March 2017 

Featured Events

  • Compliance Peer Group Meeting – March 8, Macon
    Learn what it takes to have a successful CRA program while networking with your fellow compliance professionals. The day will begin with a panel of bankers and regulators sharing success stories and answering your CRA questions, followed by peer exchange in the afternoon. Click here to register…

  • Operations and Technology Conference – March 14-16, Atlanta
    GBA is again offering pre-conference sessions on March 14-15, which will include an operations track and an IT track. The traditional conference March 15-16 will feature two half days of sessions, exhibits and peer exchange. Click here to register…

  • South Georgia Community Bank Symposium – March 23, Valdosta
    South Georgia bankers won’t want to miss expert speakers discussing the many challenging issues facing today’s banking industry during this annual event presented in partnership with the Langdale College of Business at Valdosta State University. Click here to register…

  • Basic Deposit and Operations Compliance – March 28, Macon
    In easy-to-understand language, Steve Moore, Bank Compliance Services, will cover the regulatory requirements in the area of deposit and operations compliance, including BSA, CIP and OFAC; Regulations E, CC and DD; UDAAPs; garnishments of accounts with federal benefit payments; and much more. Click here to register…

  • Basic Lending Compliance – March 29-30, Macon
    Steve Moore, Bank Compliance Services, will focus on consumer lending compliance and cover basic compliance requirements, common problem areas and more during this two-day seminar. Participants will get extensive question-and-answer opportunities and complete several real-world lending compliance reviews. Click here to register…

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