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Tuesday, October 29, 2013
BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT ARNOLD PALMER AND COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL LOAN GROWTH HAVE IN COMMON IN 2014
Arnold Palmer is known for saying, “It’s a funny thing…the more I practice the luckier I get.” Luck can contribute to success but most bankers know success favors those who are prepared. Bank boards, investors and regulators are identifying new risks facing banks: $1.8 trillion in deposits; underperforming stock prices; investment in systems and processes; transforming from a commercial real estate to commercial and industrial products; peaking asset quality are some of these new risks. Business Cycle, Market Analysis, Asset Quality, Industry & Regional Trends and Interest Rate Impact are analyzed in depth to assess the growth prospects and credit condition in C&I lending and to prepare banks to acquire and manage these commercial and industrial assets. The information provided here may help big and small banks transition to a C&I business model and prepare for a changing economy as the Federal Reserve Board tapers bond buying and economic activity accelerates.
Note: Breakfast will be served during the session and attendance will be guaranteed to the first 50 registrants. You may register at the conference registration counters.