Annual Agriculture Conference
On November 20, 2019, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will hold a conference to examine environmental issues related to Midwest agriculture, with a particular focus on conservation practices. Experts from academia, industry, and policy institutions will gather to discuss the connections between midwestern agriculture, the environment, and the regional economy. The goals of the conference include understanding the impacts of agriculture and conservation practices on the health of populations and their surroundings; analyzing farming policies that affect natural resources; and exploring how environmental considerations may affect the financing and sustainability of agriculture, which has generally been less profitable in recent years.
November 20, 2019
14th Community Bankers Symposium
The conference will consist of presentations on current industry developments and key bank supervision issues, as well as provide an opportunity for attendees to have a dialogue on areas of supervisory focus, the banking environment, and regulatory updates.
November 22, 2019