Accelerated transformation and evolving consumer demand over the past few years means that banks are adapting to keep up with new operational realities.
In addition, change and disruption in the wake of the pandemic means many financial institutions have fast-tracked their efforts to adapt to changing regulatory guidance, recruit and retain top talent, and make key investments in digital infrastructure and new technologies.
If you are looking for that “Window of Opportunity” to deepen relationships with existing and potential customers amongst all this acceleration, the attorneys at Dickinson Law are creating some great presentations focusing on the issues that banks are facing at the 2022 Banking Law Seminar on September 8th.
A complete agenda has just been released:
9:00: Welcome – Attorney Howard Hagen
9:00 – 9:20: Commercial Lending/Loan Documentation: Best Practices for Commitment Letter and Term Sheets with Attorneys Ben Bruner & Jeff Baxter
9:20 – 9:40: How You Could Get Sued for Wire Transfers with Attorney John Lande
9:40 – 10:00: Chapter 490: Why the Revisions to the Iowa Business Corporation Act Matter to Banks and Bank Holding Companies with Attorney Brad Kruse
10:00 – 10:20: Break & Networking
10:20 – 10:40: Chapter 524: What You Need to Know About the Revisions to the Iowa Banking Act with Attorney Brad Kruse
10:40 – 11:00: Responding to Subpoenas with Attorney Mary Zambreno
11:00 – 11:45: M&A Panel with Attorneys Bryan O’Neill, Amy Plummer, David Repp, and Melissa Schilling. Moderated by Attorney Howard Hagen
11:45 – 12:20: Lunch Break & Networking
12:20 – 1:00: Case Law Updates and Employer Retention Credits with Attorneys Sierra McConnell, Rachel Soderstrum, and Charles Telk
1:00 – 2:00: Understanding Uncertain and Evolving Times in Banking – A Perspective with Attorney Howard Hagen
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