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New Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Time:
10:00am-11:40am PT / 1:00pm-2:40pm ET
Format: A BVR Webinar

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Featuring  (click image for bio)

Keith Sellers
CPA/ABV, CVA, Ph.D.
University of Denver

About This Program

According to the FDIC, 94 percent or 4,800 of all U.S. commercial banks are “community banks.” Community banks are closely held, have shareholders’ equity ranging from $5 million to $100 million, and have approximately 150 employees, on average. Due to unique regulatory and operating factors, valuation of a commercial bank requires industry-specific insights and knowledge. Join expert Keith Sellers for insight into all aspects of the valuation of U.S. commercial banks, focusing on “community banks. Day one focuses on establishing a solid foundation by reviewing operations, data sources and financials of community banks. Day two is an in depth case study (data provided) applying those fundamentals and gaining valuable experience. Attend both days to get the full value.

Note: While it is designed for participants to attend both sessions you may register and attend the Fundamentals and the Case Study separately.

Agenda

  • Introduction: How do banks differ from other industries and what are the challenges in valuing a commercial bank? Also, valuing banks versus valuing bank holding companies
  • Commercial Bank Operations: How do banks make money, how do they lose money, and what are the risks you need to look for? Also, specific information to request from your client
  • Data Acquisition: There is a wealth of data available for appraisers valuing commercial banks, most for free. We will discuss and demonstrate where to acquire the appropriate data and what to do with it
  • Financial Statement Analysis: How to read a FDIC Call Report and FFIEC Uniform Bank Performance Report. Unique financial statements require industry knowledge

Learning Objectives

  • Value drivers for commercial banks
  • Risk factors, “red flags” and how to evaluate the risk profile of a commercial bank
  • How to evaluate the financial performance and position of a commercial bank
  • Where to acquire key industry-specific data as well as valuable qualitative information
  • Where to acquire appropriate data for the market approach (public guideline and completed transaction)
  • How to construct industry-specific cost of capital estimates

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CPE Information

Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
Program Level: Advanced
Preparation Required: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE: 2 Credit Hours (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)

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