The 2013 Interagency Minority Depository Institution and
CDFI Bank Conference
The FDIC, Federal Reserve Board, and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Strategies for Success through Collaboration
Every two years, the Federal banking regulatory agencies host this blue-ribbon conference to help promote and preserve more than 200 FDIC-insured minority depository institutions and CDFI banks. The conference will explore your strategies for success through collaboration with each other, other banks, Federal agencies, and more.
Conference and Hotel Registration and agenda details will be sent in mid-April.
Please join us!
June 10-12, 2013
L. William Seidman Center
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
3501 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22226
Minority Banks and CDFI Banks, their CEOs, Board Members, Managers, and Staff; and other partners
Monday, June 10, 2013
Registration at 3:00 pm and Networking Reception 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 (Continental Breakfast, 7:00; Sessions, 8:45 to 5:30)
The Chairman of the FDIC, Comptroller of the Currency, and Federal Reserve Board Governor provide opening remarks and “set the stage”
Senior officials from other Federal Agencies provide updates and discuss new and current programs, policies and credit enhancements that minority and community development banks can use to help accomplish their goals
CEOs of Minority and CDFI Banks “tell their story,” communicate their strategies and successes, and make recommendations to the industry, Federal policy makers, regulators and others
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 (Continental Breakfast, 7:00; Sessions, 8:45 to 3:00)
CEOs and other key partners collaborate in several highly interactive roundtables. They will discuss forming partnerships and networks to raise capital, sell assets, and kick-start other efforts to strengthen minority and CDFI banks, including sharing the effort and reducing the cost for key activities (such as operations, the development and delivery of products, “telling the story” through social impact and financial performance metrics) and more
Bank staff, managers, and board members can also select from a separate track of regulatory “technical assistance training” with brown-bag lunch briefings and sessions on other information you can use (e.g., Interest-Rate Risk,Third-party Risk, Corporate Governance, CRA, IT, BSA, Troubled Debt Restructuring/ALLL, Flood Insurance, Municipal Securities, Purchasing Assets from the FDIC, Loss Share Agreements, etc.)