Neeley to Present at Financial Institutions Forum

Karen M. Neeley, Senior Attorney at Kennedy Sutherland LLP, will present at the Padgett Stratemann’s 2015 Financial Institutions Forum on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 at the Club at Sonterra in San Antonio, Texas. Neeley will cover “Emerging Hot Topics in Regulatory Compliance” from 10:45 – 11:30 am. Specifically, Neeley will touch on Employment Issues, Operations Issues, ADA, BSA/AML, CFPB and UDAP.

AGENDA
8:00 • 9:00           Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 • 9:15           Seminar Overview and Padgett, Stratemann & Co., L.L.P Update
Kathleen Fields, CPA, PS&Co.

9:15 • 9:45           Taxes After Tangible Asset Regulations
Lisa Contreras, CPA, PS&Co.

9:45 • 10:30         A Day in the Life of Today’s Community Banker
Chris Williston, President & CEO, Independent Bankers Association of Texas

10:30 • 10:45        Break

10:45 • 11:30        Emerging Hot Topics in Regulatory Compliance
Karen M. Neeley, Senior Counsel, Dykema Cox Smith

11:30 • 12:00        Compliance Update
Annette Evans, CPA, CRCM, PS&Co.

12:00 • 1:00          Lunch

1:00 • 1:45            What is Your Bank Worth?
Curtis Carpenter, Principal & Head of Investment Banking
Sheshunoff & Co. Investment Banking

1:45 • 2:30            Banking System Performance and Regulatory Hot Topics
Kurt Purdam, Dir. of Bank & Trust Supervision, Texas Dept. of Banking

2:30 • 2:45            Break

2:45 • 3:15            It’s a New HR World
Connie Collins, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, PI, PS&Co.

3:15 • 4:00            Accounting Update
Steven Griffith, CPA, CRCM, PS&Co.

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