LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Bankers Association (NBA), the united voice of Nevada’s diverse banking and trust company industry, is presenting its 2022 Credit & Lenders Conference on Oct. 25 and 26 at Park MGM in Las Vegas.
Lending professionals from across the state will hear from experts and strategists and experience interactive sessions and networking opportunities. Conference topics include commercial real estate markets throughout Nevada, succession planning, credit conditions, appraisal and valuation trends, small business data collection and managing digital assets, to name a few. Special industry panels will focus on credit scores, federal regulators such as OCC, FDIC, and the Federal Reserve, and tribal and gaming lending.
“Our goal is to have attendees leave with deeper insights into markets, programs and conditions impacting lending in Nevada,” said NBA President and CEO Phyllis Gurgevich. “Focusing on building stronger partnerships with customers, creating strong loans and closing more business, the conference content should prepare attendees to better serve Nevada businesses.“
Top-level speakers scheduled to present at the conference include John Restrepo, RCG Economics; Heather Brown, StartUp Vegas; Andrew Woods, UNLV Center For Business Economic Research; Darwin Hopwood, UNLV Department of Finance and SBA counselor; David Mooeny, College of Southern Nevada; Saul Ramos, Nevada Small Business Administration; Mendy Elliott, Giudici Government Affairs; Roger Mellies, Valley Bank of Nevada; Robert Charles, Lewis Roca; Kristin Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus; Patty Juarez, Wells Fargo Bank; Clark Wood, US Bank; Kenneth Mundt, Town & Country Bank; Ming Lam, Bank of America; Shannon Peterson, Nevada State Bank; Phil Potamitis, Bank of Nevada; John Thompson, PNC Capital Markets, LLC; Matt Lubawy, Valbridge Property Advisors; and Albert Forkner, former Wyoming state banking commissioner now with Fortress Blockchain Technologies, Fortress Trust.
For more information and to register, click here or call (702) 233-8607. The cost is $695 per person to attend the day and a half conference. The early bird member rate of $515 per person expires September 30, 2022.
About Nevada Bankers Association
NBA is the united voice of Nevada’s diverse banking and trust company industry. Members are dedicated to providing the best financial products, services and resources to drive and support economic growth, job creation and prosperity throughout the state of Nevada.