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Community Banking Forum – Ideas and Trends to Help Your Bank Compete (5 Live Online Webinars + Playbacks)
October 18, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm EDT$395
5 Online Webinars Live Streaming directly to your office, conference room or mobile device
The Community Banking Forum has been designed exclusively for executive officers and board members of community banks. This special day-long series of 5 live banking webinars is hosted by Wipfli CPAs and Consultants, and broadcast exclusively from BankersHub. This exciting event for community banks and credit unions will provide you and your staff with information on and insight into current topics that are deeply impacting community banks today. The speakers, topics, and value-added information, combined with the opportunity to network with your peers, make this event one you will not want to miss!
And don’t forget that you don’t just save the travel expense by viewing from the comfort of your home or office, but your registration entitles you to 3 log-ins as well as the playback recordings for downloading and viewing within your firm!
Live-Streaming Agenda for The Community Banking Forum (Thursday, October 18, 2018)
All 5 Live Webinars for just
$549 $395!, including Playbacks!
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Economy – Good, but With A Caveat
(9:30 am – 10:30 am ET)
Speaker: Elliot Eisenberg PhD (aka Bowtie Economist), Chief Economist – GraphsandLaughs, LLC
|The Economic Forecast. Attend this entertaining and informative presentation on the economy and banking. Learn from Dr. Eisenberg how GDP growth will perform, how labor markets and wages will do, what path interest rates are likely to follow and how a whole host of other economic variables (including consumer confidence, new automobile sales, household leverage levels and energy prices) will behave and the market will perform. Dr. Eisenberg will look at credit conditions, default and foreclosure rates, the impact of student debt and more. He will then briefly turn his attention to the condition of all state economies and compare local economies with each other.|
Top Five Actions You Can Take to Prevent Becoming a Victim of Cyber Crime
(10:30 am – 11:30 am ET)
Speaker: Mark Scholl, Partner – Wipfli
|You can’t have an effective cybersecurity strategy if you don’t know what you’re up against. Cyber crime has evolved to more targeted attacks, leading to account takeover, financial scams, web attacks and even extortion. This cyber webinar will cover the most common cyber threats against financial institutions, the top five actions to take to prevent becoming a victim and what you should be doing to prepare for responding to an incident.|
FinTech Update: How Banks are Moving Forward
(11:45 am – 1:15 pm ET)
Speakers: Marcie Bomberg, Sr Manager – Wipfli; Mark Oliphant, Sr Consultant – Wipfli; Girish Ramachandra, Sr Manager – Wipfli
|New technologies and innovations that aim to compete with traditional financial services are emerging. Banks are struggling with digital transformation strategies and how to stay relevant in the new marketplace. This session will include:
– An overview of digital transformation and how FinTech fits in.
– The current landscape of FinTech.
– Results of our research and what we’ve learned over the past year.
– A panel discussion about digital transformation, FinTech, and the industry (and Q&A).
– Where and how to get started.
Coloring Outside the Lines – Lessons Learned from Steve Jobs
(2:15 pm – 3:30 pm ET)
Keynote Speaker: Jeff Tobe M.Ed, Founder – Coloring Outside the Lines
|This fast-paced, fun and content-rich program combines Jeff Tobe’s presentation on how to go beyond service to consider the customer experience with lessons learned from Steve Jobs on creativity and innovation. Interspersed in Jeff’s presentation are clips from a never-seen-before interview conducted in 1995 with Steve Jobs. Jeff inspires thought and discussion with participants on the future of the financial services profession, considering where it has been and where it is going. Jeff ties it all together by getting people to think like Steve Jobs thought. No matter what your past impressions of Jobs might have been, he was a master of ‘disruption’ and Tobe provokes audiences to think about how they might disrupt the banking profession AND become more “customer-centric.” We now have to consider our customer ‘touchpoints’, take ownership and tweak them to change the customer experience leading to attaining and retaining customers.|
Enhancing Shareholder Value – Growth Culture Required
(3:30 pm – 4:30 pm ET)
Speakers: Stacia Skinner, President – Creative Training Solutions Ltd; Jeff Niesen, SVP – Bankers’ Bank
|Think about this question: If your number one customer left your bank today, do you have enough growth potential to not be hurt by this event, or could you make up the lost revenue in a very short period of time?
In today’s ever-changing banking environment, retention and growth of accounts are the keys to success for community banks. But how do you embrace a growth and sales culture without sacrificing customer service? We will be exploring ideas to help your bank increase revenue while retaining and growing your business with existing customers. This will involve looking at customers in a new way and figuring out how to offer them products that can provide the most positive impact to their business. Sales is not about selling a product or service. Sales is about helping our customers achieve what they are trying to accomplish. Our goal is to help you to do this.
Date of Event
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Credits for the 5 Webinars
About Wipfli CPAs and Consultants
With over 2,000 associates, 49 offices in the United States and two offices in India, Wipfli ranks among the top 20 accounting and business consulting firms in the nation. Wipfli is also a member of Allinial Global, an accounting firm association of legally independent accounting and consulting firms with offices in North America and throughout the world through international members and partnerships.
We enjoy a solid reputation as industry experts and as a trusted business advisor to more than 60,000 clients including: manufacturing companies, construction companies, contractors and developers, real estate companies, health care organizations, financial institutions, insurance companies, nonprofit organizations, units of government, dealerships, and individuals.
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