June 11, 2008
California Bankers Association’s 2008 Directors’ College
The Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will be participating in the California Bankers Association’s 2008 Directors’ College. Commissioner William S. Haraf will be making a presentation on the challenges facing the industry and California banking today.
The program will be led by Howard Gould, Vice-Chairman, Carpenter and Co. The program is designed for all bank directors, including those new to banking, experienced as well as de novo directors, as well as senior bank officers. The first session will be held July 16th at the Concord Hilton, followed by a second session at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa on August 14th.
The Directors College is a short but intense review of bank risk and how these risks can be effectively managed. However, it is not only an opportunity to remain current on the essential underpinnings of banking and the regulatory issues surrounding them, but also an occasion to compare notes and experiences with other community bank directors and officers.
For more information/registration, please visit the California Bankers Association’s website at http://www.calbankers.com/content/event_detail.asp?EventID=1155 or contact John Lingvall at (916) 438-4428, email@example.com.