The Tennessee Bankers Association has chosen to cosponsor, support and promote a few choice programs hosted by other related entities each year.
An information resource to the financial community since 1991, Bank Director focuses on the strategic issues most fundamental to a bank’s CEO, senior leadership team, chairman and independent directors. A privately-held company based in Brentwood, TN with offices in Washington, D.C., our team’s operational focus aligns with the educational, informational and fiduciary interests of a bank’s board of directors and C-suite of executives.
In response to the mounting pressures placed on the banking community, Bank Director has created a board education program. This affordable membership program combines Bank Director’s conferences, our quarterly publication, director training videos and our online library of exclusive articles. It’s not a one-time learning opportunity, but rather an ongoing collection of resources in-person, in-print and online. Active participation in this program is sure to send a strong signal to your regulators that you are committed to a “strong board, strong bank” philosophy and that your board has the knowledge to exceed governance expectation.
The Bank Services Membership Program includes:
- Subscription to Bank Director magazine
- Access to Online Training and Board Briefs
- Board and Executive Performance Surveys
- Discount to Bank Director Conferences
- Access to Exclusive Content on BankDirector.com
- Weekly Member E-Newsletter
For more information on these services, please email or call Amanda Wages at 615-777-8461 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for a free webinar on board focused tools available to you and your board.
May 25 – June 5, 2020
Baton Rouge, LA
Tuition: $4,145 (plus one-time application fee of $300)
Final admission deadline is April 16, 2020.
A graduate-level school for bank officers, the GSB is a three-year school with a two-week resident session each year. The school, organized in 1950, features computer-based simulations, microcomputer models, case work, and extension problems along with traditional classroom instruction. The GSB is cosponsored by 15 state bankers associations, including Tennessee.