Duties & Responsibilities of Today's Board Secretary in a Regulatory Environment
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Today’s Board Secretary is more than the official record keeper for the Board. The Secretary is the linking pin ensuring governance practices and regulatory adherence.
This workshop provides practical tips and tools for today’s corporate or board secretaries in executing the key duties before, during, and after the Board meetings.
This workshop will provide:
- An overview and update of the Board Secretary Roles and Responsibilities
- An outline of the legal responsibilities of the Board and Corporate Secretary.
- Understanding the various Board Committees in today’s environment
- What “musts” be included in today’s Board Meetings
- Key tools for preparing the Board for the Board Meetings
- Effective communication do’s and don’ts with the Board and bank management
- Tips and tools for preparing the documentation for the Board and various
- Committees for governance practices.
- An opportunity for networking and sharing of common challenges and real world situations
Who Should Attend
This workshop will benefit board secretaries, corporate secretaries and anyone supporting this function.
Meet Your Presenters
Dianne Barton is President of Performance Solutions, Inc., (PSI), a training and consulting company that specializes in providing “real world” solutions to the key challenges facing banks today in attracting and building relationships with their customers. Her wide-range of training & consulting experience includes strategic planning facilitation, leadership development, regulatory compliance, and service and sales development. Before starting Performance Solutions in 1983, she held senior positions with Bank South Corporation, the Internal Revenue Service, and the John H. Harland Company.
Larry Tomlin is a Partner with Krieg DeVAult LLP in Indianapolis. Mr. Tomlin is a graduate of Indiana University and its Law School. He is also a graduate of Webster University where he received his Master of Arts Degree in Management. Mr. Tomlin concentrates his practice in the area of financial institutions and general corporate law and has represented financial institutions in a variety of corporate, regulatory and securities matters. Mr. Tomlin regularly advises companies on governance matters as well as the applicability & implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other state & federal laws and regulations.
The following fees include the program, materials, lunch and refreshments:
$225 — IBA Members
$155 — Each Additional IBA Member
$450 — Non-Members
Participation in IBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership category at applicable member or non-member rates.
As of Jan. 1, 1994, only 50 percent of business food and beverage can be deducted. For tax purposes the cost of food and beverage for this program is $25.
8:30 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Program begins
12:00 noon Lunch (included)
1:00 p.m. Program resumes
4:00 p.m. Program adjourns
IBA Center for Professional Development
6925 Parkdale Place
Indianapolis, IN 46254
Everyone who registers online will receive an e-mail confirmation after the registration is submitted. Within three or more business days prior to the day of an educational program, no cancellation charge will be assessed. Within two days prior, 50% of the fee is assessed. Refunds are not provided for cancellations or absences which occur on the day of the program. Substitutions are welcome at any time.
The IBA Center for Professional Development is located on the westside of Indianapolis just off of I-465. From I-465 take the 38th Street West Exit (Exit 17). When you exit go west on 38th street. Turn north/right onto Eagle Creek Parkway and then east/right onto Parkdale Place. Our address is 6925 Parkdale Place, Indianapolis, IN 46254. Click here for a map and a list of local hotels. Dress is business casual.