regular – after 9/16)
Single Day Registration: $385 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $435 (Regular – after 9/16)

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The complete Universal Banker Certification Series is a four-day program. Attendees can either elect to register for the full series, or for the individual segments. To view the full program overview with descriptions and a video highlight, please CLICK HERE.

The Goals

  1. An understanding of the challenges in community banking
  2. An opportunity to learn about the best UX-user/customer experience
  3. The ability to plan for the impact of technology, artificial intelligence, and self-service on the community bank and banker
  4. The skills to be an ambassador for the bank, and build your personal network

Who Should Attend

Bankers from any department within the bank. These bankers may be new hires, beginning bankers, or bankers with years of experience. They are the emerging bankers who want to become qualified to move laterally or forward in the organization.

The Agenda

Day 1 – Culture Shifting in Community Banks 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Maximizing performance in the branch, especially when it’s not busy and maximizing the Universal Banker’s own performance as an individual contributor on the branch team.

  • Why community banks fail to compete
  • How technology is revolutionizing our business
  • Winning qualities of an effective universal banker
  • Creating the advisory environment across the bank
  • Growing the community bank appropriately
  • Branch staffing model – layers are collapsing
  • Challenges in changing culture
  • Analyzing staff performance across the bank
  • Critical thinking – see the big picture of company growth goals
  • War games – plan to protect your company’s market share from the competition
  • The why’s – learn the why I am doing something and the interworking of the job using the 80/20 rule
  • Assignment to be completed by Day 2 – Improve a Work Process

Day 2 – Wowing the Customer 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to ask great customer questions, working with customers to identify goals and dreams and selling appropriate products to actualize dreams and goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 1 assignment findings to the class – Improve a Work Process
  • Expectations from top customers, whether they visit us at the branch or not
  • Growing the client relationship – onboarding and all-aboarding
  • Dream building insights – dreams you are finding through client encounters
  • Establishing baseline service standards – hear the dream; pick the product
  • Creating the ultimate UX (user/customer experience) – being a brand advocate
  • Great cross-selling – asking great questions to get the client talking to discover dreams
  • Data vs. data driven decision-making – discover ways to convert more relationships into business
  • Streamlining your work processes – red carpet exercise
  • iGen and millennial customers – trouble and opportunity ahead, must be able to manage relationships up and down with co-workers, and with customer relationships
  • Develop leadership skills and wow your employer – they will take notice
  • Team work and flexibility go both ways – employee and employer – there is no departmental – only one employer
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 3 (for full series attendees only) – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise

Day 3 – Your Advisory Role
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to recognize a sales cue and a buying signal, and learning how to leverage technology and social media as tools to help customers reach financial goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 2 assignment findings to the class – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise
  • Bank products – What company products do you use?
  • Growing the branch – The Bored Board Concept
  • Listening for opportunities – recognizing the sales cue or life cycle event and matching the bank’s products to help clients
  • The bank of the future – technology, artificial intelligence, and self service
  • Transitioning your branch to meet emerging trends
  • Team rewards – how does your team celebrate successes?
  • Social skills at events and during work time – how do you interact with clients in the lobby? How do you make a positive impression representing the company while away from work?
  • Social and business communication/etiquette
  • Social media – what to share on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Does it represent you well?
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 4 – Make a Bored Board

Day 4 – An Ambassadorship & Growth 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning to leverage interactions away from the workplace to capture additional business, and learning to best represent the bank away from work. 

  • Present each team’s Day 3 assignment findings to the class – Make a Bored Board
  • Being an ambassador for your bank
    • Consider people you talk to within the community who mention financial issues
    • Networking with clients
    • Referrals discussion
    • Networking with referral sources and centers of influence
    • Networking with prospects
    • Building your network across lines of business at the company
    • Skills practice: scenarios on being an ambassador for the bank
  • Dress in public: better to overdress than under dress, and dress code standards at the company
  • Doing it right the first time – proofreading for accuracy
  • Assessing strengths and weaknesses – yours and the bank’s
  • Community bank case study: What can you improve back at the bank? What recommendations do you have to executive these improvements?
  • Summary of the series
  • Action plan to bring improvements back to work

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Jennie Sobecki – Owner & CEO, Focused Results

Jennie is the Owner and CEO of Focused Results, LLC, a sales and marketing strategy, consulting, and training firm, concentrating in results-driven process consulting and training experience in community banks and FI’s. An expert in designing and implementing sales efforts and processes, she designs solutions to drive top line growth through better utilization and training of existing sales forces, including sales management.

Jennie is a graduate of Indiana University and has a certificate in consulting services from Ball State University. Prior to joining Focused Results, she was Director of Sales and Marketing for a $3 billion bank holding company, Sales Manager for a high performing mid-level bank, and Director of Corporate Training for a large Midwest insurance company. A charismatic speaker and consultant, Jennie consults with numerous financial service organizations on revenue, sales, sales leadership, and organizational performance.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations. Should you encounter any issues with your reservation, please contact Business Travel Sales Manager, Courtney Quatrara at 919.878.4914 or courtney.quatrara@hiltonraleighnh.com.

Oct
16
Wed
Intermediate & Advanced Commercial Lending School @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Oct 16 – Oct 18 all-day

Registration for this Program Will Open on August 5

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Stay tuned for specific program information!

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Jeffery Johnson – Senior Consultant, Bankers Insight Group

Jeffery Johnson started his career with SunTrust Bank in Atlanta as a Management Trainee and progressed to Vice President and Senior Lender for SouthTrust Bank (a large Southeastern Regional Bank) and Senior Vice President and Commercial Banking Division Manager for Citizens Trust Bank of Atlanta (Community Bank).

Most of his career has been spent in Credit Administration, Lending (Commercial, Consumer and Real Estate), Business Development, Loan Review, Management and Training & Development. He has managed loan portfolios representing a cross section of loan types including: Large Corporate, High Net Worth Individuals, Middle Market Companies, Small Businesses, Real Estate and Non-Profit Organizations and managed several loan officers with portfolio management responsibilities.

Jeffery is now a training professional in the banking industry by leading various seminars covering important topics relating to issues in banking. He teaches actively for fifteen state banking associations in the United States, Risk Management Association (RMA) and individual banks nationwide. He co-authored a training course entitled “Lending to Service and Other Professional Organizations” for RMA in 2001.

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations. Should you encounter any issues with your reservation, please contact Business Travel Sales Manager, Courtney Quatrara at 919.878.4914 or courtney.quatrara@hiltonraleighnh.com.

Nov
19
Tue
Basic Commercial Lending School @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Nov 19 – Nov 20 all-day

Registration will open on September 4.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The course is designed to prepare bankers who prospect business banking loan requests to analyze the typical metrics used to approve these requests. The instructor will provide an overview of the commercial lending environment and how lenders should consider global cash flow, loan-to-value, and other factors when assessing loan decisions. Discussions will also include mitigating credit exceptions and good prospects. Participants will be guided through case studies to reinforce concepts.

Learning objectives include:

  • Calculating and analyzing global cash flow
  • Evaluating guarantor strength
  • Proper loan structure
  • Basics of income properties
  • Evaluating non-real estate collateral

Who should attend: Lending staff seeking an introductory understanding of commercial credit. We often host new business bankers and experienced branch managers with new commercial loan goals. The course will benefit lenders with loan authority and lenders operating in a centralized lending environment.

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Andy Nenni has been providing training and coaching for bankers involved in consumer and commercial lending and has created custom training programs for banking associations and financial institutions. Courses include improving sales, consumer lending basics, performing real estate evaluations, and beginner through advanced C&I and CRE underwriting skills. Andy weaves over fifteen years of banking experiences and stories into each class and uses real world examples to reinforce concepts and entertain attendees. He has served as a Personal Banker, Credit Analyst, Commercial Lender, and Chief Credit Officer in community and national banks. Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Kansas State University and a Masters of Business Administration at East Carolina University.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

Sep
4
Wed
2019 Fall Compliance Update Seminar @ Greensboro - High Point Marriott
Sep 4 @ 9:00 am – Sep 5 @ 12:30 pm

Time: Day 1, 9 am – 5 pm
Day 2, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Patti’s coming back to town to help guide us through the murky waters of compliance updates. You and your compliance team won’t want to miss this informative session! Stay tuned for a complete list of topics that Patti will be covering.

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Patti Blenden

Patti Blenden is a dynamic speaker and leader with strong, intuitive management skills, and a deep conviction that “excellence is not optional.” She has extensive experience in working with financial institutions, bank data processors and governmental agencies. Patti has more than 35 years of experience in the financial industry as an entrepreneur and financial institution executive. She is a Certified Public Accountant, skilled regulatory compliance consultant, bank operations specialist, system automation designer and an enthusiastic regulatory compliance instructor who believes in providing real-world solutions ready for immediate implementation.

Patti founded Financial Solutions in 1990 to offer financial institutions complete, cost-effective regulatory compliance solutions, thereby eliminating an institution’s need to rush to increase overhead. The company specializes in providing regulatory compliance assistance for financial institutions through policies, programs, on-site compliance reviews and customized training.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $134/night at the Greensboro – High Point Marriott. To secure a room at that rate, please call the hotel directly at 336.852.6450 and ask for the NC Bankers rate on the nights of September 3 & 4. Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their own reservations, and that the cut-off date to receive this rate is Tuesday, August 13.

Sep
19
Thu
Webinar – Certified Banking Security Manager Training @ Online, Self-Paced
Sep 19 all-day

PROGRAM INFORMATION

We are partnering with SBS CyberSecurity to bring our members the Certified Banking Security Manager virtual training. This certification is self-paced, with a launch date of September 19. Attendees will be given a roster of all participants to allow for peer discussion and networking while taking the course. Total allowed time to complete the course is ten weeks and culminates with an exam to achieve the certification. Click HERE to watch a short video from the instructor for a more detailed description of the course.

SBS’s certified advantage helps you develop an entire information security program framework to take back to your institution. After competing this program, attendees will understand how to successfully implement and manage each component of the information security program, and their knowledge of layered security programs will be boosted. Attendees will gain confidence in their decision making after learning comprehensive cybersecurity knowledge. In addition, they will dive into FFIEC cybersecurity guidelines.

Specific topics include:

  • U.S. Information Security Laws and Regulations
  • Information Security Program Components
  • Security & Awareness Programs
  • IT Audit
  • Social Engineering
  • Preparing for IT Examinations
  • Running Effective IT & Audit Committees

This program should be attended by Managers, ISOs, Security Officers, Auditors, Operations Officers, IT Managers and anyone in Compliance. This is a must attend program! Below is a testimonial to this program and instructor, Chad Knutson:

SBS and Chad helped me by providing the tools and information to be successful in reporting, documenting and creating proper assessments. As well as how to structure an adequate BIA and BCP plan, and those things necessary to prepare for an Audit or Exam. Taking the course helped build my confidence in my job field. I would recommend the CBSM course to anyone wishing to enhance their knowledge of the expectations of the IT Program of their institution.”
– Hilarie Haack, GA

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Chad Knutson – Senior Information Security Consultant, SBS CyberSecurity

Chad is a Senior Information Security Consultant and is President of the SBS Institute for SBS CyberSecurity. SBS works with more than 900 banks around the country on information security services such as the development of Information Security Programs, Policies, and Risk Assessments, along with performing IT Audits, Penetration Tests, Vulnerability Assessments and other security services. Chad is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and Certified in Risk and Information Security Controls (CRISC).

Oct
21
Mon
2019 Regulatory Compliance School @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel
Oct 21 – Oct 24 all-day

Registration will open on Monday, August 6

REGISTRATION RATES

Full Program, 10/21 – 10/24: $1,350 (Early Bird – 10/7) / $1,400 (Regular – after 10/7)
Deposits Module Only, 10/21: $450 (Early Bird – 10/7) / $500 (Regular – after 10/7)
Lending Module Only, 10/22 – 10/24: $1,100 (Early Bird – 10/7) / $1,150 (Regular – after 10/7)

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Complying with federal banking regulations is a demanding, time consuming, and expensive task; therefore, a thorough understanding of the various laws and regulations governing your operations is essential in today’s environment.

The Carolinas Regulatory Compliance School helps financial institutions meet the compliance challenge by providing intensive training on the various regulatory requirements. Designed for personnel who monitor or manage your institution’s compliance, the Compliance School provides the most effective training available anywhere today. The Compliance School curriculum includes all major federal regulations covered in an on-site compliance examinations by federal regulatory agencies.

Registrants may opt to attend either the Deposits or the Lending Module, or can sign up to attend the full program.

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Teri Laudano will be leading the Lending Module, and is a Senior Consultant at ProBank Austin.  Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Laudano served in the banking industry in the St. Louis Metropolitan and Lincoln County areas since 1982.  She has nearly 30 years as a bank officer and manager of centralized loan administration departments with experience training consumer and commercial compliance, banking laws and regulations. As a Senior Consultant, Ms. Laudano presents PBS seminars and provides consulting services on regulatory compliance topics with emphasis on lending operations.

 

 

 

Natalie Straus, CRCM will be leading the Deposits Module, and is a Vice President at ProBank Austin. Ms. Straus received her undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia and her law degree from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, DC. As a PBS consultant, Mrs. Straus provides consulting services in compliance with an emphasis on deposit operations and issues. She performs consumer compliance and fair lending reviews as well as HMDA data integrity reviews for clients of varying degrees of size and complexity. Additionally, she assisted one of PBS’s largest clients in the implementation of an enhanced home equity quality assurance program.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $149/night for our attendees at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below or call the hotel directly at 919.941.5050 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. The cut-off date for this discounted rate is Tuesday, September 24. Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

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Oct
23
Wed
2019 Regulatory Compliance School: Alumni Update @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel
Oct 23 @ 9:00 am – 4:45 pm

Registration will open on Monday, August 6

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Complying with federal banking regulations is a demanding, time consuming, and expensive task; therefore, a thorough understanding of the various laws and regulations governing your operations is essential in today’s environment.

The Carolinas Regulatory Compliance School helps financial institutions meet the compliance challenge by providing intensive training on the various regulatory requirements. Designed for personnel who monitor or manage your institution’s compliance, the Compliance School provides the most effective training available anywhere today. The Compliance School curriculum includes all major federal regulations covered in an on-site compliance examinations by federal regulatory agencies.

The Alumni Update will be conducted by Anetria Connell from ProBank Austin. This special alumni session will only be open to those who have completed either module of the Regulatory Compliance School in the past. Participants will receive an updated version of the manual that was provided to them during Compliance School, and will review the updated manual to discuss recent developments and common problems.

Specific topics will include:

  • Regulation Z
  • RESPA
  • Equal Credit Opportunity Act
  • Fair Housing Act
  • Unfair, Deceptive, Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)
  • Flood Disaster Prevention Act
  • Homeowners Protection Act ~ PMI
  • Homeownership Counseling, SCRA
  • HMDA

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Anetria Connell is a Vice President at ProBank Austin. Prior to joining the firm, she served as legal counsel to the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions which regulates depository, non-depository, and securities entities.  Her primary responsibility at the Department was the Dodd-Frank Act, whereby she assessed its effect on federal and state law and provided information and training to examiners and staff. In addition to her regulatory experience, Ms. Connell practiced business, real estate, and banking law. She graduated from The George Washington University Law school in 2004 with honors, and is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Kentucky.

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $149/night for our attendees at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below or call the hotel directly at 919.941.5050 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. The cut-off date for this discounted rate is Tuesday, September 24. Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

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Nov
12
Tue
Webinar – Bank Notes Q4 @ Online
Nov 12 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Registration Will Open on September 1

PROGRAM INFORMATION

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.

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.

 

Speaker Information

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.

Nov
14
Thu
2019 Regulatory Insights Workshop @ Greensboro - High Point Marriott
Nov 14 all-day

Registration will open on September 3.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

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:

  • Key Risks to Fair Lending
  • Vendor Management Risks and Information Security
  • Effective Asset Liability Management

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Confirmed speakers include:

Barbara Belfoure – Fair Lending Exam Specialist, FDIC 

Barbara is one of two Fair Lending Exam Specialists in the Atlanta Regional Office. She has been with the FDIC for 30 years and has served in many positions. During the past ten years, she has handled fair lending discrimination cases for the states of Florida, Southern Georgia, North Carolina, and West Virginia. Barbara was a Compliance Review Examiner for over ten years, a commissioned Compliance examiner and an assistance Risk Management examiner in the Dallas Region.

Barbara has handled discrimination cases involving pricing and underwriting based on race, ethnicity, and gender; overt discrimination, age and various discrimination complaints. She has participated in numerous bankers outreach efforts, workshops and FDIC sponsored Bankers calls. In 2012, she was a presenter in the Fair Lending training video sponsored by the FDIC as one of the Chairman’s initiative for bankers. In addition, she serves as an instructor at the Fair Lending School sponsored by the FDIC’s Corporate University for its employees.

 

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.

 

 

Kelly Maher – National Bank Examiner, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency 

Kelly is a senior examiner in the Charlotte field office and a subject matter expert in commercial credit and corporate governance activities. She joined the OCC in 2005 and has held a variety of leadership positions during her career, including being the Team Leader of the Charlotte field office from 2014 to 2017 and Analyst to the Assistant Deputy Comptroller (ADC) for three years before that. In late 2018, Kelly completed an eighteen-month leadership development program where she served as the acting Director for Commercial Credit Risk in OCC headquarters, ADC of the Chicago field office, and a large bank Team Lead for Enterprise Risk Management and Operational Risk for a period of six months each. She was key contributor to the OCC’s Semi-Annual Risk publications during 2018 and routinely met with industry groups and bankers to discuss supervisory priorities. Kelly is also has extensive problem bank experience as she served as examiner-in-charge of several problem institutions before and during the great recession.

 

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.

 

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.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $139/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 13. The last day to book this discounted rate is Wednesday, October 23.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

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Nov
19
Tue
Basic Commercial Lending School @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Nov 19 – Nov 20 all-day

Registration will open on September 4.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The course is designed to prepare bankers who prospect business banking loan requests to analyze the typical metrics used to approve these requests. The instructor will provide an overview of the commercial lending environment and how lenders should consider global cash flow, loan-to-value, and other factors when assessing loan decisions. Discussions will also include mitigating credit exceptions and good prospects. Participants will be guided through case studies to reinforce concepts.

Learning objectives include:

  • Calculating and analyzing global cash flow
  • Evaluating guarantor strength
  • Proper loan structure
  • Basics of income properties
  • Evaluating non-real estate collateral

Who should attend: Lending staff seeking an introductory understanding of commercial credit. We often host new business bankers and experienced branch managers with new commercial loan goals. The course will benefit lenders with loan authority and lenders operating in a centralized lending environment.

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Andy Nenni has been providing training and coaching for bankers involved in consumer and commercial lending and has created custom training programs for banking associations and financial institutions. Courses include improving sales, consumer lending basics, performing real estate evaluations, and beginner through advanced C&I and CRE underwriting skills. Andy weaves over fifteen years of banking experiences and stories into each class and uses real world examples to reinforce concepts and entertain attendees. He has served as a Personal Banker, Credit Analyst, Commercial Lender, and Chief Credit Officer in community and national banks. Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Kansas State University and a Masters of Business Administration at East Carolina University.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations.

Sep
30
Mon
Universal Banker Certification Series @ North Carolina Bankers Association
Sep 30 – Oct 3 all-day

 

Registration Rates
Full Series: $1,350 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $1,400 (Regular – after 9/16)
Single Day Registration: $385 (Early Bird – 9/16) / $435 (Regular – after 9/16)

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The complete Universal Banker Certification Series is a four-day program. Attendees can either elect to register for the full series, or for the individual segments. To view the full program overview with descriptions and a video highlight, please CLICK HERE.

The Goals

  1. An understanding of the challenges in community banking
  2. An opportunity to learn about the best UX-user/customer experience
  3. The ability to plan for the impact of technology, artificial intelligence, and self-service on the community bank and banker
  4. The skills to be an ambassador for the bank, and build your personal network

Who Should Attend

Bankers from any department within the bank. These bankers may be new hires, beginning bankers, or bankers with years of experience. They are the emerging bankers who want to become qualified to move laterally or forward in the organization.

The Agenda

Day 1 – Culture Shifting in Community Banks 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Maximizing performance in the branch, especially when it’s not busy and maximizing the Universal Banker’s own performance as an individual contributor on the branch team.

  • Why community banks fail to compete
  • How technology is revolutionizing our business
  • Winning qualities of an effective universal banker
  • Creating the advisory environment across the bank
  • Growing the community bank appropriately
  • Branch staffing model – layers are collapsing
  • Challenges in changing culture
  • Analyzing staff performance across the bank
  • Critical thinking – see the big picture of company growth goals
  • War games – plan to protect your company’s market share from the competition
  • The why’s – learn the why I am doing something and the interworking of the job using the 80/20 rule
  • Assignment to be completed by Day 2 – Improve a Work Process

Day 2 – Wowing the Customer 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to ask great customer questions, working with customers to identify goals and dreams and selling appropriate products to actualize dreams and goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 1 assignment findings to the class – Improve a Work Process
  • Expectations from top customers, whether they visit us at the branch or not
  • Growing the client relationship – onboarding and all-aboarding
  • Dream building insights – dreams you are finding through client encounters
  • Establishing baseline service standards – hear the dream; pick the product
  • Creating the ultimate UX (user/customer experience) – being a brand advocate
  • Great cross-selling – asking great questions to get the client talking to discover dreams
  • Data vs. data driven decision-making – discover ways to convert more relationships into business
  • Streamlining your work processes – red carpet exercise
  • iGen and millennial customers – trouble and opportunity ahead, must be able to manage relationships up and down with co-workers, and with customer relationships
  • Develop leadership skills and wow your employer – they will take notice
  • Team work and flexibility go both ways – employee and employer – there is no departmental – only one employer
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 3 (for full series attendees only) – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise

Day 3 – Your Advisory Role
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning how to recognize a sales cue and a buying signal, and learning how to leverage technology and social media as tools to help customers reach financial goals.

  • Present each team’s Day 2 assignment findings to the class – Dream and Red Carpet Exercise
  • Bank products – What company products do you use?
  • Growing the branch – The Bored Board Concept
  • Listening for opportunities – recognizing the sales cue or life cycle event and matching the bank’s products to help clients
  • The bank of the future – technology, artificial intelligence, and self service
  • Transitioning your branch to meet emerging trends
  • Team rewards – how does your team celebrate successes?
  • Social skills at events and during work time – how do you interact with clients in the lobby? How do you make a positive impression representing the company while away from work?
  • Social and business communication/etiquette
  • Social media – what to share on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Does it represent you well?
  • Assignment to be completed before Day 4 – Make a Bored Board

Day 4 – An Ambassadorship & Growth 
Key Skill Transfers to Take Away: Learning to leverage interactions away from the workplace to capture additional business, and learning to best represent the bank away from work. 

  • Present each team’s Day 3 assignment findings to the class – Make a Bored Board
  • Being an ambassador for your bank
    • Consider people you talk to within the community who mention financial issues
    • Networking with clients
    • Referrals discussion
    • Networking with referral sources and centers of influence
    • Networking with prospects
    • Building your network across lines of business at the company
    • Skills practice: scenarios on being an ambassador for the bank
  • Dress in public: better to overdress than under dress, and dress code standards at the company
  • Doing it right the first time – proofreading for accuracy
  • Assessing strengths and weaknesses – yours and the bank’s
  • Community bank case study: What can you improve back at the bank? What recommendations do you have to executive these improvements?
  • Summary of the series
  • Action plan to bring improvements back to work

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Jennie Sobecki – Owner & CEO, Focused Results

Jennie is the Owner and CEO of Focused Results, LLC, a sales and marketing strategy, consulting, and training firm, concentrating in results-driven process consulting and training experience in community banks and FI’s. An expert in designing and implementing sales efforts and processes, she designs solutions to drive top line growth through better utilization and training of existing sales forces, including sales management.

Jennie is a graduate of Indiana University and has a certificate in consulting services from Ball State University. Prior to joining Focused Results, she was Director of Sales and Marketing for a $3 billion bank holding company, Sales Manager for a high performing mid-level bank, and Director of Corporate Training for a large Midwest insurance company. A charismatic speaker and consultant, Jennie consults with numerous financial service organizations on revenue, sales, sales leadership, and organizational performance.

 

LODGING INFORMATION

The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $159/night for our attendees at the North Raleigh Hilton. To secure this discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at 919.872.2323 and ask for the NC Bankers Association discounted rate. This rate includes complimentary transportation to and from the North Hills Mall. The hotel is located two miles away from the NCBA.

Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their hotel reservations. Should you encounter any issues with your reservation, please contact Business Travel Sales Manager, Courtney Quatrara at 919.878.4914 or courtney.quatrara@hiltonraleighnh.com.

Sep
19
Thu
Webinar – Certified Banking Security Manager Training @ Online, Self-Paced
Sep 19 all-day

PROGRAM INFORMATION

We are partnering with SBS CyberSecurity to bring our members the Certified Banking Security Manager virtual training. This certification is self-paced, with a launch date of September 19. Attendees will be given a roster of all participants to allow for peer discussion and networking while taking the course. Total allowed time to complete the course is ten weeks and culminates with an exam to achieve the certification. Click HERE to watch a short video from the instructor for a more detailed description of the course.

SBS’s certified advantage helps you develop an entire information security program framework to take back to your institution. After competing this program, attendees will understand how to successfully implement and manage each component of the information security program, and their knowledge of layered security programs will be boosted. Attendees will gain confidence in their decision making after learning comprehensive cybersecurity knowledge. In addition, they will dive into FFIEC cybersecurity guidelines.

Specific topics include:

  • U.S. Information Security Laws and Regulations
  • Information Security Program Components
  • Security & Awareness Programs
  • IT Audit
  • Social Engineering
  • Preparing for IT Examinations
  • Running Effective IT & Audit Committees

This program should be attended by Managers, ISOs, Security Officers, Auditors, Operations Officers, IT Managers and anyone in Compliance. This is a must attend program! Below is a testimonial to this program and instructor, Chad Knutson:

SBS and Chad helped me by providing the tools and information to be successful in reporting, documenting and creating proper assessments. As well as how to structure an adequate BIA and BCP plan, and those things necessary to prepare for an Audit or Exam. Taking the course helped build my confidence in my job field. I would recommend the CBSM course to anyone wishing to enhance their knowledge of the expectations of the IT Program of their institution.”
– Hilarie Haack, GA

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Chad Knutson – Senior Information Security Consultant, SBS CyberSecurity

Chad is a Senior Information Security Consultant and is President of the SBS Institute for SBS CyberSecurity. SBS works with more than 900 banks around the country on information security services such as the development of Information Security Programs, Policies, and Risk Assessments, along with performing IT Audits, Penetration Tests, Vulnerability Assessments and other security services. Chad is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and Certified in Risk and Information Security Controls (CRISC).

Jun
9
Sun
Camp Challenge @ YMCA Camp Weaver
Jun 9 – Aug 2 all-day

Sign up to volunteer at Camp Challenge this summer during one of our Financial Literacy classes! Classes are held Monday through Friday, and last from 9:00 am-12:30 pm. Camp Challenge runs for eight consecutive weeks from June 9 – August 2. To learn more and sign up, click here!

Aug
1
Thu
NCYB Triangle Networking Event @ Courtyard by Marriott Chapel Hill
Aug 1 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come celebrate the first day of August with a cold drink and get to know some of your fellow young bankers! Click here to learn more and RSVP.

Feb
23
Sun
NC Young Bankers Conference 2020 @ Embassy Suites Historic District - Charleston, S.C.
Feb 23 – Feb 25 all-day

More information will be available soon!