Denver, CO, June 14, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) and the Denver-based law firm of Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson (SBBO) have announced the details of a series of five Community Banker Roundtables that will be held around the state of Colorado in June, 2019.
The roundtable discussions, moderated by SBBO partner John Podvin, will examine current issues of interest to the banking community and examination “hot” topics. Regulators from the Division of Banking, FDIC, and Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will be in attendance.
Each session will be introduced by IBC Executive Director Barbara Walker, who will discuss legislative issues affecting community banks.
A NextGen question-and-answer event will follow each roundtable discussion as community bank customers and innovators discuss issues that will help community banks plan for the future and meet customer needs.
Each roundtable event concludes with a fun outing and networking opportunity in the community.
All roundtables and NextGen presentations will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and lunch is included in the price of admission. The NextGen Outing and Networking event will be held from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The dates and locations of the Community Banker Roundtables are:
Tuesday, June 18 – Durango
• Bank of Colorado, 1199 Main Avenue
• NextGen outing and networking, Ska Brewing Company
Wednesday, June 19 – Alamosa
• San Luis Valley Federal Bank Annex,
• NextGen outing and networking, Colorado Farm Brewery, 2070 County Road 12 South (about 15 minutes from the Annex)
Tuesday, June 25 – Pueblo
• Giodone Public Library, 24655 Highway Business 50 East
• NextGen outing and networking, Pueblo Riverwalk Boat Tour, 101 S. Union Avenue
Wednesday, June 26 – Fort Collins
• Bank of Colorado Training Center, 1614 Oakridge Drive
• NextGen outing and networking, New Belgium Brewery, 500 Linden Street
Thursday, June 27 – Denver
• Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson Office Building, 7979 East Tufts Avenue, 1st Floor Training Room
• NextGen outing and networking, Top Golf, 10601 East Easter Avenue, Centennial
Roundtable Registration Information
IBC Roundtable Members and Next Generation of Banking Leader Members attend Roundtable meetings for FREE. The admission cost for IBC member banks is $200, while non-member banks attend for $250. Banks that sign up may send an unlimited number of attendees to that roundtable. Registration deadline is one week prior to each roundtable. No money will be refunded after that date. Substitutes are welcome.
NextGen Registration Information
IBC NextGen Members attend meeting for free. IBC member banks attend meeting for $25 and IBC non-member banks attend for $50.
NextGen experience is: $30 per person. 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. NextGen Outing and Networking.
Please send registration details, including which roundtable, your organization, phone number, and names of attendees to Maelynn Lewis at email@example.com, or fax to 303.832.2040.
For questions, contact the IBC at 303.832.2000.
About the Independent Bankers of Colorado (www.ibcbanks.org)
The Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) is Colorado’s exclusive voice for the state’s community banks. With 60 members, the IBC represents banks of all of sizes and charter types and is dedicated solely to representing the interests of the community banking industry and the communities and customers it serves.
About Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson LLP (www.sbbolaw.com)
With offices in Denver, Colorado and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson LLP is a law firm committed to providing its clients with knowledgeable, responsive and cost-effective representation in the areas of financial services, capital markets, securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, insolvency, and insurance coverage. Founded in 2001 by former partners of national law firms, the firm provides financial institutions, companies, and individuals with legal counsel in a broad range of commercial litigation, business, and regulatory matters. Many of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized nationally for their industry-leading work.