The GSB Online Seminar Series

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Presenter:  Aaron Lewis, Young & Associates This 90-minute program will be presented live on: May 4, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Central Time Recording available through: August 4, 2021 Price: $275   Lending to churches and other nonprofit organizations can be a meaningful activity in promoting the bank within the communities it serves, provide for exposure to broader audiences influenced by the nonprofit organization, and support community activities and organizations that have meaningful societal impact. Lending to churches and nonprofit organizations, however, does not come without risk. This insightful presentation will provide lending personnel involved in church and other nonprofit lending activity with valuable information pertaining to the assessment of the church or nonprofit, including critical information to be collected. This session will cover: Benefits and risks associated with lending to churches and other nonprofit organizations Nonprofit accounting standard Tax Return Form 990 Underwriting and lending to churches and nonprofit organizations including critical information collection Target Audience:  This presentation is intended for lending department personnel with responsibility for originating, underwriting, and/or approving loans to churches and other nonprofit organizations. Read More

Get these programs together at a discount: Manage Your Core Assets: Teams     Live on October 20, recording available through January 20, 2021 Manage Your Core Assets: Relationships     Live on October 20, recording available through January 20, 2021 Manage Your Core Assets: Brand      Live on October 29, recording available through January 29, 2021 Read More

Presenter:  Aaron Lewis, Young & Associates This 90-minute program will be presented live on: April 21, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Central Time Recording available through: July 21, 2021 Price: $275 The identification and management of loans considered to be troubled debt restructurings has provided bankers with frustration, especially since the broad use of modifications stemming from the 2008 recession. This frustration, which continues today, has caused a number of banks either to not report TDRs, account for them incorrectly or avoid needed modifications altogether in order to avoid the topic. This presentation will take the mystery out of TDR management and provide the attendee with a greater degree of confidence as they manage credits considered to be TDR. Topics to be covered include: Properly identifying loans considered to be TDR Including circumstances where a modification might not be considered a TDR Managing TDR including Risk Rating Accrual Status Impact on the ALLL – including credits considered collateral-dependent and not collateral-dependent Brief commentary regarding troubled debt restructurings and the Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) model Regulatory Reporting Addressing the common phrase: ‘Once a TDR, Always a TDR? – is this true? Discussion regarding Section 4013 modifications and relationship to TDR reporting as prescribed in the CARES Act Target Audience: This presentation is intended for personnel involved with the restructuring or modification of credits which could be identified as TDR including those responsible for the reporting of TDR and its impact on the Bank’s ALLL. Read More

Presented by: Ascensus  This 60-minute program will be presented live on: January 27, 10:00-11:00 a.m. Central Time Recording available through: April 27, 2021 Price: $225   To avoid IRS penalties, financial organizations must use the correct IRA opening documents and those documents must be current. They also must be aware of any changes to the rules and regulations contained in these documents. This webinar provides information on how to properly establish Traditional and Roth IRAs, as well as how to amend the IRAs to ensure that they are kept up to date. Read More

Presenter:  Eric Chase, SBS CyberSecurity, LLC This 90-minute program will be presented live on: March 26, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Central Time Recording available through: June 26, 2021 Price: $275   The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report suggests 96% of breaches involve phishing emails. In 2018 the report suggested that 78% of employees can go a whole year without clicking on a phishing email, but that 4% of employees will click on everyone one. With hundreds of thousands of people working in financial institutions around the country, we have a high potential level of risk. Cybercriminals have also weaponized tools into phishing emails that can compromise our systems and takeover control. Phishing campaigns have been automated and are distributed as a service “crime-as-a-service” to other cybercriminals looking for repeatable processes to conduct mass scale phishing campaigns. Considering the high probability of people to fall victim and the damaging destruction phishing can cause, it positions phishing as a digital weapon of mass destruction.   This discussion will highlight the advancements in cybercrime and social engineering that are targeting our people resources. Best practices will be discussed for processes necessary to improve the weakest links in our institutions. With a reliable process, we can measure the level of risk and implement effective risk mitigating controls.   This presentation will cover the following areas/topics: Trends in Cyber Security Attacks Social Engineering – what you need to know Latest Phishing Scams Logical controls to reduce risk around people Creating positive cybersecurity culture Deploying continual and ongoing educational programs Unique ideas on educating people Automated phishing tests   Target Audience:  information security officer, IT manager, risk officer, internal auditor, and executives looking to understand expectations around business continuity risks.   This program qualifies for the following CPE Credits through the SBS Institute: 1.5 CPEs*: CBBCP, CBSM, CBVM ISC2*: Estimated 1.5 hrs. CISSP.  ISACA*: Estimated 1.5 hrs. CISA/CISM/CRISC. *Self-Reporting Read More

Presenter:   David Osburn, Osburn & Associates, LLC This 90-minute program will be presented live on: December 9, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Central Time Recording available through: March 9, 2021 Price: $275   What should the bank do and not do when a good loan turns into a bad loan and the payments are severely delinquent? Attend this seminar to learn how to better manage problem loans and protect the rights of the bank in today’s market! The question will be answered by addressing the legal rights of the bank and the practical steps that the bank should take in order to protect itself. This will include the collection process, restructuring the loan, and/or proceeding against the borrower through repossession, foreclosure, filing a law suit to obtain a judgment, forcing the borrower into bankruptcy or simply walking away. This section will also include the outside influence from the banking regulators.  The program will begin with a review of the basics of how a commercial loan request should be processed in today’s market i.e. avoiding problem loans. This will include a brief review of correct business structure, the six elements of proper loan structure, and the four aspects of adequate loan support.  The seminar concepts will be summarized through case studies. Program Topics: Review the management of problem loans Process a commercial loan in today’s market-correct business structure, loan structure, and loan support Face the reality that some loans go bad Determine the bank’s strategy in protecting itself-collections, restructuring the loan, repossession, foreclosure, filing a law suit to obtain a judgment, forcing the borrower into bankruptcy or walking away Assess outside influence by the banking regulators Apply the concepts through case studies Target Audience:  Commercial lenders, credit analysts, loan documentation specialists, branch managers, assistant branch managers, private bankers, and business development officers Read More

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