Events
Multiple Dates and Locations
This Crowe Horwath LLP conference will provide a venue for networking, peer-to-peer interaction, and insight from both national and local perspectives on topics pertinent to financial institutions.

Event Details

CPE Credit Event

Join industry thought leaders from Crowe Horwath LLP for our annual financial services industry update in this important year of sweeping regulatory changes that could dramatically affect your financial institution. Gain insight from nationally recognized speakers on topics covered to help your institution comply with regulatory guidelines, manage risk, and increase performance, all while networking with peers and industry experts.

Schedule

Exact start/end times may vary by location, and specific agendas with timing will be distributed at a later date.
Depending on your location’s start/end times, a continental breakfast and/or lunch will be provided.

Register

Please click on locations below to review date, time, sessions, CPE information per location, and register.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated hours and field(s) of study found in specific location registration information.
Additional CPE Information

Cost

There is no cost for this course; therefore, there is no cancellation fee.


Contact Information

For more information, please email Laura Snyder or call +1 404 442 1637.

Locations

Nov. 9, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center
70 Yorktown Center
Lombard, IL 60148

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

Nov. 13, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The New Yorker (Wyndham) Hotel
481 Eighth Ave.           
New York, NY 10001

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder 

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 6.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 3.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

Nov. 16, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center
100 Green Meadows Drive S.
Lewis Center, OH 43035

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 7.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 4.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Risk Management and M&A

This session will offer best practices for assessing and managing the risks prevalent in bank M&A, including risks for targets as well as potential buyers. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to better assess the risks of bank M&A and apply some best practices in their organization.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

Nov. 16, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Indianapolis Marriott North
3645 River Crossing Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 7.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 4.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Risk Management and M&A

This session will offer best practices for assessing and managing the risks prevalent in bank M&A, including risks for targets as well as potential buyers. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to better assess the risks of bank M&A and apply some best practices in their organization.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations. 

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

Nov. 16, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development
Michigan State University
3535 Forest Road
Lansing, MI 48910

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 7.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 4.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Risk Management and M&A

This session will offer best practices for assessing and managing the risks prevalent in bank M&A, including risks for targets as well as potential buyers. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to better assess the risks of bank M&A and apply some best practices in their organization.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

Nov. 16, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Marriott Louisville East
1903 Embassy Square Blvd.
Louisville, KY 40299

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 6.5
Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 3.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Risk Management and M&A

This session will offer best practices for assessing and managing the risks prevalent in bank M&A, including risks for targets as well as potential buyers. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to better assess the risks of bank M&A and apply some best practices in their organization.

Tax Reform

This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

Nov. 16, 2017
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Hard Rock Stadium
347 Don Shula Drive
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

Continuing Professional Education

Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
Fields of study: 1.0 accounting, 3.5 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

Agenda

CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

Cybersecurity

This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

Year-end Tax Update and Planning

The end of the year is just around the corner. Now is the time to implement 2018 tax planning strategies that can help you save time and maintain compliance. Crowe will provide the latest on critical tax issues from 2017 and keep you up to date on the latest tax reform developments and how businesses and individuals could be affected.

By participating in this session, you should be able to:

  • Discuss federal, state and local, and international tax developments
  • Prepare tax planning ideas for your organization

Assessing Your Incident Response Capabilities – Do You Have What it Takes?

In this session, our cyber incident response experts will discuss the essential capabilities for effective cybersecurity incident management. We will be following the phases of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) incident response framework (detection, analysis, containment, eradiation, and recovery).

By participating in this session, you should be able to:

  • Describe the incident handling processes and capabilities organizations need have in place to effectively respond to cybersecurity-related incidents
  • Measure an organization's incident response capabilities by asking appropriate questions of those in response roles
  • Recognize and explain specific incident response capabilities, as described within the NIST incident response framework 

Economic Outlook

This presentation will cover current economic trends and expectations regarding U.S. economic performance over the coming 2-5 years. Labor market trends, and interest rate & monetary policy will be primary discussion points.

As a result of participating in this session, you should be able to identify current economic trends with labor market, interest rates, monetary policy, and U.S. economic performance.
    Nov. 16, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
    700 Cool Springs Blvd.
    Franklin, TN 37067

    Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

    CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

    This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

    This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

    BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

    HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

    Nov. 16, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    The Ronald S. Cohen Learning Center
    320 East Jefferson Blvd.
    South Bend, IN 46624

    Registration is now closed for this location, we apologize for any inconvenience. For questions, please contact Laura Snyder.

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 7.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 4.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

    CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

    This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

    Risk Management and M&A

    This session will offer best practices for assessing and managing the risks prevalent in bank M&A, including risks for targets as well as potential buyers. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to better assess the risks of bank M&A and apply some best practices in their organization.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    Cybersecurity

    This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

    Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

    This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

    BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

    HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

    Nov. 28, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles
    900 W. Olympic Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90015


    Register

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

    CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

    This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    Cybersecurity

    This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

    BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

    HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

    Nov. 30, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Sutter Club
    1220 Ninth St.
    Sacramento, CA 95814


    Register

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

    CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

    This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    Cybersecurity

    This session will provide information on how to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks at financial institutions. It will include an update on SOC for cybersecurity requirements for independent cybersecurity reporting to the board of directors, audit committee, and other stakeholders. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess cybersecurity risks in their organizations.

    Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

    This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

    Dec. 5, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
    2121 McKinney Ave.
    Dallas, TX 75201


    Register

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

    HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

    Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

    This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.

    CECL Banker Panel

    Panelists will discuss how their institutions are implementing CECL and the significant issues and decisions made by those banks as part of implementing the new standard. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to apply first-hand implementation considerations necessary to assist in proper adoption of ASC Topic 326.

    Dec. 7, 2017
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead
    3434 Peachtree Road N.E.
    Atlanta, GA 30326


    Register

    Continuing Professional Education

    Estimated CPE hours: 5.5
    Fields of study: 2.5 accounting, 2.0 specialized knowledge, 1.0 tax

    Agenda

    Accounting and Financial Reporting Update

    This session will focus on the latest accounting and financial reporting developments of interest to financial institutions, covering recent developments from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Federal Financial Institutions Regulators, as well as their likely impact on financial institutions. As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to interpret and apply final accounting standards and changes in financial reporting for financial institutions. 

    CECL Implementation and Impact to Capital

    This session will cover practical implementation of the current expected credit loss (CECL) model, focusing on five key areas: risk identification, data inventory, resource capabilities, enabling technology, and governance and oversight. Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to assess their organization’s status with respect to the FASB’s standard on credit losses.

    Tax Reform

    This session will provide an overview of federal tax reform initiatives and offer potential planning strategies aimed at maximizing the benefit of a reduction to the federal income tax rate. At the end of this session, participants should be able to describe the financial statement impact of a corporate tax rate reduction and identify associated planning strategies.

    BSA/AML and Other Compliance Issues

    HMDA, HMDA+, beneficial ownership – compliance keeps getting more difficult. Learn how these changes will affect your compliance program in the upcoming months. As a result of attending this session, participants should have an updated perspective of pending regulatory changes and be able to recommend an improved compliance structure to their organization to help meet regulatory guidelines.

    Hot Topics in Business Risk Management

    This session will provide information on significant risks affecting the industry. It will include information on model risk management, third-party risk management, CRE concentrations, and cyberrisk. As a result of attending this session, attendees should be able to assess these business risks in their organizations.