3601 Haworth Drive - Raleigh
Banks aren’t just responsible for their own business continuity plans – they must also ensure that critical vendors have properly drafted, executed and tested plans. Is your bank properly addressing the connection and overlap of vendor management and business continuity planning? Have you tested this connection yet?
At this workshop, attendees will learn how best to:
- Assess and break down silos between departments handling vendor management and business continuity planning
- Manage third-party vendors via risk assessment, cybersecurity threats, vendor due diligence, monitoring and contract structuring
- Identify critical vendors and key contract provisions
- Structure a tabletop exercise of plans to exercise third-party service provider risk
- Communicate essential information during and after a business disaster
In addition, registrants will participate in a tabletop exercise to learn best practices for organizing, preparing for and conducting an effective tabletop test of a BCP plan to include third-party service provider considerations.
Workshop attendees will also receive a corresponding whitepaper, which will provide additional details on the program information covered.
Michael Carpenter – Vice President of Risk Management, Ncontracts
Mr. Carpenter comes to Ncontracts as a Solutions Architect after having built solid expertise in all facets of risk management throughout his 20-year career. He has built and run programs such as Board of Director training/reporting, BSA/AML, ID theft and red flags, information security, compliance management system, and more – making him an indispensable resource in helping bankers understand the need for third-party and risk management. Mr. Carpenter has worked in both small community financial institutions as well as larger institutions such as KeyBank and Chase Bank.
Paul Viancourt – Vice President & Solutions Architect, Ncontracts
Paul Viancourt focuses on assisting financial institutions in quantifying their risk profile and mitigating the associated risks. He has 20 years of banking experience, with diverse specialties including regulatory compliance, BSA, fraud, audit, enterprise risk management, and information security. Mr. Viancourt has worked in institutions ranging in size from $100 million to over $40 billion in assets, thus understanding the unique challenges that the size of an organization with regard to risk and compliance. He is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing a terminal degree in business administration. He holds a master’s degree in Economic Crime Management, and is certified as an anti-money laundering specialist, fraud examiner, internal auditor, and regulatory compliance manager.
The NCBA has secured a discounted rate of $189/night for our attendees at the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below. To secure a room through the hotel’s website, please use corporate code T1954.
In addition, the NCBA also has a corporate rate at the Raleigh North Hills Hilton, which is $182/night. To secure this discounted rate, please use the link below.