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Heartland Compliance August 2019 Quarterly Meeting

  • Tue, August 13, 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
  • WSU Hughes Metroplex, Room 132, 5015 E. 29th St, Wichita, KS (NEW LOCATION)

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Heartland Compliance

Tuesday,  August 13, 2019

WSU Hughes Metroplex, Room 132, 5015 E 29th St, Wichita, KS

8:30 Refreshments

9:00-12:00 Program

Program   (2.5 Hours CPE for CRCM and CPA credit)       

   REGULATOR PANEL - Hot Topics

Laura Reichart and Amy Mark, FDIC

Katy Kirkpatrick, Federal Reserve

Tim Kemp, OSBC 

        MEMBERS - The panel welcomes questions submitted in advance.  Please submit when registering for event or contact secretary@heartlandcompliance.com.

  

 

   UPDATE ON ABA ANNUAL COMPLIANCE SEMINAR

                     

                       Bobbi Jo Dixon - Compliance-BSA Officer/VP

                                                     Citizens Bank of Kansas 

 

Location & Directions      

The WSU Hughes Metroplex is located at the intersection of 29th St North & Oliver on the east side of Wichita.  Enter through Door C to Room 132.

2019 Meeting Dates

 

    

Thursday, November 14, 2019   Annual Conference presented by Angela Lucas,

                  Sterling Compliance LLC 

    Location - Wichita Marriott, 9100 E Corporate Hills Dr, Wichita, KS  67207 

WWW.HEARTLANDCOMPLIANCE.COM

Heartland Compliance, a non-profit Kansas organization, whose purpose is to encourage and combine the ideas, intelligence, and influence of its members for the promotion of compliance information and networking among its membership; to provide its members educational programs on compliance and related topics; and to provide a medium for the timely gathering of its members for the purposes of education and exchange of ideas.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Laura Reichart is a senior compliance examiner out of the Wichita, Kansas field office of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.  Ms. Reichart has over 25 years of experience in conducting compliance and CRA examinations of financial institutions of various sizes and complexities throughout Kansas and several other states.

Amy Mark is a Review Examiner in the Kansas City Regional Office primarily covering banks located in the State of Kansas.  Mrs. Mark has been with the FDIC since 2008 working as a Compliance Examiner in the Hays, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri Field Offices. She also completed an Acting Review Examiner detail in the San Francisco Region.  During her time with the FDIC, she has been involved in numerous complex examinations, enforcement actions, and restitution cases related to consumer harm.  Amy graduated from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky with degrees in Finance and Management.  She is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Katy Kirkpatrick has been a Consumer Compliance Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Denver Branch for five years. Previously, Katy worked as a federal economic researcher and received her Masters of Business Administration from Colorado State University. During her time at the Bank, Katy has served as Examiner-in-Charge of community bank examinations and has specialized in the Community Reinvestment Act, leading CRA evaluations for some of the District’s largest institutions. In addition to examinations, she acts as the Central Point of Contact on consumer compliance topics for institutions of various sizes.

Tim Kemp joined the Office of the State Bank Commissioner in 2001. In addition to his current role as Deputy Bank Commissioner, Tim has served the agency in many capacities including Acting Bank Commissioner, Director of Examinations, Review Examiner, and as a Bank Examiner. As an examiner, he specialized in examination management, operations and loan review.  

Originally from Pretty Prairie, Kansas, Tim enjoys a strong connection to agriculture. He helped on the family farm growing up and operated a large family farm and ranch in Butler and Reno counties. His ag operations included dryland and irrigated crops, a cow/calf operation and stockers. Tim's children and family continue to be involved in agriculture.

Tim received his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with an emphasis in economics from Bethel College, and attended Kansas State University. He is a graduate of the Colorado Graduate School of Banking.

In addition to his OSBC and agriculture production experience, Tim previously served as a district aide to former Congressman Dan Glickman.

 

 

 

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