Mark Your Calendar for the 2021 Banking Law Virtual Seminar

Mark Your Calendar for the 2021 Banking Law Virtual Seminar

Posted on 05/07/2021 at 03:13 PM by The Newsroom

Over the past 18 months, the pandemic has left its mark on community banks across Iowa, including how they operate and do business. Digital, fintech and old fashioned drive-thru banking is being utilized more than ever in practice. The customer is in charge, not you!

As we emerge from months of uncertainty, bankers have pivoted their efforts and strategies in order to compete in the new banking environment that is marked by continued uncertainty, change and disruption. While this uncertainty presents community banks with challenges, it also provides a silver lining in the form of growth possibilities.

Don’t miss the Dickinson Law Virtual Banking Seminar on Wednesday, September 1st as we focus on the issues and opportunities community banks are experiencing Moving Forward in the New Legal Landscape.

Back by popular demand, our Banking Law Seminar continues in a virtual format this year, so you can Keep Calm and Bank On®. Don't miss this one-day seminar on the topics that impact you and your financial institution.

Questions? Email Sarah Ruba, Dickinson Law's Director of Marketing & Business Development.


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