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Appraisals for Non-A Appraisers: A Guide for Common Sense Process Implementation and Regulatory Compliance

March 18, 2013 Lisle March 19, 2013 Springfield


Introduction Knowing the fundamentals of the appraisal process is critical to successfully managing the real estate lending process. This course not only takes participants “back to basics” to refresh their understanding of appraisal principles, it offers insight about what's on the horizon and how your institution can gain value from the appraisal process beyond just going through the motions of fulfilling regulatory requirements.

Who Should Attend? Consumer lenders, mortgage bankers, private bankers, small business lenders, commercial lenders, credit analysts, loan review specialists, special assets officers, lending managers, and credit officers would all benefit from attending this seminar.

This one-day seminar provides six hours of credit toward the prestigious Certified Community Lender designation

Key Topics Primary Objectives

The seminar addresses the following:

• Closer look at appraisal review: More than just checking the boxes • Techniques for identifying appraisal deficiencies • Overview of the updated appraisal and evaluation guidelines • Three steps to improve your appraisal management process today • Basic components and processes used to derive a value indication when performing the cost, sales, and income capitalization approach

• Handling extraordinary assumptions • Red flags consistently noted on faulty appraisals • Insure a well documented and supported valuation is consistently presented to the lender • How to properly use broker price opinions (BPOs) and automated valuation models (AVMs) • How to create a process for reviewing appraisals and evaluations • How to properly monitor and update valuations of collateral for existing real estate loans • Guidelines for creating and using an approved list of appraisers • When can appraisals be shared with other lenders?


About the Presenter Ancin Cooley is the founder and managing partner of Synergy Bank Consulting, Inc., the risk management advisory firm dedicated to helping financial institutions optimize their security, compliance, and business performance. Cooley brings deep, first-hand experience gained from working for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) as an examiner. During his tenure at the OCC, he performed safety and soundness examinations at community and mid-size banks that ranged from $100 million to $8 billion dollars in total assets located in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida. After leaving the OCC, Cooley worked for a regional accounting firm where he led loan reviews and internal audits. Cooley specializes in preparing financial institutions for regulatory exams, process improvement, and project management. When not advising clients, Cooley designs and conducts targeted professional development trainings for the banking field.

Cooley

Cooley holds a master’s of accounting and financial management from Keller Graduate School, a bachelor’s degree in business from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. He is a member of the Risk Management Association (RMA), Appraisal Institute, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), and Information Systems Audit Control Association (ISACA).

Registration Fees *Early-bird registration fees apply to those individuals registering one month prior to the date of the program. Persons registering after this date must pay the regular registration fee. Late registrants cannot be guaranteed admission if seminars reach capacity. Fees include hand-out materials, refreshment breaks, and lunch. An income-tax deduction may be allowed for educational expenses undertaken to maintain or improve professional skills.

Cancellation Policy Registrants cancelling two days prior to each seminar receive 100% refund; one day prior, 50%; the day of the seminar, no refund. All cancellations must be made in writ ing prior to the seminar day. Invoices and training materials will be sent to all “no shows.”

CBAI MEMBER One person........................................................ Two or more from same banking institution ..... **PROSPECTIVE MEMBER One person........................................................ Two or more from same banking institution .....

Early Bird *E $215 $195 each $365 $345 each Regular Pricing

CBAI MEMBER One person........................................................ Two or more from same banking institution .....

$245 $205 each

**PROSPECTIVE MEMBER One person........................................................ Two or more from same banking institution .....

$395 $355 each

CDD members receive a 10% discount. **Only financial institutions/firms eligible for CBAI membership. Please note that CBAI does not issue confirmations, with the exception of on-lline registrations, but feel free to call the Association headquarters to confirm your registration.


Registration Form APPRAISALS FOR THE NON-A APPRAISER

Dates and Locations

MARCH 18-1 19, 2013

Please specify preferred date and location. March 18, 2013, Hilton Lisle/Naperville, Lisle March 19, 2013, CBAI Headquarters, Springfield Please Print Name of Bank

March 18, 2013 Hilton Lisle/Naperville 3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL (630) 505-0900

March 19, 2013 CBAI Headquarters, Education Center 901 Community Drive, Springfield, IL 217/529-2265

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Agenda Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The seminar runs from 9 a.m. to approximately 4 p.m. Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

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