The ICBA Annual Directors Conference will give you the tools to guide your bank’s growth and profitability and sustain its vision for the future. Learn about innovative practices, new strategies, and actionable takeaways that you can bring back to your bank and implement immediately!
This annual event gives community bank boards from across the U.S. a rare opportunity to engage with peers and learn about strategies to help preserve growth and profitability. Over three days, you will network with fellow community bank directors and hear the latest on compliance news, credit trends, cybersecurity, employment law, how to assess key financial measurements, and much more.
Understand the role of internal audit and the key elements of a bank’s audit program.
Define internal control and the methods of testing internal controls.
Outline what should be included in your internal audit charter.
Identify common fraud losses affecting banks and who commits fraud.
Determine how your audit function should be structured for appropriate governance over IT.
Learn how your organization can appropriately assess risks and understand the requirements when performing risk assessments.
Distinguish between the types of data analytics and tools used for effective review.
Understand the processes for auditing liabilities and assets.
First Director: $1,495
Additional Director: $1,395
First Director: $895
Additional Director: $795
First Director: $1,295
Additional Director: $1,195
For more information, call 800-422-7285.
2100 Costa Del Mar Road
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Reservations made by calling: Omni Reservations at 1-800-THE-OMNI. ICBA Room Rate: $319 until Sept 11, 2023.
Who should attend: Directors, C-Suite
Prerequisites: No previous experience or training required
Advanced Preparation: No previous experience or training required
Program Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Delivery Method: Group Live
CPE Credit Hours: 13.5
Registration, attendance, or participation at this event constitutes an agreement to adhere to the ICBA code of conduct and complaint policy. ICBA LIVE aims to be welcoming, safe, and inclusive to all participants, with the most varied and diverse backgrounds possible.
As such, The Independent Community Bankers of America (“ICBA” or the “Association”) has adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment.
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