Pandemic Economics: The Threat to Community Banking Webinar
This webinar is being presented by South Carolina Bankers Association and Performance Trust Capital Partners, LLC. It is only open to bankers.
Unprecedented market volatility resulting from the coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the world of community banking. In this “new normal,” where pervasively low interest rates challenge the core business model of community franchises, banking itself now faces a problem on multiple fronts, and the problem may be bigger than industry experts are willing to acknowledge.
Join us as we quantify the three specific threats now facing community depositories, new regulatory considerations, and ultimately provide a solution to move us forward in this lower interest rate and potentially credit-impaired environment.
Brian Leibfried is a managing director and leads the Client Insights & Analytics team at Performance Trust, where he works with depository institutions to analyze and provide holistic balance sheet strategies to aid in strengthening their institutions. Brian is a featured speaker at various banking associations, as well as a seasoned speaker at Performance Trust University®, a national educational platform for leading community bankers. Brian’s background in the treasury function of First Federal Bank of Florida, coupled with the experience he has gained working alongside numerous bank executives to set long-term growth strategies, gives him a perspective not shared by most. Brian is a bank director, a CFA® charter holder and holds a Bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Florida. He is Series 7 and 63 registered.