Kansas Bankers Association

2020 CFO/Controller/Financial Manager Discussion Forum - Limited to 30 registrants, two per bank.

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Program Content

The role of the bank CFO/Controller is becoming increasingly challenging as interest margins are compressed, the accounting, tax and regulatory environment remain in a state of flux and competition is intensified. Join this facilitated platform to share information, exchange ideas, and discuss important issues with peers.  
 
The Pandemic - The Story of 2020… Impact on Banking, Your Communities, and Your Bank
Industry Updates - National and Kansas Financial Results
Exam Experience - Past and Future Experiences and Expectations
PPP - An Industry Opportunity or Problem … Loans, Fees, and Forgiveness Experiences
EIDL and Main Street Lending Program Updates - Impact on Your Bank
Funding and Liquidity Issues - What are you Doing to Lower Your Cost of Funds?
Employee Issues - Safety Concerns, Vacation Issues, Travel Issues, Remote Workplace, and Hiring for the Future
Budget Concerns - Expectations for Asset and Profit Growth in 2020
 
 
Recommended for 7.0 hours CPE Credit.


Last year's attendees had this to say:

“The whole seminar was valuable.” 
“Great information and discussion.” 
“Good opportunity to allow us to see what other banks are doing.”


Presenter

Karl Nelson is the Founder and CEO of KPN Consulting, an organization engaged in the ALCO, Funding, and Liquidity arena. His career has included senior positions with Silverton Bank, IDC Deposits, and Promontory  Interfinancial Network. In addition, Karl served as a Senior Vice President with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta from 1991 through 2002 where he managed the sales and marketing, strategic planning, and trade  association/regulatory outreach efforts and served on the bank’s ALCO.  

 

We will allow for social distancing as required by current guidelines.

 

Registration Fees

KBA Members: $250
Non-members: $450
Add $25 if registering after August 28, 2020