This seminar is a “sequel” to the 101 course and is best taken after completion of that course, though it is not a prerequisite. The 201 course dives deeper into topics covered in basic course: analyzing a borrower’s balance sheet, income statement, collateral, and risk ratings.
Commercial banking can be intimidating because of its complexity and the risk-oriented nature of the work. This course is a clear and thorough introduction to the key concepts, terminology, and processes involved in credit and lending. It doesn’t assume much prior knowledge of the topic, so it’s ideal for those in their first year in the industry. Learners will walk away with a clear understanding of their job and how their specific role fits into the bank’s overall profitability goals.
This in-person program will provide participants with Treasury Management product and Treasury Management delivery models and best practices. We will review current industry trends, emerging products, the quickly changing cast of competitors and the strategic direction of the Treasury Management/Payments business line.
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.
American Bankers Association (ABA), Maryland Bankers Association (MBA) and Virginia Bankers Association (VBA) are joining together to host the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit for bankers nationwide. This event is designed to help bankers become an agent of change for the banking industry and for the community. The DEI Summit will help bankers master the leading practices for mitigating the systemic barriers that disadvantage marginalized groups in the industry—and give actionable steps to implement change.
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.