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April 2015

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L E A D I N G

A D V O C A T E

F O R

T H E

B A N K I N G

I N D U S T R Y

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K A N S A S

BANK BENEFITS INCLUDE:

Funded exclusively by the banking industry, the Foundation

gives banks a way to fulfill their CRA requirements by

providing the nationally-acclaimed Senior Crimestoppers

program to protect low-and-moderate income seniors living

in nursing homes, HUD communities and Veterans

homes. Become a partner in a national effort to

prevent elder abuse in your community.

• Guaranteed CRA credit

• CRA-qualified loan, investment and

grant funding options

• Receive detailed compliance reporting

• Completely turn-key

• Positive public relations

Protect the Elderly and Earn CRA Credit

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SENIOR HOUSING CRIME PREVENTION FOUNDATION

877-232-0859

www.SHCPFoundation.org

Personalize and print the handouts for distribution at

the event

Make a brief introduction of yourself and your bank

Show the video

Answer questions at the end of the video

No need for note-taking because the important take-away

information is contained in the handouts. You can invite local

law enforcement, a trusted attorney, a trusted financial advisor,

and your local office of Adult Protective Services to attend the

event to help answer specific questions during the Q & A.

Why should a bank get involved in the Foundation? Two

reasons – it’s the right thing to do and it is good business. The

elderly citizens in our society are frail and vulnerable. In the

final stages of their lives, they deserve the very best that we can

give them – at minimum they should live in safety and security,

without the fear of theft, abuse and other personal violations.

It’s also good business. The elderly seniors, Veterans and their

families appreciate businesses and organizations that provide

protection for their loved ones and are a lucrative affinity group

for a bank to pursue while gaining CRA credit for your bank.

For more information contact Sue Shaffer at 877-232-0859 or Sue.Shaffer@

SHCPFoundation.org

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May 28, 2015

Wichita

Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview

The role of Enterprise Risk Management is a

constantly evolving process. In a time of finan-

cial recovery, the role of risk management is

more prominent than ever and in a climate of

regulatory changes, legislation and best prac-

tices, more emphasis is being put on imple-

menting an effective ERM framework.

This one

-

day program will assist your institution

in developing a comprehensive, structured and

holistic framework by addressing the following:

interest rate risk, loan pricing strategies, man-

aging the investment portfolio, cybercrime,

stress testing, vendor management, liquidity

risk and much more!

Educational Resources

785

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232

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3444

www.ksbankers.com

May 28, 2015

Wichita

Dru y Plaza Hot l Broadview

The role of Enterprise Risk Management is a

constantly evolving process. In a time of finan-

cial recovery, the role of risk management is

more prominent than ever and in a climate of

regulatory changes, legislation and best prac-

tices, more emphasis is being put on imple-

menting an effective ERM framework.

This one

-

day program will

assist you inst

itution

in developing a comprehensive, structured and

holistic framework by addressing the following:

interest rate risk, loan pricing strategies, man-

aging the investment portfolio, cybercrime,

stress testing, vendor management, liquidity

risk and much more!

Educational Resources

785

-

232

-

3444

www.ksbankers.com

May , 2015

Wichita

Drury l za Hotel Broadview

The role of Enterprise Risk Management is a constantly

evolving process. In a time of finan-cial recovery, the role

of risk management is more prominent than ever and in a

climate of regulatory chang s, legislation and best pra -tic s,

more emphasis is being put on imple-menting an effective

ERM framework.

This one-day program will assist your institution in develop-

ing a comprehensive, structured and holistic framework by

addressing the following:

interest rate risk, loan pricing strat-

egies, man-aging the investment

portfolio, cybercrime,

stress

testing, vendor management, liquidity risk and much more!

Educational Resources

785-232-3444

www.ksbankers.com