January 16, 2013
Authored by: Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Bryan Cave is once again sponsoring the Annual Southeastern Bank Management and Directors Conference, organized by the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. This year’s program, the 17th Annual, is titled “The Future of Community Banking in the Southeast” and will feature a keynote address by Federal Reserve Governor, Elizabeth Duke.
Mark your calendar to attend the South’s leading community banking forum and learn about what the future holds for your industry. Banking Leaders from across the Southeast will gather at the Gwinnett Center on February 5, 2013, to discuss the future of their industry. For additional information, and to register online, please visit the Southeastern Bank Management and Directors Conference.
This year’s program brings together banking leaders, executives from industry-leading companies, high-level regulatory officials and top outside counsel, who take a fresh look at the issues unique to community banks and what is required to position these institutions for the future.
“We will explore how community banking leaders can position their bank going forward in this unknown environment in which the strategies from the last decade are no longer relevant,” says James A. Verbrugge, PhD, Professor of Finance and Chair of Banking Emeritus at the Terry College of Business, and former Georgia Bankers Association Chair of Banking.