CBAI Presents Community Bank Directors' College
June 26 - 27, 2019
SHAZAM Education Center
901 Community Drive
Springfield, IL 62703
Don't miss Barack Ferrazzano's Financial Institutions Group partner and Regulatory Section Leader John M. Geiringer's session on Regulatory Examinations, Enforcement Actions, and Fiduciary Duties at the Community Bank Directors' College presented by the Community Bankers Association of Illinois.
The Community Bank Directors' College was developed in close cooperation with both state and federal regulators and is designed to teach individuals how to become more effective, capable, and supportive members of their banks' board of directors. The College provides a thorough understanding of bank operations and bank directors' responsibilities. The College is recommended for both new and seasoned bank directors. It is structured as two, two-day sessions. The second sessions are a continuation of the sessions held in January. Either may be attended as a stand-alone course.
Regulatory Examinations, Enforcement Actions, and Fiduciary Duties
Wednesday, June 26 | 2:15-3:30 PM
John M. Geiringer, Partner & Regulatory Section Leader
John Geiringer is a nationally recognized banking attorney who advises financial institutions on regulatory, governance, and investigative matters. John regularly provides focused training sessions to boards and management on a wide range of legal and risk management topics.
- Types of Examinations
- CAMELS (Capital/Asset Quality/Management/Earnings/Liquidity/Sensitivity to Market Risk)
- Informal and Formal Enforcement Actions
- Director Liability Issues
About the Community Bankers Association of Illinois
The Community Bankers Association of Illinois (CBAI) is dedicated to keeping community banks competitive for the benefit of their customers and the communities they serve through delivery of quality education, effective political representation, and essential products and services.
To learn more about the CBAI, visit: https://www.cbai.com/index.php/about-cbai/mission-statement