Aaron Stoffer, Asset Management GroupThe Connection Between the ALCO Process and the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Run

Aaron Stoffer
Relationship Manager
Asset Management Group (AMG), an affiliate of Country Club Bank

8:20 to 9:20 a.m. Monday, July 13

Come learn about the current rate environment, ALCO modeling assumptions and the importance of funding your balance sheet with core deposits, and discover how this is all connected to the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl run.

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Sandy Sporleder, K-Coe

Kati Barnhill, K-Coe

Accounting Standards Update and Tax

Sandy Sporleder, Principal
Kati Barnhill, Manager

9:20 to 10:20 a.m. Monday, July 13

Sandy Sporleder and Kati Barnhill will discuss accounting and tax topics that will affect banks of all sizes in the coming year through 2021. They will cover accounting pronouncements including lease standards, revenue recognition and hot topic of amortizing loan origination fees. Tax topics that will be presented include Missouri-specific tax changes, tax reform and the newly-enacted CARES Act. The presentation will provide bankers helpful tips to consider as they implement these changes in their organizations. 

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Julia Mast, BKDNo Longer Silent, Cyber Crime
Julia Mast, CPA/ABV, CFE, CFF
Director Forensics & Valuation Services, BKD

10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, July 13

Discover the latest trends in cybercrime, gaps in insurance coverage for cybercrime and what to do when it happens to maximize insurance reimbursement.

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Joe Kennerson, Darling Consulting GroupManaging Liquidity Through a Crisis – This is NOT a Drill – Key Action Items for Today’s Uncertain Times

Joe Kennerson
Managing Director, Darling Consulting Group

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, July 13

Appropriate policy flexibility, institution-specific risk monitoring/stress scenarios, and diversification of liquidity sources are critical. To successfully navigate this economic turbulence, institutions must ensure their contingency funding plan is up to date and that key personnel know their roles and responsibilities – this is not a drill!

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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityCommunity Banking Update

Jeff Legette
Assistant Vice President - Examinations and Inspections
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

8:20 to 9:20 a.m.Tuesday, July 14

Jeff Legette will provide an update on banking conditions, risks and supervisory topics facing community banks heading into the pandemic. 

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Jason Rader, BKD

 COVID-19 Considerations for the Community Bank CFO

Jason Rader
National Industry Partner, BKD

9:20 to 10:20 a.m. Tuesday, July 14

Banking leaders from BKD CPAs & Advisors will discuss issues affecting banks surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic from a CFO’s perspective, as well as opportunities and obstacles that have arisen for banks as it relates to both accounting and tax matters.

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Mikelle Holt Brady, Profit Resources Incorporated

Mike Holt, Profit Resources Incorporated

Survival as a Community Bank – How to Create a Culture of Efficiency

10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 14

Many experts claim to know the biggest threats to the future of community banking. They also claim to know what the “bank of the future” will be, but does anyone truly know? One thing is certain: the surviving banks will be profitable institutions with efficient operations that support the exceptional customer experience. This session will explore the steps to take to ensure all areas of the bank embrace the “culture of efficiency.” It also will outline the process for implementing a culture of efficiency and key benchmarks for bank leaders to verify that the bank is operating efficiently.

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Chris KuehlThe Viral Recession
Chris Kuehl
Armada Corporate Intelligence

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 14

There is that old adage – life is what happens when you are making other plans. Never has this been more accurate. Whatever we thought about the 2020 economy changed with the arrival of the “lockdown recession.” Where are we now? Has the lockdown ended the way we hoped it would? What do we do the rest of this year and next? How much damage was done and how do we plan to recover? Chris Kuehl tackles these questions and more as he explores what a viral recession means for our country.

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