Commercial Lending Series
Mondays, February 8, 22 and March 8
8:00 - 9:30 a.m.
February 8 - Commercial and Industrial Lending in Today's Competitive Market
February 22 - Commercial Real Estate Lending Issues in Today's Economy
March 8 - COVID-19 and the Commercial Lending
Register for the entire series or pick and choose the session(s) that meeting your professional needs.
The Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts Update Webinar
Thursday, February 11
To learn more and to register click here.
Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) IBC has partnered with Financial Education and Development (Community Bankers Webinar Network) for more than 10 years to provide you with cost-effective and pertinent webinar training. Through this partnership we are able to provide you and your team with the most timely, informative and pertinent training courses available. IBC offers more than 150 webinars each year. There are two convenient ways to register for webinars - phone and online! See below for IBC sponsored webinars. To veiw our 2020 IBC/Community Bankers Webinar Network webinar calendar click here or view the calendar on the home page.
Webinars are a popular, convenient, and cost-effective training method as you are able to train as many of your employees as you like for one price in the comfort of your offices or training room. There are no travel expenses or time away from work.
You are able to attend the webinar "live" and/or receive a recorded webinar with a free digital download. Recorded webinars are available for any webinar that has been presented within the previous six months. When you register for a recorded webinar with a free digital download, a link will be emailed approximately one week before the live webinar. The recorded webinar can be viewed anytime 24/7 beginning six business days following the live webinar. The recording can be keep indefinitely. The link also contains the audio/visual recording of the live webinar broadcast (including question and answer session), a PDF file of the handouts and the speaker's email address so you may ask follow-up questions.