Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Regulatory and Economic Updates
Register Map this EventMap this Event Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
Regulatory and Economic Updates

IBSC is partnering with KPN Consulting to provide a regulatory update due to the passage of S.2155. We will have speakers from the Federal Reserve Bank sharing their expertise as well.

 Export to Your Calendar 1/17/2019
When: 01/17/19
9:00 am
Where: Map this event »
Embassy Suites
200 Stoneridge Drive
Columbia, South Carolina  29210
United States
Contact: Teresa D. Taylor
803-537-0414


Online registration is available until: 1/10/2019
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

 

Program Overview

IBSC is pleased to partner with KPN Consulting to offer a half-day seminar with presentations covering a range of pertinent topics to include an industry update and overview of current trends nationwide and in South Carolina. Hear from Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond representatives on regulatory and banking application hot topics, and supervision expectations for holding companies (EGRRCPA Update) with an economic update from a Federal Reserve Bank economist. The seminar will close with a presentation on pertinent balance sheet management strategies in the current environment immediately followed by a networking luncheon.

 

   

 

About our Speakers

 

 

Matthew Martin is based in the Bank’s Charlotte office with responsibility for outreach to business, banking, and community groups across North Carolina and South Carolina. He also leads the Bank’s Outreach and Statistics and Reserve Accounts departments for the Federal Reserve’s Fifth District, which includes North and South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and most of West Virginia, and serves on the Bank’s senior management team.
     Matt joined the Charlotte office as a regional economist in 2006 and assumed the regional executive role in early 2009. Prior to joining the Bank, he worked as a senior economist for Moody's Analytics, as an analyst in the Congressional Budget Office, and as a faculty member at Kent State University, where he taught macroeconomics, money and banking, and economic history.
     Matt is active in the community having served as past chair of the board for Community Link, a housing non-profit where he continues to serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. He also serves as a board member for Veterans Bridge Home, an organization that helps veterans successfully transition home after military service. He recently served on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Opportunity Task Force, and is on the board of North Carolina Council on Economic Education, the Belk School of Business Advisory Board at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and the Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas Advisory Board.
     A Pennsylvania native, Matt has a B.S. degree in economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Delaware, which he earned after completing his military service.


   

Paul Frey is a senior manager in the Supervision, Regulation & Credit Department and based in the Bank’s Charlotte office. Paul oversees a team of examiners and has primary responsibility for managing the regulatory relationships of a portfolio of large and complex holding companies across the Fifth District of the Federal Reserve System. Paul has over twenty five years of diversified regulatory experience serving in a variety of leadership roles and started his regulatory career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
      As a native of Pennsylvania, Paul received his Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting from the Pennsylvania State University and his Masters of Business Administration degree from Saint Joseph’s University.

  Karl Nelson is the Founder and CEO of KPN Consulting, an organization engaged in the ALCO, Funding, and Liquidity arena. His career has included senior positions with Silverton Bank, IDC Deposits, and Promontory Interfinancial Network. In addition, Karl served as a Senior Vice President with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta from 1991 through 2002 where he managed the sales and marketing, strategic planning, and trade association/regulatory outreach efforts and served on the bank’s ALCO. Prior to joining the Home Loan Bank, he was involved for eighteen years with various regional banks. Karl serves on the faculties of the Graduate School of Banking in Madison, Wisconsin and Boulder, Colorado, the Graduate School of Bank Investments & Financial Management in Columbia, South Carolina, the Financial Managers School in Madison, as well as the faculties of the state banking schools in Florida and Tennessee. He also serves as the Chairman for Neighborhood Lending Partners, Inc, a Community Development Financial Institution serving the affordable housing and community revitalization needs for communities in the state of Florida. Mr. Nelson is an organizing Director and former ALCO Chair for a de novo bank in North Carolina and consults regularly with community bank Boards and Management on business strategies. 
   

Mike Riddle is a senior manager in the Community & Regional Supervision Group within the Supervision, Regulation & Credit department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He is a commissioned examiner who has held a number of leadership roles at the Richmond Fed, including in community bank and bank holding company supervision, supervisory studies, banking surveillance and risk analysis, and large bank quantitative support. He has also been heavily involved through the years in Federal Reserve System examiner training— as both a curriculum developer and an instructor. Mike holds an undergraduate degree from Lynchburg College and an M.B.A. from George Mason University. He is also a graduate of the South Carolina Bankers School.


Association Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal