AGENDA - 2022 Check back often as we add speakers & events
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
Bank Director's Program - Pre-Convention Extra BUILDING A BETTER BOARD Philip Smith, Gerrish Smith Tuck 12:00 pm-3:45 pm, includes lunch $75 with convention registration $195 Director's Program only Board development from industry expert Philip Smith. Topics include
Director Legal Duties and Responsibilities
The Independence Question
Changing and Emerging Corporate Governance Issues
The Board’s Role in Strategic Planning
The Board’s Role in M&A
Fundamental Ways to Improve Meeting
5:30 PM Reception Kickoff the convention & trade show at this private reception for bankers & sponsors.
7:00 PM Dinner
Thursday, September 15, 2022 Education Sessions 7:00 am - 3:30 PM
ICBA - Your Voice in DC Sarah Getzlaff, CEO Security First Bank of North Dakota, ICBA Treasurer Sarah brings a banker's perspective on what is transpiring on Capitol Hill. CBW is proud to partner with ICBA to advocate for the community banking industry.
FDIC Update Kathy Moe, FDIC
Rapid Retention: 10 Reasons Employees Are Leaving & What You Can Do About It Joey Spivey, Shazam There is no shortage of research exploring the most common factors that drive employees away from organizations. This action-oriented session synthesizes that research, and pairs each of the ten most common reasons employees are leaving with impactful recommendations to ensure your bank is attracting and retaining top talent.
It's Always The Economy James Nowak, United Bankers Bank
3 Top Trends in Community Banking: Retail Video Analytics, Secure Managed Services, and Serverless Nextgen Cloud. Scott Fieber, Cook Solutions Group
Learn how retail, marketing, operations, and compliance can leverage video analytics to better understand your customers.
Discover the advantage of Truly Managed Services, and how they maximize efficiencies while reducing operational costs.
Find ways that the Nextgen Cloud can consolidate and simplify your check imaging back end.
12:00 PM - Lunch
Community Banking: A Bright New Outlook for an Old Industry Philip Smith, Gerrish Smith Tuck Let’s face it, community banking is, or at least seems like, an old industry. So, are community banks destined to fade into the sunset? Should we all simply find a larger bank to partner with and end our misery? No! There remains a bright outlook for community banks. This session will highlight the areas where community banks should focus to maintain organizational relevance, improve board governance, manage the current M&A market and be well-positioned for the bright and exciting future that community banks will hold in the financial services industry.
Fintech Showcase Charles Potts, ICBA Fintech contestants make their pitch to our panel of community banker "sharks"
5:30-7:00 PM - Trade Show & Silent Auction Auction to benefit CBW Education Scholarship Fund - supporting education for community bankers.
7:00-9:00 PM - Dinner
Friday, September 16, 2022
7:00 AM - Breakfast
8:00 AM - CBW Annual Meeting
Advocacy Update Brad Tower & Troy Nichols, Phillips Burgess Government Relations Brad and Troy will discuss the successes of our lobbying effort in the 2016 legislative session, and recommend actions you can take to promote community banking with our state policy makers.
11:30 AM - Vendor Drawings & Grand Prize - Must be present to win!