Deposit-Insurance Fund Regulation Change How to Best Position Your Financial Institution Recording

As a widely anticipated consequence of legislation passed in Congress, the FDIC’s board recently voted to approve an increase of annual premiums. The new premiums, which range from .005% to .007% of a bank’s insured deposits, are higher than the anticipated .01% to .03% increase. Further…

Deposit-Insurance Fund Regulation Change How to Best Position Your Financial Institution

Thursday, January 4, 2007

11:00 am – 1:00 pm (EST)

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FinPro, Former Director of The     Division of Supervision, FDIC
Conference of  State Bank     Supervisors
PQMResearch Director

FinPro, Former Director of The Division of Supervision, FDIC

Conference of State Bank Supervisors

PQMResearch Director

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Nicholas J. Ketcha, Jr.
Nicholas J. Ketcha, Jr.
Managing Director
FinPro, Former Director of The Division of Supervision, FDIC

Formerly Director of Division Supervision, FDIC
Former: Director of the Division of Banking for the State of New Jersey
Primary responsibility for all regulatory and compliance related engagements for the FinPro
Faculty of the National School of Banking at Fairfield University
 

Michael L Stevens
Michael L Stevens
Senior Vice President, Regulatory Policy
Conference of State Bank Supervisors
John R. Segerstrom
John R. Segerstrom
President
PQMResearch Director

Member of the Governance, 
 ALCO  (Chair) and Audit Committees    
 The Mechanics Bank, Richmond, CA
 Masters of Business Administration, Harvard

Kenneth Barden
Kenneth Barden

 25 Year Legal Finance Experience
 Former Acting Director, Bureau of Revenue,  
 Customs and Taxation, Republic of Palau
 Former Chief General Counsel, Department of
 Law, City of Dayton, Ohio

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As a widely anticipated consequence of legislation passed in Congress, the FDIC’s board recently voted to approve an increase of annual premiums. The new premiums, which range from .005% to .007…
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Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: NONE
Method Of Presentation: Group-Internet Based
Recommended Credits:1.75 – 2.0
Course Code: 08676711
As a widely anticipated consequence of legislation passed in Congress, the FDIC’s board recently voted to approve an increase of annual premiums. The new premiums, which range from .005% to .007% of a bank’s insured deposits, are higher than the anticipated .01% to .03% increase. Furthermore, the premiums will differ among banks depending on a number of factors including: 

* Supervisory rating 
* Financial ratios 
* Debt ratios (larger banks) 

The Global Knowledge Congress has assembled a panel to help make sense of this important change  and how to best position your bank. The panel will present their findings including a best practices segment at a two-hour teleconference scheduled for January 2007. 

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