Live webinars, Q&As and panel discussions hosted by industry experts.
Alan Hanson from Gleam Law will share the lessons he learned as he helped architect one of the countries oldest and strongest cannabis banking programs.
Andrew Bigart and Michael Bresnick from Venable LLC weigh in on the legal and practical considerations of the decision to bank the cannabis industry.
John Geiringer, former bank regulator, will discuss the risks and opportunities institutions must navigate when developing a cannabis banking program.
Deirdra O'Gorman from Empyreal Logistics will help us demystify the often vexing topic of how to manage the cash associated with the cannabis industry.
A discussion with Valerie McCune from RLR about what it means to design, launch, and manage a strong cannabis banking program.
A discussion with Crowe LLP about identifying the risk and developing controls, best practices for a sustainable program and current examiner expectations.
We sit down with Katrina Skinner from Burns & Levinson to get her advice on building a business case for cannabis banking.
A discussion with CRB Monitor about common challenges, industry insights and the value of data throughout a cannabis banking program.
A panel session with guests from FS Vector and Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) to discuss examiner expectations around cannabis banking.
A live Q&A session that addresses the recent economic and financial changes and how they are impacting, and fueling, cannabis banking.
The second episode of our office-hour style webinar series in which attendees are encouraged to ask questions. Join in to hear what your peers are asking.
Learn about the foundations of an effective cannabis banking program and the process of building, launching, and monitoring your cannabis banking program.
There’s been quite a bit of activity around cannabis banking this year. What does the activity of 2019 tell us about what we’re expecting in 2020?
Develop adequate policy and procedure coverage, create a robust oversight program that withstands examiner scrutiny, and leverage data and automation.
A well defined program is about more than just maintaining compliance. It's about measuring the financial opportunity and projecting the impact of banking.
Create a strategy to develop a successful program, build a business case to get stakeholder approval, and establish a framework for building the program.