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https://www.pcbb.com/company/events/webinars/19
Tailored to Colorado, this value packed webinar, hosted by CBA (CO) and presented by PCBB, will include topics to consider as you defend changes in your qualitative factors, design credit stress testing scenarios or prepare 2021 financial plans.
https://www.pcbb.com/company/events/webinars/16
With so much uncertainty in the economy today due to the pandemic, your management, board, and regulators are likely asking the same two questions: What loans are at risk?
https://www.pcbb.com/company/events/webinars/15
In this webinar, we will discuss how to use GDP, unemployment, and economic data to gain perspective and manage exposures, how to quantify the value of COVID-19's impact and more.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-09-01-baas-transactions-hit-225b-continue-to-grow
Banking as a Service (BaaS) activity has been steadily climbing, but the pandemic put it into high gear.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-08-30-retaining-talent-as-workers-rethink-career-goals
The pandemic has led many people to re-evaluate what they want from life and their careers.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-08-23-hospitality-industry-is-it-out-of-intensive-care-yet
The hospitality industry was hit hard by the effects of the coronavirus.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-08-27-how-to-reduce-the-uncertainty-zone-of-fraud
Since COVID-19, fraud has increased threefold, which is causing bankers to work harder than ever to fight fraud.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-05-04-encouraging-small-talk-within-your-institution
While small talk around the water cooler has been around for decades, the pandemic has reduced the opportunity for that exchange.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-04-28-residual-cre-impact-from-the-pandemic
Bankers are waiting with bated breath to see how commercial real estate portfolios will land now that some economic recovery seems to be underway.
https://www.pcbb.com/bid/2021-03-15-stemming-the-exodus-of-women-in-the-workplace
Women between the ages of 25 and 44 are roughly 3x more likely to leave the workforce due to the added demands of the pandemic.