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2013 Bank Director's Bank Audit Committee Conference (Chicago, IL)

Insight on Oversight

Hosted By: BankDirector

Thursday - Friday, June 6-7, 2013

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To receive a special $400 "Friend of the Firm" discount off of the individual registration rate, reference "BARACK2013" (typed in all caps) when registering online or by calling BankDirector's conference department at 877.397.7595.

The JWMarriott

151 West Adams

Chicago, IL 60603

Barack Ferrazzano Financial Institutions Group Partners Joseph T. Ceithaml, Robert M. Fleetwood, and John M. Geiringer will be speaking at the 2013 Bank Audit Committee Conference.  During this two day event respected advisers, experienced bank officers and audit committee chairs will provide legitimate, practical approaches to help your board tackle critical audit committee issues.  

Tomorrow's Challenges & Today's Priorities
June 6  I  9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
John M. Geiringer

As regulators and requirements continue to evolve, audit committees cannot always wait for the Federal Reserve or other agencies to release guidance to get a sense of the potential impact on their institution. Economic uncertainty, new political appointments and evolving regulatory expectations continue to pose significant challenges for audit committee oversight. This panel lays out some of the most pressing regulatory issues today and on the horizon.

Board Basics: Audit 101
June 6  I  2:10 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Robert M. Fleetwood

Audit committee members are required to understand a broad range of highly technical financial, audit and risk management issues, and this informative session identifies the key information that every audit committee member needs to know.

Public Community Banks
June 6  I  3:15 p.m. - 4:05 p.m.
Joseph T. Ceithaml

These breakout sessions get specific and into the nitty-gritty accounting issues that confront audit committee members. From setting loss reserves, accounting for mergers, mark to market... a long list of issues will be discussed within these peer breakout sessions.

Please visit BankDirector.com for more information or to register for the event.

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