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2019 FDIC Community Bankers Workshop
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When: 10/10/19
10:45 AM
Where: Ramkota Hotel
800 N. Poplar Street
Casper, Wyoming  82601
United States
Presenter: FDIC
Contact: Cheryl Johnston

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The 2019 Community Bankers Workshop is designed to help bank executive and mid-level officers, both new and experienced, stay abreast of the ever-changing business, economic, and regulatory envi-ronment. The workshop will be led by seasoned risk management and compliance field examiners and supervisors from the San Francisco Region (Region). This year, the workshop is very much tailored to the particular location and anticipated audience size. We consulted local field supervisors and bankers regard-ing topics of interest in their geographical area. As such, topics will vary from location to location. The workshop will also include a local economic update presented by the FDIC’s Division of Insurance and Research. Below, you will find a description of topics being covered.



Liquidity – Many bankers in the Region are experi-encing significant competition for core deposits and find themselves relying more and more on non-core funding to meet liquidity needs as their bank grows in this robust economy. We will highlight considerations for bank cash flow analysis, liquidity stress testing, and contingency funding plans, all of which serve as strong risk management techniques.


Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) – This presentation provides transparency into the CRA eval-uation process and the content that examiners review in assigning ratings. We will cover the different types of CRA evaluations, the processes examiners follow, qualifying community development activities and best practices, CRA self-assessments, and CRA hot topics.


Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) – The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s CECL changes will begin phasing in during 2020. As banks begin to implement CECL, examiners will focus time and attention to the topic during our bank examina-tions. The workshop will discuss expectations for community banks in implementing CECL, including walking attendees through various methodologies.



    10:30-10:45 am         Registration

    10:45-11:00 am         Introductory Remarks

    11:00-12:00 pm         Liquidity

    12:00-1:15 pm           Lunch & Economics Presentation    

    1:15-2:30 pm             Community Reinvestment Act

    2:30-2:45 pm             Break

    2:45-4:00 pm            Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL)

    4:00-4:15 pm            Closing Remarks


Who Should Attend?

Executive and mid-level bank officers. In particular, CFOs may be interested in the various breakout ses-sions. Community bank directors may wish to attend if they are interested in detailed information on the instruction topics. Again, please consult the agenda for specific topics offered at the local workshop.


Interested participants will receive Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for their attendance.


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