IBA 2022 Annual Convention

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Sunday, September 18

5:00 – 7:00 p.m.              
Reception at the Hilton Des Moines Downtown
Sponsored by UMB Bank
All convention attendees and guests are invited to join us for an evening of networking, food and music as we kick off this year’s convention with a reception at the Des Moines Hilton Downtown. Join us for a casual evening of fun and catching up with friends at the Downtown Hilton, just steps away from the convention center. Musical entertainment provided by the Bethany Joy Johnson Band.

Monday, September 19

7:30 a.m.            
Legislative Symposium & Breakfast
Sponsored by Bankers’ Bank
Moderator: Kay Henderson, Iowa Press; Panel: David Kochel, Red Wave Communications & Jeff Link, Link Strategies
Join us Monday morning for this timely discussion which will focus on upcoming elections. We will also award legislator of the year and honor our top BUILD contributors.

9:00 a.m.            
Exhibit Hall Opens

10:00 a.m.
Opening General Session

IBA Chairman, Aaron Kness
Aaron Kness, IBA Chairman and president & CEO of Iowa State Bank & Trust in Fairfield shares his insights and reflections as this year’s IBA chairman.

ABA Chairman A. Scott Anderson
Scott Anderson Chairman of the American Bankers Association and President and CEO of Zions Bank will provide an update on the banking industry from a national perspective.

11:00 a.m.
The Economic Forecast with Elliott Eisenberg, Ph.D.
Sponsored by Bell Bank
In this entertaining and informative presentation on the economy, Dr. Eisenberg begins with a fun and fast moving “top 10 list” prior to outlining his predictions on a host of economic variables that will impact the economy this year (with no sugar coating), including GDP growth, interest rates and household savings rates.

Noon                    
All-Convention Lunch featuring Janine Stange
Sponsored by SHAZAM

Discover Your Mission: 5 Lessons From a 50-State Journey
Janine Stange
Through stories that are both comical and moving, Janine takes audiences across the nation along her historic journey. A mission rooted in five life lessons instilled by Stange’s strong-willed Italian mother who had strict rules about efficiency, organization and living an honest life. Using her own story as the example, Stange makes the argument that the time for self-examination is now. Her mission took both a shift in thinking and habits in order to abandon the comfort zones that Janine occupied for over a decade. Using her signature wit and wisdom, Janine motivates people to not only identify ways to make personal change, but to give back along the way. Though everyone’s path to success is different, we all can “Start small, and start today”.

1:30 p.m.
Breakout Sessions

  1. Compliance Clarity
    Julie Gliha, Iowa Bankers Association
    Now is the time to prepare, budget and assess the risk of the current and proposed regulatory environment.  This session will include regulatory hot topics and tips for preparing for upcoming final rules.  Topics include flood compliance and cross-collateralization, proper disclosure of fees, fair banking and UDAAP, BSA update, final interagency flood FAQs and what we know about the Small Business Data Collection proposal, CRA modernization efforts and the DFA Section 1033 requirement to provide consumer access and control of information related to consumer financial products and services.

2. Emerging Payment Updates
Examine some of the hot topics and and emerging technologies with payments. What does this mean for your bank and how can you provide the services that your customers need and want.

3. Compensation Best Practices and Attracting and Retaining Talent
Antoinita Thompson, RSM US LLP
It is an unprecedented time for US Employers, where all are facing labor shortages and challenges with attracting and retaining talent.  In this interactive presentation, we will discuss best practices for competitive pay programs that attract and retain employees as well as why employees are leaving and strategies for finding and keeping great talent.

4. Net Interest Margin in Today’s Community Bank
John McQueen, UMB
Banks are starting to experience a reversal in their liquidity positions: from cash rich to cash strapped. Join us as John McQueen, Vice President for UMB Bank, n.a. Capital Markets Division, discusses how to manage a potential runoff in funding as market interest rates fluctuate. Banks experienced a surge of deposits in 2020 and 2021. With the FOMC raising interest rates and tightening monetary policy, will there be a surge of deposits leaving the bank? We will explore how to determine which deposits will remain and which deposits have the potential to leave the bank. This session will also discuss developing prudent liquidity strategies in volatile interest rate markets.

2:30 p.m.           
Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall
Cookies & popcorn sponsored by Kirk Gross Company

3:15 p.m.            
Breakout Sessions Repeat

4:15 p.m.            
Chairman’s Reception in the Exhibit Hall
Sponsored by FORVIS, Colliers Mortgage, Data Business Equipment, and Turnkey Associates, LC
Join your fellow bankers at a reception to honor IBA Chairman Aaron Kness. Located in the Exhibit Hall, it’s a great chance to visit with vendors in a casual setting.

5:30 p.m.            
Silent Auction Final Bids

Tuesday, September 20

7:45 a.m.
Ag Breakfast
Sponsored by Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines
Mike Naig, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture
The past several years have seen Iowa’s agriculture sector weather many challenges, including the pandemic, a derecho and uncertain weather conditions, while seeing many positive factors as well. Join us for this traditional Ag breakfast where we’ll hear an update on Iowa’s Ag industry from Mike Naig, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture.

9:30 a.m.            
Exhibit Hall Opens

10:30 a.m.          
General Session

Chairman’s Address
Newly inducted IBA Chairman Matt Lujano shares his goals for the year ahead. Lujano is President and CEO/CFO of Westside State Bank in Westside.

James A. Leach Leadership Award
A distinguished Iowa banker will be awarded the twentieth annual Iowa Bankers Association James A. Leach Leadership Award.

11:00 a.m.          
Shark Tales
Matt Higgins
Sponsored by SHAZAM
It’s not about where you began; it’s where you end up, and how much distance you covered. Dropping out of high school is not the typical path to success, but when growing up on government cheese, with the responsibility of caring for his sick mother, Matt was forced to think differently. Matt shares the lessons he learned from his humble beginnings, working for Mayor Rudy Giuliani during 9/11, and then as a young sports executive that led him to earn a seat as a Shark!

Noon                            
Adjourn