BASEL III for Community Banks
The federal regulatory agencies have adopted the new regulatory capital rules regarding the implementation of Basel III, effective January 1, 2014. This webinar will review the final rules and analyze the impact on your bank.
The final Basel III regulatory capital rules have been issued that codifies the various regulatory capital rules applicable to financial institutions. Thanks to the lobbying efforts of various groups, many, but not all, of the most harmful provisions of the proposed rule were eliminated in the final rule. However, the final rule maintains some negative aspects.
Most of the changes made in response to the industry’s most fundamental concerns were effectively limited to community banks and other smaller banking organizations. This webinar will analyze the final rule and its implication for community banks.
- Overview of final Basel III risk-based capital requirements for community banks
- Analysis of changes from the 2012 NPRs
- Impact of 1-4 family real estate changes
- Effect of unrealized gains and losses within the investment portfolio
- Understand and calculate the impact of highly-volatile commercial real estate
- Additional capital needed to support non-performing loans
- Impact of trust-preferred securities
- Analysis of Basel III on strategic planning and determining capital adequacy
CEOs, CFOs, Senior Lenders, board members and anyone who wants to remain proactive in dealing with bank capital.
Mike Keeley is a partner in the Dallas office of Hunton & Williams LLP where he practices in the areas of banking law and corporate and securities law, with specialties in corporate finance and merger and acquisition related activities. Mike provides strategic counseling to a broad range of clients ranging from “inflatable” charters and de novo banks to multi-billion dollar public entities. Mike’s practice relates primarily to financial institution specialty capital activities, private capital financings (equity and debt), public capital financings (equity and debt), single company sale transactions, purchases and sales of whole financial institutions as well as branch acquisitions, and corporate governance.
Member price: $265.00 | Non member price $530.00
Member price: $280.00 | Non member price $560.00
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