WASHINGTON—The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) will host workshops in Chicago and San Antonio on September 26-27 for directors, senior management, and other key executives of national community banks and federal savings associations.
The Building Blocks: Developing Strong Management workshop, to be held September 26-27 in Chicago, is focused on strategy, people, and oversight. Participants will learn about current issues impacting bank supervision; board responsibilities, duties, and governance; and risk management, succession planning, and matters requiring attention on a report of examination.
The Compliance Risk: Understanding the Rules workshop on September 26 in San Antonio, focuses on the critical elements of an effective compliance risk management program. Participants will review major compliance risks and critical regulations, identify compliance red flags, and learn about common OCC examination findings related to compliance risk.
The Credit Risk: Recognizing and Responding to Risk workshop on September 27 in San Antonio, covers the roles of the board and management, credit risk within the loan portfolio, and how to stay informed of changes in credit risk.
The fee for each workshop is $99. Participants receive course materials, supervisory materials, and lunch.
To register online and view the schedule and locations of other workshops, visit the OCC’s website. For additional questions about the workshops, please contact the OCC Bank Director Workshop Team at (202) 649-6490 or [email protected].