Revolutionize how you power your community
ICBA LIVE is the largest gathering of community bankers in the world. Hosted annually by ICBA, the event attracts thousands of community bankers looking to connect, share ideas, and leverage a wide array of educational opportunities — including thought provoking and inspiring general sessions, actionable learning labs, and peer-driven roundtables.
Be sure to catch the roundtable discussions, presentations, and learning labs with CLA professionals:
Thursday, March 14 | 9:30 – 10:10 a.m.
Speakers: Erica Crain and Erica Carlson
Learn the key risks such as strategic, operational, and financial and priorities for community banks in 2024 to consider and a collective approach to identifying, prioritizing, communicating, and monitoring/mitigating risk as part of an organized risk management approach.
The operating environment, market data, and regulatory scrutiny has changed and so have the risks facing financial institutions. As such, it is important to clearly identify the key emerging risks and how to mitigate/manage risk in a global sense and not in silos.
Friday, March 15 | 8 – 8:25 a.m.
Speakers: Josh Juergensen and Tim Dively
Although digital transformation is a key focus in community banking, the significance of establishing the proper infrastructure to drive success is often overlooked. We’ll explore how best to structure your bank to develop a culture of innovation.
Friday, March 15 | 8:35 – 9 a.m.
Speakers: Nick Meyer & Susan Sabo
This session is focused on the top regulatory priorities that banks need to address in the current financial landscape. The session aims to provide insights into the changing regulatory landscape and the importance of compliance in ensuring stability and trust in the banking sectors in 2024.
Saturday, March 16 | 8:30 – 9:20 a.m.
Speakers: David Heneke and Jon Markfort
Given the current interest rate environment, more attention is being placed on models being used by banks for a variety of reasons such as CECL, Asset Liability Management, etc. Model validations and third-party risk assessments are critical to ensure models are behaving as management expects and provide useful information for decision making. This session will cover the critical elements of a model validation and third-party risk assessment, to provide management teams with the tools necessary to effectively evaluate the models in use within their institution.
We look forward to seeing you there!