Three Day Pitney partners from the New York office will be speaking at the Bank Audit Committee Conference - "Insight on Oversight" - June 17 and 18 at the Marriott Chicago Downtown hotel in Chicago. The partners are Frank E. Lawatsch Jr., Sabino "Rod" Rodriguez and Ronald H. Janis.
The partners will be speaking on the following topics.
Frank E. Lawatsch Jr.
The Audit Committee's Role in Capital Raising, Share Repurchases, and Dividend Issues
Has the recent legislation passed by Congress to stimulate the economy and provide capital to the banking industry created a different role for the audit committee? This breakout will discuss the audit committee's role in assessing the risks involved in the interplay of the role of capital and the risk profile of the entity amid the economic environment in which the entity operates.
Sabino "Rod" Rodriguez
Five Issues All Audit Committees Should Be Discussing
The challenges of the economic crisis have dominated audit committee agendas. As signs of recovery emerge, what key issues should all audit committees be considering? Join an experienced audit chair and two veteran advisers to explore the critical issues that your audit committee can't afford NOT to talk about.
Ronald H. Janis
Strategically Managing Enforcement Actions
The federal regulatory agencies expect enforcement actions to peak during 2010 and continue at a fairly high level for the next few years. This workshop will focus on strategies to handle regulatory examinations to avoid enforcement actions; what to do when your regulators notify you that they are levying such an action; and how to survive the enforcement action. Bargaining with the regulator and third parties is a necessary part of enforcement actions. Learn how to avoid unnecessary time and expense and manage your bank's compliance in the most effective manner possible.
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