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OCC's Community Bank Director Workshops

The Directors' Workshops are one of many offerings that add value to OCC supervision. Directors are integral to the long-term health and viability of community-based financial institutions. The OCC is committed to providing a support structure that recognizes and builds on that importance.

– Jennifer Kelly
Senior Deputy Comptroller for Mid-Size/Community Bank Supervision

We have designed our workshops to meet the needs of new directors as well as experienced directors who want to review the fundamentals or get critical updates. You will participate in dynamic sessions led by some of OCC's most experienced and qualified professionals and get solid, cost-effective training related to the challenges you face every day. Limited participation in each workshop—just 35 participants—means you will have ample time to network with regulators and colleagues and share ideas and information.

Who can attend OCC's Community Bank Director Workshops?

Our workshops are designed for directors of national community banks and federal savings associations.

How many workshops are available?

We offer four workshops for directors of national community banks and federal savings associations at different locations throughout the year in two series:

Basic Series

Risk Management Series

Where and when are the workshops?

View the 2015 scheduled locations

View the 2014 scheduled locations

 

Other questions about the workshops?

Review our Frequently Asked Questions.

How to Register

Please register online. If you have any additional questions about the workshops, please contact the registration center at (240) 485-1700 or by e-mail.