The VBAConnect Conference brings together bankers from retail banking, marketing, human resources and training. Through a combination of general sessions, concurrent breakout sessions for each functional area and numerous opportunities to network with other bankers from around the state, this two-day conference will keep you abreast of the latest developments and trends within your functional area to help you make a meaningful impact on the organization you serve.
This two session 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.
Covid-19, economic recession, loan modifications and the slow and uneven business reopening are all causing risks that were not on any banks radar screens when 2020 started. Like the Great Depression, the pandemic will leave an indelible imprint on people. Is your bank ready? FinPro will discuss how to prepare from an interest rate risk perspective, stratify, analyze and stress test your loan portfolio in addition to dealing with all the excess liquidity on banks’ balance sheets. Banks can adapt and manage through these volatile and uncertain times while preparing for a long-term future. FinPro will discuss the demographic, economic, technology, regulatory, political, and infrastructure shifts that will occur in the near future. Understanding these shifts will be required to successfully navigate the new community banking “normal.”
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.