Tennessee Bankers

COVID-19 Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for the Banking Community

TBA is working with banks across the state to keep their customers and employees informed and prepared during the COVID-19 pandemic. This page has compiled resources and information to stay up-to-date on how to approach this evolving situation. Check back regularly as we will post more information as it becomes available.

For COVID-19 resources from 2020, click here.

 

Topics

 

TBA Updates

Webinars

  • March 16, 2021: Recent Overdraft Lawsuits
    In the past few months, Tennessee banks have been hit with lawsuits regarding their overdraft policies. Kristine Roberts, Chare of the Financial Services Department at Baker Donelson, will be providing an overview on how banks can best protect themselves from these frivolous lawsuits.
     
  • March 18, 2021: Becoming a CDFI Bank, PowerPoint Slides
    In the last few months, dozens of Tennessee banks have begun to consider becoming a CDFI bank to take advantage of recent benefits established by Congress. Join Sabrina Conyers, Jeff Gurney and Mark Miller of Nelson Mullins as they discuss the ins and outs of CDFIs.  Their presentation will include benefits for a bank of being a CDFI, the process for a bank to become a CDFI, as well as the advantages a bank may have in partnering with a CDFI.
     
  • March 19, 2021: PPP Discussion with ABA’s Dan MartiniShuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) PDF
    Join ABA’s Vice President of Congressional Relations and PPP point person Dan Martini to learn the latest about the state of the PPP program. This will also be an opportunity to ask questions of your peers and Dan as we enter what is expected to be the final weeks of the program.

 

Paycheck Protection Plan

 

Economic Impact Payments

 

Tennessee's Economic Recovery and PPE Resources

 

General Updates

 

TBA Associate Member Resources

 

U.S. Government Response

U.S. Department of the Treasury

Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

OSHA

 

Tennessee Government Response

 

Fraud and Scams