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Upcoming Events of the BCAC


Date:

December 13, 2018
Thursday

Location:

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
42 Century Drive
Bristol, CT 06010
860-589-7766

Topic:
Risk Management and Annual Meeting
Speaker(s): Scott M. Polakoff, EVP of FinPro, Inc.

The BCAC is pleased to announce a half-day seminar on a variety of Risk Management topics. The December meeting is also our Annual Meeting. See a separate document attached with further details regarding the Annual Meeting.

We are very pleased to have Scott M. Polakoff as our guest speaker for the seminar. Scott currently holds the position of Executive Vice President for FinPro, Inc. He provides valuable consulting advice to many banks and credit unions throughout New England.

The seminar will include discussions on the following Risk Management topics:

  • Regulatory Relief
  • Economic Conditions
  • Liquidity
  • Corporate Governance
  • Asset Quality

Mr. Polakoff joined FinPro, Inc. in 2011 after more than 25 years of bank regulatory service. Starting with the FDIC in 1983, Scott worked in positions of increased responsibility, including eight years as the Chicago Regional Director and one year on an executive rotation with The Boeing Company, Chicago, IL (Leadership Center, Employee and Labor Relations unit, and Executive Compensation and Benefits unit). He also served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Office of Thrift Supervision in Washington, D.C., for three years. Upon retiring from government service in 2009, Scott joined Booz Allen Hamilton as a Principal in its regulatory practice.

Scott now uses his skills and knowledge to help community bankers operate in a safe and sound manner. He is an expert in negotiating both formal and informal enforcement actions, responding to fair lending and UDAAP allegations, building value through Internal Risk Assessments, evaluating Board and Management performance, validating ALLL methodologies, and establishing robust Corporate Governance practices.

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