BAI Loan Review Certificate Program – Course II

BAI Loan Review Certificate Program - Course II is an advanced course focused on a deep dive into loan review assessments, processes and reporting. This course focuses heavily on credit risk management and loan quality as well as a high-level overview of recent changes to Loan Review policy. Attendees should have a thorough understanding of UCA Cash Read More

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What do we do with deposits now?

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to hear a panel of industry executives provide their insights about what to do with deposits today and the future.

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Credit Risk Management for the Lingering Effects of COVID-19

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to acquire key information and insights for appropriate credit risk management in order to minimize potential credit losses and achieve a much better recovery.

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Using Conversational AI to Rapidly Respond in a Changing Economy

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to hear examples and explore impactful methods that financial institutions have executed to rapidly adapt to meet customer needs while adjusting to this change.

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Adapting to the New Normal: ATM Channel Distribution Post COVID-19

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to learn how outsourcing the management of your ATM fleet allows you to redirect the resources needed to invest in your digital strategy while simultaneously providing streamlined access to cash withdrawals and deposits for your account holders.

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