ABCs of Banking Law
March 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The ABCs of Banking Law is an annual continuing legal education program presented by the Center for Banking and Finance that focuses on the basics of banking law for lawyers. This program introduces the banking law regulatory structure. It is designed for young attorneys and those who desire a basic framework in banking law, including in-house bank attorneys who do not work directly on bank regulatory issues, and business lawyers who want to understand how banking law impacts the banks with which their clients interact. Others who might benefit from the program include bank examiners and risk and compliance professionals.
Volume 25 of the North Carolina Banking Institute journal will be published in Spring 2021. We encourage you to order your own copy or visit the journal’s website to read its articles and notes online. All those registered for the program will receive a copy of the journal in the mail.
CLE Credit: 7 General Hours