CCO Network

BankIn Minnesota developed the Chief Credit Officer Network to give you the opportunity to connect with other CCOs. The Network covers challenging business topics that CCOs face in both public and private sectors. It allows CCOs to address issues and review new solutions in managing high-risk exposure.

This network is designed for and by CCOs. Participants help determine the agendas which ensures the events are relevant and applicable to your bank. 

Pricing: Complimentary for Bank Members only

10:00 -10:15 – Welcome & Introductions
10:15 – 11:15 - Unveiling Crime Trends: Safeguarding Your Community Bank; presented by Financial and Retailers Protection Association
11:15 – 11:45 – Q & A with the Expert
11:45 – 12:30 – Lunch 
12:30 – 2:00 – Banker to Banker Discussion  

Presentation Title:  Unveiling Crime Trends: Safeguarding Your Community Bank

Part 1: Check Fraud Escalation: Unraveling the Surge, Prevention, and Collaborative Solutions
Check fraud and the reasons behind the recent dramatic increases. We will also discuss how mail theft fuels check-related fraud schemes, techniques used by criminals, and working with the US Postal Services Inspectors.  The presentation will cover prevention strategies you can deploy in your organization.  How to help your business customers understand their responsibilities to avoid being victimized.  What is old is new, with several twists making it an easier crime to "pull off."

Part 2: Inside the Criminal Mind: Exploiting Banking Weaknesses and Defense Strategies
Regional crime trends and how criminals see financial institutions' weaknesses.  We will review what your staff needs to know and how to deal with the many attack vectors available to criminals to exploit customers and bank vulnerabilities.  Information will be disturbing and informative for banking management on approaches to reducing financial losses.  A discussion at the end on “Best Practices Regional Group " and collaboration on identifying financial crimes before the crime happens and responding to losses.

Presenter: John McCullough, CPP, CFE, President Financial and Retailers Protection Association. He is also the CEO of Financial Crimes Services and a Partner with 360 Security Services (Private Investigations, cybercrimes, physical Protection Assessments, etc.). Previously, he had 22 years with Target Corp in the Department Stores Division, Assets Protection, and 7 Years as civilian Director of the MN Financial Crimes Task Force up to 2007. He founded Diversion Solutions for the past 20 years. He is the current CEO of Financial Crimes Services. DBA Identification Verification Systems is operational to prevent, detect, and collaborate with law enforcement for apprehensions of criminals committing financial crimes. John has proactively created services with other associations and partners to prevent financial crimes. He works with MN State on the prevention of exploitation of the elderly. He has a Bachelor of Science from the University of MN from Carlson College in Business Administration. He traveled at the request of the State Department to train Law Enforcement in Islamabad, Pakistan (cybercrimes, property crimes, and related frauds). FRPA has over a 20-year relationship as an Alliance Partner with

11/1/2023 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
BankIn Minnesota | SHAZAM Education Center 7900 International Dr, Ste 685 Bloomington 55425

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