Available on Demand
Duration: 60 Minutes
View this webinar on demand to learn how to prepare for the new capital requirements proposed under Basel III. American Banker and a panel of experts will drill down into the nuances and exemptions planned, particularly as they apply to community banks. How can growing banks adequately prepare for new capital standards? Should banks look to raise capital now in advance of the changes?
This session covers:
- New Ratio Requirements: Tier 1 Capital, Total Capital, Capital Conservation Buffer, Leverage Ratio
- New Asset Risk-Weight Requirements
- New Prompt Corrective Action Requirements
This is a must-view web seminar to get these answers and more on the short and long-term implications of Basel III.
Paul Davis, MBA
Editor, Community Banking
Paul was formerly the senior reporter in the publicationís National Bureau. Prior to American Banker, he was the news editor at SNL Financial and a senior banking reporter for American
City Business Journals, where he was honored twice by the North Carolina Press Association.
He was also the director of social media for the Wake Forest University Schools of Business.
He has provided commentary on banking and other large corporations for BBC World News
and the Public Broadcasting Serviceís Nightly Business Report..
Associate Director, Capital Markets Branch
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bob leads staff in the development of regulation and guidance related to regulatory capital
and capital markets activities as well as supporting the FDICís role in the Financial Stability
Oversight Council. Bob participates in numerous domestic and international regulatory
groups, including various subcommittees and working groups of the Basel Committee for
Banking Supervision. Previously, Bob served as a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Ron is responsible for the management of all financial and fiscal operations of Umpqua
Holdings and its wholly owned subsidiaries, Umpqua Bank and Umpqua Investments.
In addition, he oversees management of the companyís budgeting, forecasting, merger and acquisition modeling, investment management, interest rate risk modeling and corporate insurance. In 2010, Farnsworth was named the Portland Business Journalís Most Admired CFO.
Keith R. Fisher
Keith has specialized in banking regulation corporate/M&A/securities regulation matters,
and has counseled diverse clients, including money center banks, community banks, global securities firms, and the Securities Industry Association on financial services diversification, restructuring, and reform. He has worked in international trade, including customs regulations and national security issues relating to export licensing. Previously, he was a partner at Mintz Levin and also practiced at Fulbright & Jaworski and Hogan & Hartson, where he worked on Supreme Court matters with E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr. and Chief Justice John Roberts.
There is a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.