Recorded: March 27, 2013
Length: 60 Minutes
The ability to raise capital is becoming ever more important for healthy banks that want to grow and acquire and for troubled banks striving to survive in a challenging economic and regulatory environment. At the same time, the collapse of pooled trust preferred opportunities and uncertain IPO markets are limiting traditional sources of capital. This 60 minute audio conference will illustrate a number of creative ways community banks can raise both offensive and defensive capital in the current market. This session will also discuss the likely impact of Basel III on future capital requirements for U.S. community banks.
Speaker: Peter G. Weinstock
Peter Weinstock, Co-Practice Group Leader of the national firm of Hunton & Williams. Peter's practice focuses on corporate and regulatory representation of small ($10-15 million) to mid-size (several billion dollars) financial institutions.
For the past 14 years, Peter has served as co-editor of ICBA's, "Subchapter S: The Next Generation" newsletter. He is the author of numerous articles in law and banking publications. His article, "Acquisitions of Failed Banks - Present Risk and Opportunity," was voted the second best article appearing in The Risk Managers Association Journal of 2011. He has spoken at over 125 banking conferences and seminars, including for over the last ten years, ICBA's annual conference.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate