Monday, June 29, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern Time)
11:00 – 12:00 pm (Central Time)
10:00 – 11:00 am (Mountain Time)
9:00 – 10:00 am (Pacific Time)
Join us to analyze and interpret the newly released banking industry data. We will put into context the impact of the pandemic on financial institutions across the country.
In addition to presenting the latest numbers, this bank webinar for accountants, CFOs and bank executives will help gauge success in attracting and retaining properly priced long-term deposits. What can we observe in the data about the pricing and sales strategies of industry participants from all sectors? To be high performance does cost need to be below the trimmed average, the median, the 20th percentile, or something else?
We know the FDIC gathers and reports peer group information every quarter. How do your numbers stack up against competitors in your local market and across the United States? In this bank webinar, you will learn about the key aspects to effectively interpret seemingly simple statistics so that you really understand if you are comparing apples to apples or not. Gain clarity and confidence in your comparative assessments.
Neil Stanley has been a banker for over 25 years. Neil was the CEO of $750 million Northwest Bank in Spencer, Iowa which operates in Omaha, Nebraska, Des Moines, and the Northwest Iowa regions. Prior to Northwest Bank, Neil was an executive for over 22 years with what became the largest privately held banking organization in the country – First National of Nebraska / Lauritzen Corporation. He served First National as Chief Investment and Liquidity Officer and Lauritzen Corporation as Vice President in general administration and supervision of community banks. In 2009, Neil founded CorePoint (formerly known as ‘Bank Performance Strategies’). His company helps client banks attract properly-priced, longer-term core retail deposits. Bank Performance Strategies supports clients across the country with sales performance analytics, sales training, and a web-based pricing and sales platform. Neil has received two patents for components of CoreCD®
1.0 CPE Credits