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Compliance/Operations Schools

Compliance

Bank Compliance School

Designed for compliance, audit and management personnel who monitor, manage or assist with compliance laws and regulations. This School includes all regulations covered in on-site compliance examinations by federal regulatory agencies. Consider a few of the benefits gained by attending this program:

  • Receive practical training from instructors who work with compliance issues daily. 
  • Obtain relevant and updated state law information to include legal counsel contacts and resources.
  • Develop a network of compliance professionals with which students can share information and ideas. 
  • Take home a detailed reference manual which will serve as a valuable tool on the job. 
  • Gain the opportunity to attend an annual, one-day Compliance Update School.

Future dates for this school to be announced.

 


 

SDBA School of Compliance

Compliance is one of the most crucial and consuming issues in the financial industry today. The regulatory agencies are making it clear through their examinations of banks that no institution can afford to be without a comprehensive, well-managed compliance program. Your compliance officer must be able to run the process, including a bank-wide training program, like a well-oiled machine.

As a major resource for banking education, the SDBA provides the School of Compliance in September on even-numbered years. We train in deposit/operations, lending, and management of the compliance function. 

Future dates for this school:

TBD

 


Operations

Operations School

The Kansas Bankers Association and Nebraska Bankers Association work together to provide professional education to bankers across the Midwest. Go to the Schools of Banking website to request more information or email them at schools@nebankers.org

 


Dakota School of Banking

The Dakota School of Lending Principles is held every other spring and alternates between North and South Dakota. The school provides basic instruction appropriate for loan officer trainees, loan support personnel and personal bankers. It is recommended that applicants have a minimum of six months lending experience or one year of loan department experience. 

Upcoming School:

TBD

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