Please join us for the 2015 Banking Conference

April 22, 2015 at 10:40 am Leave a comment

Please join us for the 2015 Banking Conference on Wednesday, May 6. This informative event will include discussion on recent developments in the banking industry. Topics will include:

  • Bankruptcy Risk
  • Domestic Holds on Deposit Accounts
  • Keeping the Guarantor on the Hook
  • Spousal Guarantees
  • Deposit Account Takeovers
  • Consumer Financial Services
  • Tax Credit Finance
  • Banking Marijuana Businesses
  • Vendor Diligence and Contracting
  • ACH Origination Fraud Risk
  • M&A Update

In addition, attendees will hear from a panel of banks and regulators on a variety of top bank issues and concerns.

This seminar will be presented live from our Kansas City, Minneapolis and Denver offices and video-conferenced to our St. Louis, Wichita, Phoenix and Omaha offices. Registration begins at 1PM (CDT). The seminar starts at 1:30PM (CDT) and will be followed by a reception at 5PM (CDT).

Reserve my seat for the 2015 Banking Conference

View the full agenda online.

Visit our website for exact office locations.

CLE credit is approved in:

NE 3.25 hours open

KS 3.5 hours open

MO 3.9 hours

AZ 3.25 hours

MN & CO pending

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