Is the coronavirus heading your way? Are you prepared? Do you have a contingency plan? Now is the time to focus on this spreading epidemic!
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Improve your business continuity plan and procedures
- Develop a detailed pandemic preparedness plan
- Take practical, easy-to-implement steps to minimize staffing issues
- Conduct exercises to test your pandemic preparedness plan
- Save 25% on a customizable pandemic plan
With so much attention on COVID-19 in the press and around the world, financial institutions must assess whether they are prepared for staff absenteeism (including IT team members), reduced in-person transactions, more online activity, etc. How long will this last? No one knows...
While the coronavirus hasn’t been labeled a pandemic event, many are behaving as if it were. Perception is reality. Are you ready? How do you determine the risks your management team faces? What steps can be taken to minimize the effect on your institution? Which aspects of your business impact analysis and business continuity plan should receive additional attention? How can you quickly create a comprehensive, easy-to-implement plan? What about the aftereffects? How can you assess whether your procedures worked as planned – before the next crisis? If you don’t have a comprehensive, well-conceived plan in place, you need one NOW! Attending this webinar will start you on the right path and help you identify your institution’s strengths and weaknesses.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative session is directed to risk officers, internal auditors, human resources staff, board members, and other management team members responsible for business continuity and pandemic preparedness.
- Reference materials, including useful website links
- Sample tabletop testing exercises
- Discount on customizable policy and pandemic plan
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz
SPEAKER: Brian K. Fetty, Young & Associates, Inc.
Bryan Fetty brings over 26 years of banking experience to Young & Associates, Inc. A former vice president of a mid-sized community bank, Bryan’s primary expertise is on the operations side. His experience includes bookkeeping and proof operations, teller operations, branch administration, call center, marketing, and training, as well as deposit compliance.
At Young & Associates, Inc., Bryan consults with banks on interest rate risk reviews, liquidity planning, and management assessments and branch feasibility studies. In addition, he performs in-bank training and presents seminars on operational issues.