Tuesday, September 18, 2018 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
Lenders often become adept at financing unique types of borrowings, but as they penetrate a given area, this specialization also runs the risk of becoming a concentration. In today's market, several types of lending have become frequent specializations--agricultural lending, SBA lending, ABL lending, and energy lending.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM ET
Helps businesses understand why institutions routinely change account security options, and provides attendees with a better understanding of what all the options really offer to help the business protect their accounts. Also explore which security controls are considered stronger and which controls are often defeated. Dual-control, out-of-band authentication, transaction analytics, behavior analytics, biometrics, and more are explored.
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
The banking industry strives for strong credit culture, but what does that mean? What is a culture, and what makes it strong? How does an organization improve its culture? What are the basic elements of culture, and what must be monitored to ensure that is on track?
Join Dev Strischek in this webinar to find the answers to these questions, including risk appetite vs. credit tolerance, setting corporate priorities and selecting the appropriate culture, credit strategy, degree of risk management, and policies and processes needed to achieve the priorities.
Executive management is expected to take the lead in establishing successful credit risk management and a sound credit culture to support the organization's credit risk strategies.
In this webinar Dev Strischek will offer bank directors some tips on how to monitor their bank's credit risk managment efforts, including credit discipline tools, in their overview responsibilities.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM ET
Session explores how technology can help a financial institution expose and mitigate risk and fraud. Behavioral analytics, transaction analytics, monitoring and measuring incoming items and returns, filters and blocks, biometrics and more.
This session will explore all elements of your business continuity plan, including design, testing and implementation.
Every financial institution should have a tested business continuity plan. This plan should prepare your institution for when something goes wrong. The potential for disaster is limitless, from short term software failure to long term facilities loss. Having a plan in place will help your institution deal with these disasters with confidence and in an effective and efficient manner.