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The 2018 FMS Forum Brochure

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Celebrating Milestone Moments

THE

JUNE 10 - 12,2018

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress - Orlando, FL

REGISTER NOW 1948 2018

ANNIVERSARY

FMS CELEBRATES MILESTONE MOMENTS.
IT’S OUR 70TH ANNIVERSARY!

This milestone 70th anniversary represents an interesting and exciting time for FMS, as we seek to build on
the successes of the past and continue to pursue a future of sustained growth in an industry facing rapid
change and growth.

Much has changed since we first opened our doors 70 years ago, but with passion and determination,
we have created a financial community with a strong emphasis on first-class education, research, and
collaboration with peers. Our goal throughout this time remains the same to provide our 1,800 members
with access to the tools and resources they need to navigate today’s challenges.

This drive has led to the establishment of FMS forward, our flagship magazine, investigating trending
topics in the banking and credit union industries. In 2017 alone, we welcomed more than 200 AMIfs
members. More than 1,800 attendees participated in our webinars, seminars, and events, providing
over 237 CPE credit hours.

The work and accomplishments of FMS over the past 70 years have forged an excellent springboard from
which we can aggressively pursue growth strategies that will yield significant return for our dedicated
members.

Joining forces with AMIfs, have firmly placed us at the forefront of our industry, are indicative of the
forward-thinking approach. We are focused on the development and execution of plans that support
our strategic pillars and will enable us to effectively serve a vast, fiercely competitive and increasingly
sophisticated financial industry.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 2018 FMS Forum June 10-12, in Orlando, FL. The story of
FMS is still being written, and as the next chapter unfolds we want you to join us as we embark on the
adventures that lie ahead. We encourage you to review our new interactive brochure to get a sneak peek of
what we have in store.

Danielle Holland Darrell E. Blocker, CPA
President and Chief Executive Officer SEVP, CFO
Financial Managers Society Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company

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Financial Managers Society

WHAT IS
THE FMS FORUM?

THE FMS FORUM

Each June hundreds of finance and accounting professionals from banks, thrifts, and credit unions from across the
country convene for three days of networking and collaboration during The FMS Forum.

The educational program at The FMS Forum is comprised of peer-selected and reviewed content that will be
presented by the industry’s top speakers and experts. The program is organized into four tracks: finance,
accounting, internal audit/risk management, and strategic issues, and has been developed specifically BY and
FOR financial professionals from banks, thrifts, and credit unions.

DID YOU REGISTER?

70th ANNIVERSARY YEAR

FMS celebrates our 70th Anniversary this year. As a professional membership organization, we enable our 1,600
members from community banks, thrifts, credit unions, and affiliate partners from across the country to provide
you with first-class education, specialized information and community building networking opportunities.

In celebration of our 70th anniversary in 2018, FMS is pleased to announce our new Awards and Scholarship
Program aimed at honoring exceptional work by our members in the financial institutions industry.

Each day FMS members across the country go to great lengths to strengthen our industry through their innovative
leadership, dedicated service, and passion for making their financial institutions successful. The FMS Awards and
Scholarship Program will recognize individuals for their contributions to our industry, while simultaneously building
awareness of the various careers available to the next generation.

NOMINATE SOMEONE TODAY!

TAX-DEDUCTIBLE PROGRAM Applications are accepted through April 2

An income-tax deduction may be allowed for educational expense (including registration, travel, meals and lodging)
undertaken to maintain or improve professional skills.
(Treas. Reg. Sec. 1.162-5)

WHO ATTENDS THE FORUM?

61% 19% 18%

COMMERCIAL BANKS CREDIT UNIONS THRIFTS

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CONTINUING
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

The Financial Managers Society, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards
of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National
Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of
individual courses. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to: The National
Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37219-2417.
Web site: www.nasba.org

• Level: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced

• Field of Study: Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Management Advisory Services and Taxes

• Prerequisites: None • Up to 15 hours for concurrent sessions

• Advance preparation: None • Instructional Mode: Group-Live

For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints or refunds, call 800-ASK-4FMS (800-
275-4367). FMS has also entered into individual sponsor agreements with a number of states. For additional
information, please call 800-ASK-4FMS (800-275-4367).

SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE
SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

rday day

9 10
Satu
Sun

FMS BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING REGISTRATION
8:00am - 12:30pm 12:00pm - 7:00pm
By Invitation Only
CFO ROUNDTABLE
FMS BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ADVISORY 2:00 - 5:00pm
COUNCILS AND CHAPTER OFFICERS LUNCHEON By Invitation Only
12:30pm - 2:00pm
By Invitation Only BREAKOUT SESSIONS
3:30pm - 4:45pm
JOINT CHAPTER OFFICERS -
ADVISORY COUNCILS MEETING Creating Funding Stability in Uncertain Times
2:00pm - 3:30pm Jim Lutter, PMA Funding
By Invitation Only Finance

CHAPTER OFFICER ROUNDTABLE Stay Competitive Through Strategic Integration:
3:30pm - 5:00pm Stress Testing, CECL and M&A
By Invitation Only Adam Mustafa, Invictus Group
Accounting
ADVISORY COUNCIL ROUNDTABLE
3:30pm - 5:00pm
By Invitation Only

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Mon Sun day NETWORKING BREAK
9:45am - 10:15am
10 CONTINUED
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Salary and Compensation at Financial Institutions: 10:15am - 11:30am
Insights and Industry Trends Utilizing Data Analytics for ALM Modeling and
Christie Summervill, BalancedComp, and Scott Strategy Development
Richardson, IZALE Financial Group Mike Guglielmo and Mark Haberland, Darling Consulting
Strategic Issues Group
Finance

Use Automation to Strengthen Your Internal BOLI After Tax Reform
Control Structure Scott Richardson, IZALE Financial Group
Renata Sheyner, Senior Product Manager, Fiserv Accounting
Risk & Internal Audit
How to Up Your Game:
NEW MEMBER AND FIRST TIMER RECEPTION Internal Audit Best Practices
5:00pm - 5:30pm Mary Lou Scalese, Customers Bank
Risk & Internal Audit
70s THEME WELCOME RECEPTION -
GET GROOVY! Mutual, Credit Union, Shareholder Owned:
5:30pm - 7:00pm Delivering Value to Your Constituencies
Jeffrey Marsico, The Kafafian Group, Inc.
Take advantage Strategic Issues
of the savings that
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
FMS has to offer! 11:45am - 1:00pm

Become an FMS Member and not Redesigning Your Capital Planning Framework
only will you save at Post Basel III
The 2018 FMS Forum David Koch, Farin Financial Risk Management
Finance
but you’ll unlock even more SAVINGS!
How to Implement CECL in Excel
day FIND OUT HOW Ryan Abdoo, Plante Moran
Accounting
11
Cybersecurity:
REGISTRATION Why the Dark Web Should Be Your Guide
7:00am - 6:30pm Shawn O’Brien, QwickRate
Risk & Internal Audit
BREAKFAST IN THE FMS MARKETPLACE
7:00am - 8:00am Why Planning Ahead for M & A Core IT Contract
Negotiations Pay Off
WELCOME REMARKS Aaron Silva, Paladin fs
8:00am - 8:15am Strategic Issues

GENERAL SESSION LUNCH IN THE FMS MARKETPLACE
8:15am - 9:45am 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Wired and Dangerous: How Your Customers have
Changed and What to Do About It
Chip Bell, Customer-Focused Strategy Expert
and Author

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BREAKOUT SESSIONS Take advantage
2:15pm - 3:30pm of the savings that

Deposit Risk Management and Beyond: FMS has to offer!
Leveraging Customer Data
Bruce Campbell, ALCO Partners Become an FMS Member and not
Finance only will you save at
The 2018 FMS Forum
The Impact of Tax Reform on Financial Institutions
David Thornton, Crowe Horwath but you’ll unlock even more SAVINGS!
Accounting
FIND OUT HOW
Case Study: Updates and Trends
of Third Party Assurance Reporting
Mark Boettcher, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause
Risk & Internal Audit

10 Performance Measures That Matter Tues day
Terence Roche, Cornerstone Advisors
Strategic Issues 12

NETWORKING BREAK
3:30pm - 4:00pm

BREAKOUT SESSIONS REGISTRATION
4:00pm - 5:15pm 7:00am – 5:00pm

A Framework for Strategic Planning BREAKFAST IN THE FMS MARKETPLACE
in the Bond Portfolio 7:00am - 7:45am
Michael Davis, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey
Finance FMS GENERAL SESSION -
ACCOUNTING AND REGULATORY UPDATE
The Impact of CECL: 8:00am - 10:00am
A Financial Crisis Retrospective Moderator: Sydney Garmong, Partner, Crow Horwath
Larry Sorensen, Washington Trust Bank
Accounting NETWORKING BREAK IN THE FMS MARKETPLACE
10:00am - 11:00am
Preparing for FDICIA Across Asset Sizes
David Heneke, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Risk & Internal Audit 11:15am - 12:30pm

Keys to Success in the Understanding and Using Customer Profitability
Current Industry Environment Brad Dahlman, ProfitStars
Jason Rader, BKD, LLP Finance
Strategic Issues
The New World of Hedging: Rules and Strategies
RECEPTION IN THE FMS MARKETPLACE Dan Morrill, Wolf & Company, P.C. and Ryan Henley,
5:15pm - 6:30pm Stifel
Accounting

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Implementing COSO’s New Enterprise Risk Data, Risk, and Your Loan Portfolio
Management Framework Toby Lawrence, Lawrence Advisory Services
Marianne Turnbull, CohnReznick LLP Risk & Internal Audit
Risk & Internal Audit
How to Enhance Profitability
Five Things Financial Institutions Need to Be Through Strategic Planning
Thinking About Now Marc Winkler, P&G Associates
John Behringer, RSM US LLP Strategic Issues
Strategic Issues
CLOSING GENERAL SESSION
FMS AWARDS LUNCHEON Into The Unknown:
12:30pm - 1:30pm Leading Your Team in an Uncertain World
Paul Deegan, Motivational and Leadership Expert,
BREAKOUT SESSIONS Everest Mountaineer and Award-Winning Author
1:30pm - 2:30pm 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Loan Default Analysis: A Case Study and Beyond
Guo Chen, Director, Quantitative Research, ZM Financial
Systems
Finance

CECL and the Relationship Between
Credit and Finance
Tim McPeak, Sageworks
Accounting

Integrating Risk Management Into Celebrating Milestone Moments
Your Strategic Plan
Barry Pelagatti, RKL LLP THE
Risk & Internal Audit JUNE 10 - 12,2018

Cybersecurity Threats, Trends, and Strategies
Mark Scholl, Wipfli LLP
Strategic Issues

FMS BREAKOUT SESSIONS
2:30pm - 3:45pm

The Finance of Banking DID YOU KNOW?
Richard Berg, Performance Trust Capital Partners 88% of attendees
Finance Used the mobile app in 2017

3-Step Guide to Hedging Under New Hedge
Accounting Standards
Robert Perry, Principal, ALM & Investment Strategy,
ALM First Financial Advisors
Accounting

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2018

1948 2018

ANNIVERSARY

GROWING TOGETHER

TO HELP YOU REACH YOUR GOALS

FMS Partner Program offers your company exclusive access to year-round opportunities
designed to position you in front of your most important audience –

accounting and finance professionals in the banking and credit union industry.

LOOK WHO JOINED OUR FMS PARTNER PROGRAM FOR 2018.

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FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE FMS PARTNER PROGRAM AT FMSinc.ORG/PARTNERPROGRAM

WHO ATTENDS THE FORUM?

61% 19% 18%

CFO ACCOUNTING/FINANCE CONTROLLER
PROFESSIONALS

General session
Speakers

MONDAY, JUNE 11

Wired and Dangerous: How Your Customers Have Changed and What To Do About It
Chip Bell, Customer-Focused Strategy Expert and Author

Dr. Chip Bell has helped many Fortune 100 companies dramatically enhance their
bottom lines and marketplace reputation through innovative customer-centric
strategies that address the needs of today’s picky, fickle, vocal and “all about me”
customers.

Dr. Bell reveals the best practices from organizations leading the customer loyalty
charge, giving audiences powerful cutting-edge ideas and unique strategies they can
put into practice the minute they leave his keynote. He is considered a world-renowned
authority on customer loyalty and service innovation.

TUESDAY, JUNE 12

Accounting And Regulatory Update
Moderator: Sydney Garmong, Partner, Crowe Horwath

Sydney Garmong is a partner in the national office with Crowe Horwath LLP, located
in Washington, DC, where she address accounting and regulatory issues affecting
financial institutions. In this role, Sydney is responsible for responding to proposals
issued by standard-setters and regulators on matters impacting financial institutions.
She currently serves as chair of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
(AICPA) Depository Institutions Expert Panel. She is also a member of the FASB’s
Credit Losses Transition Resource Group (TRG). Garmong is a former member of the
FMS Board of Directors and FMS Accounting Advisory Council.

Into The Unknown: Leading Your Team in an Uncertain World
Paul Deegan, Motivational and Leadership Expert, Everest Mountaineer and Award-Winning Author

Paul Deegan’s passion for sharing the risk-taking, decision-making, leadership and
teamwork lessons that he has learned the hard way in remote and wild places began
in the 1980s when he proposed and subsequently co-led the first environmental
expedition to Mount Everest at the age of 18. Deegan would finally reach the summit
fifteen years later.

An award-winning author, motivational speaker, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical
Society, Deegan has been interviewed on the BBC, ITV, C4 and Sky, and was one of
10 finalists from 2500 applicants in the BBC’s nationwide search for new television
experts. The Telegraph, The Guardian and The Baghdad Times have all covered
Deegan’s expeditions.

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Program Overview
Finance breakout sessions

FINANCE TRACK CREATING FUNDING STABILITY IN All financial institutions are sitting on a
UNCERTAIN TIMES treasure trove of data. In this session, Mike
Jim Lutter, Senior Vice President, Trading and Mark will focus on how to mine the
and Operations, PMA Funding data, parse it out, and utilize that data to
Financial institutions continually face many help defend model assumptions and drive
challenges in developing and implementing strategic initiatives. Using real-life case
funding strategies. Many variables, such as studies of how a deeper dive into data drove
depositor options/behaviors and regulatory, balance sheet strategies, this session will
economic and rate uncertainties, continue help you gain a better understanding of what
to complicate funding strategies. In loan and deposit data fields should
this session, you will gain insights into be analyzed.
institutional pricing strategies based on
the business cycle, understanding the pros DEPOSIT RISK MANAGEMENT
and cons of various funding vehicles, and AND BEYOND:
navigating the many complexities in the LEVERAGING CUSTOMER DATA
financial industry. Bruce Campbell, Principal, ALCO Partners
What does your depositor data tell you
UTILIZING DATA ANALYTICS FOR about customer preferences and help you
ALM MODELING AND STRATEGY predict behavior? This session will discuss
DEVELOPMENT efficient and transparent methods for
Mike Guglielmo, Managing Director, Darling how you can build and maintain a simple
Consulting Group, and customer-level database and integrate NMD
Mark Haberland, Managing Director, data to eliminate the need for third party
Darling Consulting Group deposit studies. Bruce will also discuss how

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Program Overview
Finance breakout sessions

FINANCE TRACK developing an Attrition Dashboard report UNDERSTANDING AND USING
can help you use deposit data to measure CUSTOMER PROFITABILITY
and monitor “true liquidity” and use your Brad Dahlman, Product and Consulting
customer’s account data to strategically Services, Senior Manager, ProfitStars
predict their behavior. Profitability is highly concentrated in our
industry today with 180 percent of the profit
REDESIGNING YOUR CAPITAL coming from 20 percent of the clients.
PLANNING FRAMEWORK This makes identifying and retaining these
POST BASEL III “key clients” essential. In this session, Brad
David Koch, President and CEO, Farin will discuss how you can use profitability
Financial Risk Management practices to identify your key clients, protect
While BASEL III capital standards may have your relationships with them, and discuss
been rolled back, one question remains: the impact of potential loss.
How do you determine the right level
of capital? Dave explores key changes LOAN DEFAULT ANALYSIS: A CASE
and examines how to revamp the capital STUDY AND BEYOND
planning process to ensure you maintain Guo Chen, Director, Quantitative Research,
the necessary capital buffer for potential ZM Financial Systems
risk. You will learn how to measure each Strategize through defaults in your loan
risk area using sensitivity and scenario portfolio in this interactive session where
tests, and how to produce a capital plan Tom will examine loan data from a medium-
with common scenarios to set sized institution, and discuss types of
capital targets. models you can implement to manage
through a default scenario. Tom will also
A FRAMEWORK FOR STRATEGIC explore how data analytics can be used
PLANNING IN THE BOND PORTFOLIO to impact default-adjusted cash flows and
Michael Davis, Managing Director, SunTrust values, as well as how to build a model to
Robinson Humphrey forecast default-adjusted cash flows for
Strategic portfolio management is ALM, capital planning, CFAST and CECL.
more important than ever in today’s
ever-changing depository environment. THE FINANCE OF BANKING
Throughout this presentation you will learn Richard Berg, CEO, Performance Trust
the difference between strategic and Capital Partners
tactical portfolio management and what Discover a new pathway to financial
makes each important for successful institution profitability. In this session, you
investing. Mike will review Modern Portfolio will learn why “business as usual” does not
Theory and give you the tools you need to work in this new era of banking, and how
apply this theory to the development of a to look differently at your risk and reward
strategic portfolio management framework. as it relates to your institution. Richard will
provide a new strategic decision-making
framework that will help you generate
potentially high quality, sustainable earnings.

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Program Overview
Accounting breakout sessions

ACCOUNTING TRACK Take advantage Among them are a significant reduction in
of the savings that the corporate tax rate. BOLI relies in part on
its tax advantages over other assets. In this
FMS has to offer! session, Scott will discuss the affect this
new legislation will have on BOLI and explore
additional ways to structure it.

Become an FMS Member and not IMPACT OF TAX REFORM ON
only will you save at FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
The 2018 FMS Forum David Thornton, Partner, Crowe Horwath
Everyone is talking about tax reform. This
but you’ll unlock even more SAVINGS! session provides you with an overview of
tax reform measures impacting the financial
FIND OUT HOW services industry and will be presented
in terms that the non-tax-professional can
STAY COMPETITIVE THROUGH understand. Dave will not only discuss
STRATEGIC INTEGRATION: STRESS the impact of tax reform measures, but
TESTING, CECL AND M&A also focus on planning strategies you can
Adam Mustafa, President and CEO, implement to maximize the benefits of
Invictus Group these changes and the impact of tax reform
The savviest CEOs and CFOs are looking at provisions on your financial statements.
CECL as a way to differentiate themselves
from their competitors and their peers. This THE NEW WORLD OF HEDGING: RULES
presentation will dive into the approaches AND STRATEGIES
and methodologies these executives Dan Morrill, CPA, Member of the Firm,
are deploying to optimize their loan Wolf & Company, P.C. and
loss reserves under CECL and position Ryan Henley, Managing Director,
themselves to minimize or even eliminate Fixed Income Research, Stifel
any shock to their earnings and capital, The new Derivatives and Hedging standard
even on Day 1 of implementation. Adam will has removed many roadblocks the legacy
also cover how to approach CECL with a guidance had imposed. How will this
strategic lens rather than a compliance one, impact your institution? In this session,
and how CECL goes hand-in-hand with your Dan and Ryan will illustrate the context for
strategic and capital planning initiatives. hedge relationships provided by the new
standard, as well as strategic examples of
BOLI AFTER TAX REFORM what is now available in your institution’s
Scott Richardson, President and CEO, hedging toolkit. Dan’s accounting-oriented
IZALE Financial Group perspective partnered with Ryan’s strategic-
Bank-Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) is used minded perspective will provide you with a
by over 3,700 financial institutions as an well-rounded and comprehensive insights
alternative investment, with BOLI earnings discovered during conversations with
earmarked to offset the rising cost of regulators and other standard setters.
employee benefits. Tax reform legislation will
usher in the broadest changes in 30 years.

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Program Overview
Accounting breakout sessions

ACCOUNTING TRACK THE IMPACT OF CECL: A FINANCIAL CECL AND THE RELATIONSHIP
CRISIS RETROSPECTIVE BETWEEN CREDIT AND FINANCE
Larry Sorensen, Senior Vice President and Tim McPeak, Executive Risk Management
CFO, Washington Trust Bank Consultant, Sageworks
Amidst the inundation of information of Even the prep work that financial institutions
implementing CECL, little attention has should be undertaking today in advance of
been paid to the impact of CECL, and its CECL implementation requires collaboration
implications and performance across a between credit and finance staff. This
credit cycle. Using his own institution’s data session will address how the two can work
and actual performance metrics from the together to tackle CECL as efficiently as
financial crisis (2006-2011), Larry has re-run possible. Tim will review potential cross-
his data assuming CECL was the accounting functional opportunities through which
standard of the day. He will not only explore financial institutions can leverage CECL data
how the new standard would have impacted and what processes to implement for a
his institution during the crisis, but also sound risk management framework.
provide you with a better understanding
of the impact of CECL on the financial 3-STEP GUIDE TO HEDGING UNDER
management of your institution, and its NEW HEDGE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
behavior across a credit downturn. Robert Perry, Principal, ALM & Investment
Strategy, ALM First Financial Advisors
HOW TO IMPLEMENT CECL IN EXCEL The accounting standards update for hedge
Ryan Abdoo, Industry Technical Leader for accounting, published in August 2017, are
Financial Institutions, Plante Moran expected to allow more financial institutions
Based on the backdrop of regulatory to apply hedge accounting to their risk
communications with regard to institutions management strategies. To help put the
that use Excel with the incurred loss model, updates into perspective, this session will
this presentation will demonstrate how discuss how to hedge interest-rate risk
to implement CECL with Excel. Ryan will under these new standards in three simple
present several example calculations that steps. You will walk away with a broader
your institution could employ when adopting understanding of the limitations of the
CECL without having to purchase current hedge accounting rules and work
modeling software. through how to start the process of
early adoption.

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Program Overview
Internal audit and risk management
Breakout sessions

INTERNAL AUDIT & RISK TRACK HOW TO UP YOUR GAME: INTERNAL reporting such as SOC 2 reporting, this
AUDIT BEST PRACTICES session will also evaluate the impacts of the
Mary Lou Scalese, Chief Auditor and EVP, transition from SSAE16 to SSAE18 on your
Customers Bank SOC reports.
Unique from a banker’s perspective, this
presentation will cover the Fed internal audit PREPARING FOR FDICIA ACROSS ASSET
requirements for institutions under $10 SIZES
billion in assets, but also include an overview David Heneke, Principal,
of Fed requirements in SR 13-01 and other CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
best practices for financial institutions over As your institution grows and crosses
$10 billion that can be used even in smaller major asset size milestones, regulatory
institutions for best practices. By looking and operational changes must be made in
at factors such as risk assessment and the order to meet FDICIA standards. During this
development of the audit plan, you’ll walk session, David will discuss what is required
away from this interactive session with a of C-level leadership - from regulatory
solid library of knowledge to take home and requirements to internal controls -
implement in your institution. to remain compliant.

CYBERSECURITY: WHY THE DARK WEB IMPLEMENTING COSO’S NEW
SHOULD BE YOUR GUIDE ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT
Shawn O’Brien, President, QwickRate FRAMEWORK
Like it or not, cybersecurity is part of our Marianne Turnbull, Managing Director,
daily business. This presentation will point CohnReznick LLP
out today’s trending threats, the weak In September 2017, COSO released
links in many institutions’ cybersecurity their new Enterprise Risk Management
plans, what regulators are looking for in - Integrating Strategy and Performance
your cybersecurity programs, and how to framework which highlights the importance
manage the accountability of your Board of considering strategy and driving
and senior management. performance into your ERM process. In
this presentation, Marianne will explore
CASE STUDY: ways your institution can enhance your
UPDATES AND TRENDS OF THIRD current ERM process to address the ever-
PARTY ASSURANCE REPORTING changing risk landscape. You will gain a full
Mark Boettcher, Senior Manager, CPA, CISA, understanding of how to assess your ERM
CBCP, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause maturity level and review methodology that
Using practical case study examples, Mark can be leveraged to implement ERM
will explore several of the changes in third at your institution.
party assurance reporting including SOC
for cybersecurity, SOC 2+ reporting, and INTEGRATING RISK MANAGEMENT INTO
SSAE 18 transition. You will walk away with YOUR STRATEGIC PLAN
insights into the new AICPA cybersecurity Barry Pelagatti, Partner-In-Charge, Financial
risk management examination and what this Services Industry Group, RKL LLP
means for your institution. By considering As the regulatory environment continues
the current emerging trends in assurance

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Program Overview
Internal audit and risk management
Breakout sessions

INTERNAL AUDIT & RISK TRACK to become increasingly complex, the risk in your loan portfolio. Toby will explore
integration of risk management into your how to effectively use your data to perform
day-to-day decision making is a vital stress tests and measure the performance of
element to your institution’s success. individual loan officers.
Timely recognition of risk in all areas -
compliance, regulatory, reporting, ICFR and Use Automation to Strengthen Your
operational, etc. - and the coordination of Internal Control Structure
risk management service providers can Renata Sheyner,
no longer be a secondary process. In his Senior Product Manager, Fiserv
presentation, Barry will provide perspective Internal Controls include the policies
on how to effectively integrate risk and procedures that financial institutions
management into your institution’s establish to reduce risks and ensure
day-to-day operations. they meet operating, reporting and
compliance objectives. As you work towards
DATA, RISK, AND strengthening your internal controls, manual
YOUR LOAN PORTFOLIO processes may slow you down. Reconciliation
Toby Lawrence, President, Lawrence is an area that many financial institutions
Advisory Services focus on to establish strong internal controls.
Providing the right data and analysis can In this session you will learn how eliminating
make any CFO or internal auditor the hero manual processes, automating and integrating
of their institution. Be the hero and attend reconciliation and certification processes can
this session where you’ll learn how to take not only accrue wider benefits across the
data extracted from your data processing organization but also strengthen your internal
systems and use it to evaluate the inherent control structure.

LOOK WHAT PEOPLE WERE SAYING
ABOUT THE FORUM LAST YEAR!

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Program Overview
Strategic issues breakout sessions

S T R AT E G I C I S S U E S T R AC K SALARY AND COMPENSATION AT performance improvement and
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: INSIGHTS strategic planning.
AND INDUSTRY TRENDS
Christie Summervill, CEO, BalancedComp WHY PLANNING AHEAD FOR
and Scott Richardson, President and CEO, M & A CORE IT CONTRACT
IZALE Financial Group NEGOTIATIONS PAYS OFF
How does your institution stack up against Aaron Silva, Founder and CEO, Paladin fs
others like you in terms of salary and Mergers and acquisitions will continue to
compensation? Find out in this informative be a viable growth strategy for financial
session as we discuss the results of a institutions - or, in some cases, they’ll be
recent bank and credit union compensation survival strategies. No matter which side
survey conducted jointly with FMS, Balanced of the transaction your institution may be
Comp and IZALE Financial Group. on, core and IT contracts will impact the
deal cost, accretive value, and shareholder
MUTUAL, CREDIT UNION, benefit. This session will outline specific
SHAREHOLDER OWNED: DELIVERING steps and strategies you can follow to
VALUE TO YOUR CONSTITUENCIES implement more profitable and merger-
Jeffrey Marsico, Executive Vice President, friendly agreements.
The Kafafian Group, Inc.
No matter your constituency: customers, KEYS TO SUCCESS IN THE CURRENT
employees, community, regulators, and INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT
shareholders, your institution is called upon Jason Rader, National Industry Partner,
to deliver value. What would success look BKD, LLP
like if you nailed it? Jeff will demonstrate As a leader who is responsible for guiding
how building meaningful financial projections your financial institution in the future,
and metrics into your strategy can be knowing how to manage through our
used to motivate and reward employees constantly evolving industry and sustaining a
in innovative ways that will help move your high performing organization is paramount.
institution forward. This presentation will analyze our current
environment with a focus on regulatory,
10 PERFORMANCE MEASURES financial and competitive issues impacting
THAT MATTER the industry. Using this analysis, Jason will
Terence Roche, Partner, explore the risks you need to address, as
Cornerstone Advisors well as what is needed to stay successful as
How is your institution performing in the you take your institution into the future.
face of constant industry change? Learn
how you can manage through the change FIVE THINGS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
during this session as we explore broad NEED TO BE THINKING ABOUT NOW
and useful strategic measures in areas John Behringer, Partner, RSM US LLP
of growth, profitability, efficiency, risk, There are a number of significant issues
customer satisfaction, and employee and emerging trends affecting U.S. middle
engagement. This interactive program will market companies and the U.S. economy
help you assemble a working scorecard that in general, both of which are crucial to
can be used to incorporate measures into

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Program Overview
Strategic issues breakout sessions

S T R AT E G I C I S S U E S T R AC K the health and vibrancy of the financial operational procedures you can employ
institutions sector. In this session, John will to prevent becoming a victim, and how to
explore the five critical things you should be respond if your data has
thinking about right now including regulatory been compromised.
changes/CECL, tax reform, data analytics,
the changing work force demographic, and HOW TO ENHANCE PROFITABILITY
changes to your customer preferences. You THROUGH STRATEGIC PLANNING
will also learn how all of these changes are Marc Winkler, Associate Director, P&G
poised to impact your bank or credit union. Associates
In today’s competitive environment, financial
CYBERSECURITY THREATS, TRENDS, institutions that are only doing the basics in
AND STRATEGIES terms of strategic planning are doomed to
Mark Scholl, Partner, Wipfli LLP fall further and further behind their peers. In
Technology has changed how we run our this session, Marc offer insights into how to
businesses and service our customers. As improve performance, enhance profitability
a result, many institutions face new threats and control your destiny! You will learn what
in the confidentiality and availability of your you can do to help your institution remain
critical data. This session will discuss some strong and relevant and gain competitive
of the most common cyber threats facing advantages through robust and ongoing
financial institutions today, what internal strategic planning.

LOOK WHAT PEOPLE WERE SAYING
ABOUT THE FORUM LAST YEAR!

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Sun Networking
Events

FMS is pleased to welcome you to the 2018 FMS Forum to celebrate to celebrate our 70th Anniversary. We’ve
designed a series of events to help you expand your network, enjoy the city, and most importantly connect with

your peers. Take a look at what we have planned.
day

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GOLF TOURNAMENT - $160 Take advantage
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM of the savings that
(Advanced registration and additional fee is required)
Join FMS at the The Grand Cypress Golf Club where the group will FMS has to offer!
be welcomed with a continental breakfast before the Shot Gun
start. At the conclusion of the tournament, golfers will gather for a Become an FMS Member and not
buffet luncheon as recognitions are presented. only will you save at
The 2018 FMS Forum
Package Includes:*
• Continental breakfast and lunch at the course but you’ll unlock even more SAVINGS!
• Golf Cart and use of locker room
FIND OUT HOW
*Rental Clubs available for an additional charge. Collared golf
shirts and proper length shorts or slacks are required.
**The Grand Cypress Gold Club is a spikeless golf facility.

NEW MEMBER AND FIRST TIMER RECEPTION
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM

If this is your first visit to The Forum, this event will help you get to know FMS and your fellow attendees in a
relaxed, casual environment. Get tips from FMS leadership on some of the benefits of FMS membership, how to
map out the learning opportunities throughout the week that best fit your needs, and find ideas on applying your
newfound knowledge back at the office.

ORLANDO ATENDEE ACCESS PASS
With so much to do and see in Orlando – we didn’t want you to miss anything! Click below for offers and discounts
that FMS Forum Attendees can take advantage of while in Orlando. Visit Bit.ly/forumtours to learn more.

70s THEMED WELCOME RECEPTION - GET GROOVY!
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Get Groovy with FMS! Celebrate our 70th Anniversary. Wear your best 70s attire and connect
with your colleagues and reminisce about the past and celebrate the future!

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TUE MON MARKETPLACE
Monday & Tuesday

The FMS Marketplace at The Forum is your one-stop networking and solutions center. Maximize the face-to-face
time with experts from across the country, all poised to help provide you with practical solutions you can use in

DAY your institution on a daily basis.

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7: 00 AM – 8:00 AM Networking Breakfast
9:45 AM – 10:15 AM Morning Networking Break
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Networking Lunch
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Networking Break
5:15 PM – 6:30 PM Evening Reception

SDAY

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7:00 AM – 7:45 AM Networking Breakfast
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Networking Break

There’s still time left to grab your booth,
Get them before they are gone!

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ENTRANCE

Register
Today

Early Bird Rate Preferred Rate Full Rate

December 12, 2017 - March 12 - May 10, 2018 May 11 - June 8, 2018
March 11, 2018

FMS Member $1,250 $1,350 $1,450

Staff/Co-Worker of Member $1,450 $1,550 $1,650

Non-Member $1,850 $1,950 $2,050

Guest Registration** $250 $250 $250

**Guest registration fees include access to Sunday and Monday night Take advantage
receptions, as well as conference breakfast. Children under 12 are free; of the savings that
however, they must be accompanied by an attendee and registered to
attend guest events. FMS has to offer!

REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS Become an FMS Member and not
Refunds minus a $250 processing fee will be issued for written only will you save at
cancellations received by FMS no later than March 11, 2018. Request The 2018 FMS Forum
received between March 12, 2018, and May 10, 2018, will be refunded
50% minus the $250 cancellation fee. No refunds will be processed after but you’ll unlock even more SAVINGS!
May 11, 2018, however a substitute from your institution is welcome. FMS
reserves the right to change instructors or reschedule/cancel session when FIND OUT HOW
necessary. FMS is not responsible for airfare penalties incurred due to the
cancellation of a program. Optional Events are non-refundable except when
the events themselves are canceled by FMS.

RESERVE YOUR DOWNLOAD THE
SPOT TODAY REGISTRATION
FORM

“ The FMS Forum is designed exclusively by and for
financial institution professionals.

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HOTEL
INFORMATION

The 2018 FMS Forum will take place in at the Hyatt Regency Grand
Cypress in Orlando, Florida.
1Grand Cypress Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32836

ROOM RATES PER ROOM PER NIGHT

The special room rate is valid three (3) day prior to and three (3) days
after the meeting subject to availability.

Single/Double Occupancy $185.00*

*A $10 resort fee plus 12% tax per night will be applied to each guest room.

RESERVE YOUR ROOM
In One of Two Convenient Ways:

1. Make your reservations online at bit.ly/FMSGrandCypress
2. Contact the hotel directly by phone at 1-407-239-3955

Be sure to mention the Financial Managers Society and The 2018 FMS
Forum. Reservations must be received no later than May 15, 2018
and are subject to space and rate availability.

WHO ATTENDS THE FORUM?

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$1B - 4.99B $250M - $499M $100M - $294M $500M+

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