Upcoming Events

Large-Bank Directors Conference

This conference is for independent directors at firms with assets above $50 billion that are not designated among the most systemically important. Directors will have the opportunity to network with their peers and senior Federal Reserve System supervisors and to discuss current hot topics. Specifically topics related to governance, cyber security, capital planning and other topics relevant to directors and the industry.

August 29-30, 2017

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2017 Chicago Payments Symposium

The payments system is changing substantially, facilitated by innovations in information technology. The annual Chicago Payments Symposium provides an independent forum for discussing and collaborating on the most pressing payments issues of the day.

September 16-27, 2017

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CRA Workshop for Banks: Beyond the Basics in Wausau

This workshop is an advanced CRA training session specifically tailored for experienced CRA Officers of Intermediate Small Banks or Large Banks. The training is designed to help banks attain optimal community development performance.

September 26, 2017

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Twelfth Annual Community Bankers Symposium

The conference will consist of presentations on current industry developments and key bank supervision issues. The conference will provide an opportunity for attendees to have a dialogue on areas of supervisory focus, the banking environment and regulatory updates.

November 18, 2017

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Annual Agriculture Conference

This year the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s annual conference will examine the Midwest agriculture’s ties to the global economy. This conference will inform and bring together those interested in issues surrounding agricultural trade and the global economy. At the conference, experts from academia, industry, and policy institutions will discuss trends in agricultural exports and their impact on the Midwestern economy, as well as the role of global demand for Midwest agricultural products. The goals of the conference include understanding the linkages between agricultural exports and farm income; assessing the primary drivers of agricultural trade; exploring policies that affect agricultural trade; and discussing the impacts of agricultural trade on the Midwestern economy.

November 28, 2017

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