Updates and Emerging Issues for Bank Directors: Banking in the 21st Century: Focus on Fintech

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North Carolina Office of the Commissioner of Banks and the UNC School of Law's Center for Banking and Finance are happy to present the 2nd event in the Emerging Issues series.
August 15-16, 2019

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Anyone serving on the board of directors of a bank, thrift, or other financial institution. The all-new agenda means this session is appropriate for prior attendees. Completion of the regular Directors’ College is not a prerequisite for attending. Any individual serving on the board of directors is invited to participate.

CONFERENCE FEE

$595 EARLY REGISTRATION. The regular cost is $650. The conference fee includes program materials, cocktail reception on Thursday, and continental breakfast on Friday. To register, visit https://www.nccob.gov/Public/financialinstitutions/banks/banksdcadvanced.aspx and complete the online registration form.  The reception is co-sponsored by Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey, & Leonard, LLP, Raymond James & Associates, and Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP.

ACCOMMODATIONS

The Rizzo Center, Chapel Hill, NC
Aloft, Chapel Hill, NC

CPE and CLE credit has been applied for and will be available subsequent to the Forum.


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