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Community Banker Roundtable Meetings

Hot Topics, Industry Issues and Outreach

Each year IBC hits the road to bring legislative, regulatory, and economic updates to bankers across Colorado and this year we’re hitting the virtual highway! Join IBC’s Executive Director, Mike Van Norstrand, and these distinguished presenters:
Mary Marchun, The Capstone Group and IBC Lobbyist
F. John Podvin, Jr., Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson
Ken Boldt, State Bank Commissioner
Kurt Raney, OCC
Max Gwin, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Jeff McDonald and Chris Stammen, FDIC 
 
We encourage you and our team to register to receive the latest industry information and provide feedback to IBC as seek to serve you. This is an opportunity for you to be heard, help us better understand the unique challenges you face each and every day, shape our future, and network with your colleagues. Discussion topics:
General Banking Conditions
PPP
Loan Modifications and Working with Customers
Examination Focus Areas for 2020 and Beyond
Offsite/Virtual Examinations
Hemp

Roundtable Members attend for FREE.  IBC member banks, that are not Roundtable members may attend for a fee of only $200 and IBC non members may attend for a fee of $250. 

2019 Roundtable Recap

Thank you to the more than 60 bankers who attended IBC's 2019 Roundtables! Roundtables were held in Durango, Alamosa, Fort Collins, and Denver. Bankers attending received a recap on 2019 legislative issues impacting banks and regulatory update. Links to the slide decks are below. The Roundtables were a huge success thanks in large part to:

  • Ken Boldt, Commissioner, Division of Banking
  • Trina Chapman, Assistant Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
  • Amber Conley, Assistant Vice President / Supervision & Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
  • Jeff Conrad, Denver Supervisory Examiner, FDIC
  • Katy Kirkpatrick, Consumer Compliance Bank Examiner, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
  • Jeff McDonald, Field Supervisor-Denver / Albuquerque, FDIC
  • Dan McGonegle, Manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
  • Lindsay Rabiolo, Manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
We also would like to thank San Luis Valley Federal Bank, Alamosa and Bank of Colorado, Fort Collins for hosting our meetings.

Slide Decks
Banking Conditions - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch
FDIC Regulatory Updates - FDIC
Introduction to the Public Deposit Protection Act - Division of Banking 
Industrial Hemp is Legal Now What? - Division of Banking