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2016 Press Releases
Idaho Department of Finance Earns Banking Supervision Re-accreditation
California and Missouri Begin Using Uniform Mortgage Test; 50 State Agencies Now Using the Test
North Dakota Department of Financial Institutions Receives Certificate of Mortgage Accreditation
CSBS Names Jim Kurtzke Vice President of Communications
CSBS Announces 2016 Community Bank Case Study Competition Participants
SRR Releases 2015 Annual Report
Colorado Begins Using Uniform Mortgage Test; 51 State Agencies Now Using the Test
Gonzales Appointed to FFIEC State Liaison Committee
Scott Corscadden Named New NMLS Ombudsman
FFIEC Seeks Comments on Proposed Revisions
Financial Regulators Release New Appendix for Retail Payment Systems Booklet
Face Appointed to FFIEC State Liaison Committee
Lawson Elected as State Liaison Committee Chairman
Multi-State Non-Bank Supervision Groups Release Annual Reports
CSBS Releases 2015 Annual Report
12 Student Teams Named Finalists in 2016 Community Bank Case Study Competition
CSBS and MTRA Issue White Paper on State Supervision of MSBs
CSBS Announces New Leadership
Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending Receives Mortgage Reaccreditation
CSBS Announces Winners of the 2016 Community Bank Case Study Competition
CSBS Chairman Challenges State and Federal Regulators to Work Together
Illinois Begins Using Uniform Mortgage Test; 52 State Agencies Now Using the Test
West Virginia Department of Financial Institutions Receives Banking Reaccreditation
FFIEC Issues Statement on Safeguarding the Cybersecurity of Interbank Messaging and Payment Networks
Statement on the Financial CHOICE Act
Statement on Introduction of the Bank Service Company Examination Coordination Act
New Call Report to Streamline Supervision of Money Services Businesses
Fed/CSBS 2016 Community Banking Research Conference to Be Held Sept. 28-29
FFIEC Invites Public Comment on Streamlined "Call Report" for Smaller Institutions
Fed/CSBS Announce Papers Selected for the 2016 Community Banking Research Conference
Financial Regulators Release Revised Information Security Booklet
White Paper Discusses Opportunities for Community Banks to Collaborate
NMLS Launches New Capabilities to Streamline State Licensing Processes
North Carolina Commissioner Ray Grace Appointed
CSBS Releases Second Quarter NMLS
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Announces Availability of 2015 Data on Mortgage Lending
Federal Reserve and CSBS Release Findings from 2016 National Survey of Community Banks
Washington Department of Financial Institutions Earns Bank, Mortgage Accreditation
CSBS-Federal Reserve Research Conference Describes the Value and Business Prospects of Community Banks
FFIEC Announces Webinars in Observance of Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Maryland Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation Receives Accreditation of Mortgage Supervision Program
CSBS Names Tom Bayer Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
FFIEC Issues Frequently Asked Questions Guide on the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool
Third Annual “Your License is Your Business Campaign” Launches Today
CSBS Releases Map of State Requirements for Opening Bank Accounts for Minors
FFIEC Issues Uniform Interagency Consumer Compliance Rating System
State Regulators Oppose OCC Fintech Charter
State Regulatory Group Announces New Cyber Certification Program for Bank Examiners
Statement by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors on Comptroller’s Announcement of New Federal Charters
2017 NMLS Renewal Campaign “Your License is Your Business” Off to Strong Start
FFIEC Streamlines “Call Report” for Small Institutions
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 Fed/CSBS 2016 Community Banking Research Conference to Be Held Sept. 28-29   


Fed Gov. Jerome Powell and Oklahoma Banker Gene Rainbolt to Deliver Keynote Speeches

 Media interested in attending this invitation-only event in person must register in advance
with the St. Louis Fed's Suzanne Jenkins or CSBS's Rockhelle Johnson

ST. LOUIS ― Community bankers, academics, policymakers and bank supervisors from around the country will meet Sept. 28-29 in St. Louis for the fourth annual “Community Banking in the 21st Century” research and policy conference. The conference is hosted by the Federal Reserve System and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) and features the latest in community banking research.

This year’s conference will be begin at 9 a.m. Central time on Wednesday, Sept. 28, and will conclude the afternoon of Sept. 29. The conference will be livestreamed via

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis James Bullard will give welcoming remarks, along with CSBS Chairman and Commissioner of the Texas Department of Banking Charles Cooper, and Julie Stackhouse, executive vice president of Banking Supervision and Regulation for the St. Louis Fed. John Ryan, CSBS president and CEO, will wrap up the conference on Sept. 29.

Keynote speakers will include Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans, and H.E. "Gene" Rainbolt, chairman of BancFirst Corp. in Oklahoma City, Okla.

Day-one of the conference will feature the presentation of research papers submitted and selected for the conference.  The research will be presented in three sessions, with each featuring a panel discussion and Q&A led by both a moderator and a community banker.  The first day will also feature a presentation by a team of students from Southeastern Louisiana University, the winners of the 2016 CSBS Community Bank Case Study Competition.

Day-two of the conference will conclude with the release of the results from the 2016 Community Banking in the 21st Century national survey and a panel discussion of the survey findings.

More information about the 2016 conference, as well as videos, papers and presentations from previous conferences, can be found at www.communitybanking,org.

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