1. What Happens When A Bank Fails?

What Happens When A Bank Fails?

Financial institution expert John Popeo will detail the entire process for failed financial institutions.
Event ID: 2329992
Date: Recorded on Thursday, May 21, 2020
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: John Popeo, Principal at The Gallatin Group
Credits: 1.0 NASBA (Management Services)

What Happens When a Bank Fails?

Despite COVID-19 relief from the federal government, numerous banks are finding it impossible to meet their capital and liquidity requirements. Others are repositioning to acquire troubled or failed institutions.

Whether your institution is struggling, looking for possible acquisition targets, or preparing for future risks, you need to understand the mechanics of the failed-bank auction, acquisition, FDIC resolution, and receivership process.

  • How does the FDIC competitive bidding process work?
  • What do purchase and assumption (P&A) agreements entail?
  • What regulatory requirements should you consider?
  • How do transition structures typically look?
  • What are the FDIC resolution and receivership powers in a failed-bank transaction?

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