Guest: Robert Preston, MBA, J.D., Associate Professor and Dacotah Bank Faculty Scholar, Northern State University, School of Business

Date: July 19, 2018 at 12:10 P.M. (CDT)

To register, please click here.

This webinar will cover strategic and succession planning of banks and helping mid-career banker place themselves in a position to be part of the long term future of the bank.  

Preston, Robert
Dr. Robert Preston is an Associate Professor of Banking and Financial Services and Business Law at the Northern State University School of Business.

Dr. Preston holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota and a Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul. Dr. Preston also holds an inactive Minnesota CPA license, has been commissioned as a Bank Examiner with the Federal Reserve System, and is certified as a Bank
Auditor.

In his career, Dr. Preston has worked with more than 150 individual banks and financial
institutions on a wide variety of legal, operational and managerial challenges. He has served as a bank examiner, an internal auditor, project manager, consultant and attorney. He also has held positions of CEO, CFO, COO and director in several banks.
In his law practice, Dr. Preston served clients seeking to acquire community banks and as a counselor on matters of financial investigation, due diligence, valuations and financial transactions. As an attorney and consultant, he has turned around troubled banks and developed complex merger and acquisition strategies.

Dr. Preston began teaching at Northern State University in the fall of 2012.
  • Webinar Registration Cost: Free
  • Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 17
  • To register, please click here.

All BankBeatGroups webinars will occur on the third Thursday of every month at 12:10 p.m. Please take some time during your lunch break to attend our webinars.

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