This one-day program will provide a basic understanding of bank Treasury Management (also known as Cash Management) products and services. We will discuss how these products provide value to business clients and banks, identify new and trending products and their effect on traditional Treasury Management products, consider who your new and varied competitors are, and describe the linkage between business deposit acquisition and Treasury Management product sales.
This seminar is designed to increase the lending knowledge and administrative effectiveness of one of the most important positions in a community bank’s lending staff – the loan assistant/loan processor. All the objectives of this program are directed at increasing the performance effectiveness of these individuals.
While “relationship-based” lending is one of the foundations of community banking, today’s economic environment demands a complete understanding of your borrower’s repayment capacity. This course focuses on the fundamental concepts that lenders must understand when underwriting commercial loan requests.
Through the use of highly qualified instructors and a challenging
curriculum, the VBA School of Bank Management is designed to
provide a multi-dimensional educational experience in banking.
Upon completion of three one-week summer sessions and eight home
study problems, students will have developed a range of skills
that should both enhance current performance and qualify them as
candidates for advancement.
This conference is designed for emerging banking leaders and members of the Virginia Bankers Association Emerging Bank Leaders (EBL) group. This conference will give Emerging Bank Leaders the opportunity to share ideas and network with peers from across the state. You do not have to be an EBL member to attend.
The Lending & Credit Conference is the premier educational and networking event for lending professionals in Virginia and focuses on navigating through today’s economic and regulatory environment to help prepare you for lending challenges that lay ahead.