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The Examiner-in-Charge School is designed to train attendees to evaluate management and to recognize practices that increase a bank’s exposure to risk. Attendees will also receive guidance and practice conducting board meetings. During the sessions, attendees will engage in several interactive discussions in which they focus on examination scoping, findings, and management as well as exit meetings and board presentations.

​​​​​While much of the EIC School is based on safety and soundness examination activities and findings, any lead examiner can relate to the objectives and learn techniques for being a better EIC. 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, attendees are able to:

  • Assess an institution’s present and future risk.
  • Recognize management’s ability to monitor and control risk.
  • Present issues effectively to management and Board of Directors in a clear, concise and professional manner.

Time Commitment:

  • Pre-Course Assignment: Approx. 5 hours, assignment will be sent to all registrants at least 3 weeks before the school begins.
  • Resident Session: 4.5 days in-person or 6 half-days virtually
  • Post-Course Work: None

Target Audience:

Examiners preparing to take the role of Examiner-in-Charge.


Please view our Calendar of Events to register. 

Questions? Please contact Katie Hoyle ([email protected]).