Credit, operational risk workshops slated next month for bank directors

Two workshops on credit and operational risk will be held Aug. 1 and 2 in Charlottesville, Va., for national community bank and federal savings association directors, senior management, and other executives, the national bank regulator said Thursday.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) will hold its “Credit Risk: Recognizing and Responding to Risk” workshop Aug. 1 in Charlottesville. The workshop will focus on the roles of the board and management, credit risk within the loan portfolio, and how to stay informed of changes in credit risk. The Aug. 2 workshop, “Operational Risk: Navigating Rapid Changes,” will address key risk management processes, oversight roles and governance responsibilities, fraud, risk-based audit programs, third-party vendor oversight, establishing a strong ethical culture, and regulatory expectations to address cyber threats, the OCC said.

The fee for each workshop is $99. The OCC said participants will receive course materials, supervisory materials, and lunch.

OCC Hosts Credit and Operational Risk Workshops in Charlottesville

OCC workshop schedule