Using the UBPR to Improve Bank Performance
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- Take-away toolkit
- Ability to download webinar video
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How does your bank stack up against your peers?
This practical webinar will teach you how to improve bank performance by understanding ratios used in the Uniform Bank Performance Report.
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Examine your bank the way regulators do
- Understand and improve bank profitability and shareholder value
- Explore the components of net interest margin
- Compare asset quality and OREO with others
- Gain perspective on the allowance for loans and lease losses
- Delve into liquidity
- Compare your use of wholesale funding to peers
- Better understand interest-rate risk
The goal of this webinar is to improve your bank’s performance by understanding bank ratios. And nothing provides better information than the Uniform Bank Performance Report. Learn about the critical components of independence – shareholder value, and the most important measure of shareholder return – return on equity.
By following along with your free, personalized UBPR report, you will understand the differences between your bank and national peers or any local bank. Then, use this in strategic planning or daily decision-making to add profitability, improve liquidity, improve asset quality, increase shareholder value, understand the non-maturity account surge, etc. This pragmatic webinar will provide information you can use immediately and serve as excellent training for the board in fulfilling their responsibility of overseeing bank performance.
Attendance certificate provided to self-report CE credits.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative session is designed for community bank presidents, chief financial officers, and board members who want to remain proactive in dealing with bank capital. It can also be used to train new officers.
- An easy-to-use model for graphing historical ratio relationships
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz