Stress Testing for Community Banks

Interagency guidance requires that all banking organizations, regardless of size, have the capacity to analyze the potential impact of adverse outcome on their financial condition. This webinar reviews the guidance and provides real examples.  

Stress testing is a critical risk management tool for today’s community bankers and community bank boards of directors. Stress testing is also required. Interagency regulatory guidance states all banking organizations, regardless of size, have the capacity to analyze the potential impact of adverse outcome on their financial condition. The guidance further mentions funding, liquidity and capital stress testing applies to all banks. The OCC issued separate guidance and noted stress testing methods should fit their unique business strategy, size, products, sophistication and overall risk profile.


  • Stress Testing Guidance
  • Stress Testing Examples
  • Emphasis on Capital, Liquidity and Loan Portfolio
  • Know your strengths and weaknesses
  • Be prepared for your next examination


CEO’s, CFO’s, risk officers, controllers, auditors and anyone else responsible for implementing and/or maintaining risk management systems.


Chuck Phelan is Chief Treasury Officer at TIB-The Independent BankersBank and Managing Officer of ALX Consulting, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary.  ALX specializes in Asset Liability Management and Interest Rate Risk reporting for over 300 community banks. Chuck is a professional with 26 years of experience in financial institutions across an array of areas including interest rate risk management, funding, investments, stress testing, hedging and development.

David A. Linaburg is Executive Vice President, TIB Capital Markets and TIB Mortgage & Credit Administration at TIB-The Independent BankersBank. Prior to joining TIB, Dave had more than twenty years of experience in banking and mortgage banking.  His first assignment at TIB was to revamp the bank’s Residential Mortgage Department which became one of TIB’s cornerstone services. He was  elevated to Executive Vice President in 2005. In addition to overseeing TIB’s Mortgage operation, Mr. Linaburg manages TIB’s Capital Markets Division and the Bank’s Credit Administration Department. He currently serves on TIB’s Executive Management Team and is an Advisory Director of the Bank.

Credit Information

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Live Webinar:

Member price: $265.00 | Non member price $530.00

On-Demand Webinar

Member price: $280.00 | Non member price $560.00


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