Few things can help you more as the CEO of a community bank than learning from the firsthand experience of your peers. Would you like an opportunity to interact with the CEO of another community bank, how about a room full of them? ICBM’s CEO Network offers you that opportunity and more.
CEOs that join the network are paired with peers – discussion groups are limited to 20 participants and based on asset size and market to ensure topics are relatable and competition is minimal. To ensure you get the highest value out of each forum, the facilitator will encourage participants to submit topics of interest prior to the event.
- Discuss current industry challenges.
- Solve your most pressing problems.
- Obtain access to highly respected industry experts.
- Expand your personal and professional growth and form lasting relationships with your peers
Pricing: Complimentary for Bank Members only
Presentation: Sight vs. Vision: Preparing Your Balance Sheet for 2023
Join Scott Hildenbrand from Piper Sandler for a discussion of balance sheet strategies and tactics in the current environment. He will review common mistakes in volatile environments and explain the difference between having sight and having vision for your institution. He will discuss examples for companies with different risk profiles and examine which strategic options are available on the asset and liability sides of the balance sheet. This will include market updates to contextualize the ideas and help management teams prioritize the right things for 2023 and beyond.
About the Presenter: Scott Hildenbrand serves as chief balance sheet strategist and head of the financial strategies group at Piper Sandler. Previously, Hildenbrand was a principal and chief balance sheet strategist of Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P. He headed the balance sheet analysis and strategy group, working with financial institutions on balance sheet strategy development, which includes interest rate risk management, investment portfolio strategy, retail and wholesale funding management, capital planning, budgeting, and stress testing.
Hildenbrand also worked closely with the firm’s investment banking group to identify and develop strategic opportunities for clients involved in mergers and acquisitions.
Hildenbrand previously worked in Sandler O’Neill’s interest rate products group, focusing on developing and implementing structured wholesale funding strategies for financial institutions. He spent his first four years at the firm in the asset/liability management group. Prior to joining Sandler O’Neill in 2004, Hildenbrand worked as a financial analyst in asset/liability management at Tower Federal Credit Union in Maryland.
In 2021 Hildenbrand was elected to the Financial Managers Society board of directors. Additionally, he serves as treasurer on the board of directors for Liam’s Room, a non-profit organization that focuses on pediatric palliative care, a specialized approach to medical care for children with serious illnesses.
Hildenbrand holds a Master of Business Administration degree in finance from Loyola College in Maryland and a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting and finance from Gettysburg College. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and seminars.