Regulatory Expectations for Audit and Risk Committees

Presented on:
October 9, 2020 10:00 AM PT
1 hour, 15 minutes

The COVID-19 pandemic brings significant change to the community banking industry and has impacted various businesses acutely during this cycle. In addition to addressing the typical regulatory issues that community banks face, now more than ever community banks and their boards must also be proactive in tackling new, pandemic-related issues, including consumer compliance change management, risk management, and managing commercial real estate (CRE) concentrations and commercial and industrial (C&I) lending exposures.

Join us to learn more about the changes in regulatory expectations for community banking in 2020. Our panel will discuss current expected credit losses (CECL), COVID-19, recession concerns, and the evolution of technology as well as its implications on the regulatory environment.



Stan Ivie, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, Pacific Western Bank

Prior to joining Pacific Western Bank and PacWest Bancorp 2016, Stan was the regional director for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) San Francisco Region since 2007. Before that he served as regional director for the FDIC's Dallas region, the deputy director for the Division of Resolutions and Receiverships in Dallas, and assistant director for the same division in Washington, D.C. He also served as the interim director of the Office of Public Affairs in Washington, D.C. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for Western Bankers Association, and on the Pacific Bankers Management Institute for Pacific Coast Banking School.

Gary Steven Findley, Esq., President, Gary Steven Findley & Associates

Gary’s law firm specializes in banking law with expertise including regulatory relations and legal work, mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate representation, regulatory enforcement action counseling, and capital restoration programs. He is a specialist in creating and legally shepherding new and innovative programs for financial institutions. In addition, he counsels boards of directors and senior managements on maintaining safe financial condition in a changing and challenging environment. He is director of The Findley Group, the management consulting arm of The Findley Companies and president and editor of The Findley Reports Newsletter and a registered investment advisor.

Bob McGibbon, Field Supervisor, FDIC–Los Angeles Territory

Bob began his career with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in 1988 as an examiner in the Sacramento Field Office. He was promoted to a case manager in the San Francisco Regional Office in 1996, where he was responsible for supervising banks in the Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City territories. In 2001, Bob became field supervisor for the Billings, Montana field office and, in 2002, became field supervisor for the Los Angeles territory, where he managed two offices that cover Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, as well as the Central California coast. In 2006 and 2007, Bob coordinated the San Francisco region’s directors’ college initiative, instructing at 28 locations throughout the 11 Western states. In 2012 and 2013, he coordinated the San Francisco region’s Community Bankers Workshops, leading discussions with numerous bankers throughout the region.

Craig Sanders, Partner, Consulting Practice, Moss Adams

Craig has been providing audit and IT security services since 1999. He works with clients in the financial services industry to implement core business systems, internet banking and cash management platforms, business continuity and disaster recovery planning and programs, GLBA compliance, and telecommunications and security systems. Prior to joining Moss Adams, Craig was the president and CEO of a financial services consulting firm that provided IT security, regulatory compliance, and internal audit services to financial services organizations. He also has experience working for a national single-source technology solutions company and a corporate IT solutions sales company, and was the CIO of a multi-billion-dollar financial institution.

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