Running a smaller community bank has never been more challenging. In an age of information saturation when bankers can turn to any number of sources for problem solving, peer connections and in-depth discussions is a powerful tool for Illinois’ top bank executives.
The IBA is hosting this forum specifically tailored for banks and thrifts under $150 million in assets. These roundtables provide a facilitated, open medium where ideas, experience, insight and views on many banking and business-related matters can be exchanged with your peers.
Strength in numbers.
With the support of a CEO peer group, no chief executive is ever alone. The peers that surround him or her provide strength in the form of crucial insights, advice, and personal support.
Bottom line results.
The open exchange of ideas, suggestions and best practices is not just a good idea. It is also good business. Studies show companies headed by CEOs in peer groups display better-than-industry-average revenue growth and profitability.
August 18, November 18 – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Bloomington Country Club, Bloomington
605 Towanda Ave
Facilitated by Newcleus
Per Person Fee (Includeds Two Sessions)
Substitutions permissible. Fees include materials, refreshments, and lunch.