The Tennessee Bankers Association has chosen to cosponsor, support and promote a few choice programs hosted by other related entities each year. They are the Southern Operations and Technology School (hosted by the Georgia Bankers Association), the Graduate School of Banking at LSU, and the Financial Institutions Conference (hosted by the Tennessee Society of CPAs).
May 20 - June 1, 2018
Baton Rouge, La.
Tuition: $4,445 (plus one-time application fee of $300)
A graduate-level school for bank officers, the GSB is a three-year school with a two-week resident session each year. The school, organized in 1950, features computer-based simulations, microcomputer models, case work, and extension problems along with traditional classroom instruction. The GSB is cosponsored by 15 state bankers associations, including Tennessee.
This program is designed for the CEO, CFO, and bank accountants. It is cosponsored by the Tennessee Bankers Association and the Tennessee Society of CPAs. Topics presented may include the economic outlook, regulatory updates, accounting and auditing update, incentive compensation, interest rate risk, developments in bank taxation, alternative funding sources for banks, and internet issues.