Aftereffects of COVID-19 and the 2020 elections on the banking industry

Now, next and beyond: after effects of COVID-19 and the 2020 elections on the banking industry

As the banking industry looks back at its response to the coronavirus pandemic, bank directors and executives are also turning their attention to the results of the 2020 election and what is expected to drive their organizations over the next four years and beyond.

Join Bank Director and Baker Tilly for the next installment of our “Now, Next and Beyond” webinar series as we look back at the banking industry’s initial response to the coronavirus pandemic, including the processing and reconciliation of loans from the Payment Protection Program (PPP), changes to credit quality and the effects of the current recession. We will also review initial reactions to the election results, whether public policy towards banking institutions is likely to remain the same for four more years or if it will change significantly, and the outlook for the  economy entering 2021. In addition, this webinar will include our perspective on the outlook of the community banking industry as a whole, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), fintechs and more.

Learning objectives:

  • Reflect on and understand the banking industry’s response efforts to COVID-19
  • Recognize the effects that the 2020 election will likely have on the banking industry
  • Understand the M&A landscape for banks and the future of fintechs

Intended audience:

  • Banking industry directors, executives, board members and professionals

Baker Tilly presenter:

  • Tim Kosiek, CPA, Partner, Depository and lending practice leader

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