Conducted by the Tennessee Bankers Association. The Southeastern Schools provide a solid foundation on which to build your banking career. Graduates develop the skills that will bring them success in upper-level management positions and forge the networks that will serve you throughout your career.
For more information, please contact Ronnie Boling, Director of Schools,
Tennessee Bankers Association, at rboling@TNBankers.org or 615-804-4000
June 22– 25, 2020. (Rescheduled from March 23–26, 2020)
The Southeastern School of Consumer LendingSM is an intermediate-level, program featuring more than 30 hours of classroom instruction in 14 modules within five-course clusters that provide specialized but well-rounded training in consumer banking. Recommendations for participation include at least one year’s experience in consumer credit or five years of general banking experience, in addition to prescribed ABA or college course prerequisites. Students are housed at the Marriott Nashville at Vanderbilt University. Click here for a list of 2019 graduates.
May 18-22, 2020
The Southeastern School of Commercial Lending I & II offers over sixty hours of combined commercial lending curriculum. Beginning with students enrolling for TSSCL I in 2020, the two schools will be combining into a two-year curriculum held concurrently over one week. Recommendations for attendance include at least one year of commercial lending experience or five years general banking experience in addition to prescribed American Bankers Association or college course prerequisites. Students are housed at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University. Click here for a list of the 2019 TSSCL graduates. Click here to see the 2019 TSSACL graduates.
July 19-24, 2020
The Southeastern School of Banking offers an 80-hour general banking curriculum. Serving Tennessee financial institutions since 1939, the two-year school incorporates lectures and home study assignments. Some of the topics covered in the first year are bank financial analysis, macroeconomics, asset/liability management, investments, lending, strategic planning, managing liquidity/capital planning, sales management, and HR management. The newest version of the Stanford Bank Simulation Game is a tool for learning about financial institution management.
The second-year general banking classes include employee skills, fraud and ethics, trust services, credit and credit scoring, technology, changing bank environment, bank security, management, and completion of the Stanford Bank Simulation Game. A must for career bankers! Students are housed at the Marriott Nashville at Vanderbilt University. Click here for a list of 2019 graduates