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Thursday, November 12 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Risk Ratings: COVID-19 Implications for Evaluating Credit Quality

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Join this session to hear from three senior bankers, representing large, mid-tier and community banks, discuss how their institutions take the unique circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic into account when rating commercial loans.

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Lexie Garrison

Chief Credit Officer and Senior Vice President, Valliance Bank
Lexie Garrison is the Chief Credit Officer and SVP for Valliance Bank.  She holds a BBA in Finance and MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma.  Lexie has worked in banking for 19 years beginning as a teller and working in various positions such as consumer and commercial... Read More →
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Brad Heitzmann

Loan Review Executive, Ally Bank
Brad Heitzmann is an Executive Director and Head of Loan Review at Ally Financial. In this role, he provides an independent assessment of Asset Quality to Senior Management and the Board of Directors. Heitzmann has been at Ally over 10 years and previously served in various Risk Management... Read More →
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Tim Huestis

Chief Credit Officer, Pinnacle Bank
As Pinnacle’s chief credit officer, Tim Huestis is responsible for the quality of the firm’s loan portfolio. Huestis joined Pinnacle in 2009 as a senior credit officer for the firm’s Middle Tennessee market. From 2017 to 2019 he served as a senior credit officer for the Carolinas... Read More →
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Rick Parsons

Author of "Investing in Banks: Strategies and Statistics for Bankers, Directors and Investors"
Richard J. Parsons is a long-time banker as well as author of two books about the banking industry.   In his first book, Broke: America’s Banking System (2013, The Risk Management Association), Parsons explains why 3,000 banks across the U.S. have failed since the... Read More →

Thursday November 12, 2020 3:00pm - 3:30pm EST
  • NASBA CPE Hour/CRC Credit .5