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Main Street Banking: A Podcast for Community Bankers

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The Paul W. Barret, Jr. School of Banking is a non-profit independent school created by and governed by a Board of Regents, whose members are executives from banks and other firms involved with the financial services industry.The mission of the School is to provide an adult learning experience for the career-oriented individual in commercial banking or a related financial services industry business.

Latest Episodes

Social Media and Banking: Conversation with Eric Cook, Emily Mays, and...bare feet!

It's one thing to have an expert talk to us about ideas for digital marketing and a bank's social media presence. It's another to have one of the best practitioners of the social media arts tell us her views and some of her best practice. It's quite another when they both sit down and discuss the issue. To top it off...having Eric Cook and Emily Mays on the show, with their personalities, makes for a great conversation.

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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Social Media and Banking: Conversation with Eric Cook, Emily Mays, and...bare feet!

2019 LeadFWD Day 2

It's a wrap. Another successful ICBA LeadFWD conference in the books and I can't wait to see the fruits of this years event.

15 MIN3 weeks ago
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2019 LeadFWD Day 2

2019 LeadFWD Day 1

Day 1 is wrapped here in New Orleans! Good conversations with great banking leaders!

14 MINSEP 17
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2019 LeadFWD Day 1

CECL Preparation: Moody's Analytics and Raymond James

We're circling back to CECL. There's been some changes to the implementation of the standard that need discussing, but we also wanted to add a fresh perspective on the preparation. One of the things that came out in this conversation is the quality of the data that will be needed. Yes, that data may be more expensive, but there's a lot to be said for knowing your loan portfolio's data better than you currently do. The silver lining to this cloud is that the data we will have to collect will also benefit our marketing efforts. From Raymond James, we have John Toohig. John Toohig is a Managing Director at Raymond James, a Board Member and President of Raymond James Mortgage Company, Inc and Head of the Whole Loan Group. John joined Raymond James (formerly Morgan Keegan) in September of 2006. As manager of the Whole Loan group, Mr. Toohig’s primary responsibilities include day-to-day trading of whole loan packages, portfolio analysis, transaction management and the structuring of whole loan, participation and various structured products. Mr. Toohig’s product focus encompasses both seasoned and new production: residential mortgages (both QM and Non-QM), commercial mortgages, consumer lending, scratch and dent loans, and non-performing assets. Prior to joining the Whole Loan group at Raymond James, Mr. Toohig was a part of the firm’s Taxable Banking platform where he was responsible for corporate debt transactions, trust preferred securities, sale leaseback transactions and ABS transactions. Mr. Toohig received his undergraduate degree from the Houghton College and his MBA from the University of Mississippi with a focus in finance and IT. Mr. Toohig has his Series 7, 24 and Series 63 licenses. His community involvement includes currently serving as Member of the Board of Trustees for St. Agnes Academy / St. Dominic School. He is also a former chairman for both the Lafayette and DeSoto county American Cancer Society Relay for Life events and the former president of the Ole Miss MBA Alumni Board. Mr. Toohig resides in Memphis, TN with his wife Sha, and his two daughters, Helen Grace and Cressey, while he works in Raymond James’ east Memphis branch. From Moody's Analytics, we have Robby Holditch with us again. Robby is a Director in the Regulatory and Accounting Solutions team. He is responsible for providing accounting expertise across solutions, products, and services offered by Moody’s Analytics in the Americas. Robby has 15 years of experience in tax, financial reporting, and fair value measurement with regional banks and Big 4 audit firms. He has Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Taxation degrees from Mississippi State University. To hear more from Robby on Main Street Banking, check out our previous episode on CECL.

28 MINSEP 11
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CECL Preparation: Moody's Analytics and Raymond James

Q3.5 Main Street Economic Update with Jim Reber from ICBA Securities

With all the questions on yields and yield curves and negative interest rates that we have heard, we decided to have an "early" Main Street Economic Update and bring in Jim Reber to talk to our listeners about what's been going on in the markets. If you're not familiar with ICBA Securites, you need to go to their website (https://www.icbasecurities.com/) and sign up for The Bond Academy and their webinar series, Community Banking Matters.

13 MINSEP 4
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Q3.5 Main Street Economic Update with Jim Reber from ICBA Securities

Outside the Vault: When You Feel It! Discussion with Darin Hollingsworth from Odonata Coaching

Kicking off our "Outside The Vault" series, Darin Hollingsworth of the Working Gratitude podcast and Odonata Consulting sits down with me to discuss gratitude and how it interacts with financial services.

20 MINAUG 21
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Outside the Vault: When You Feel It! Discussion with Darin Hollingsworth from Odonata Coaching

Outside The Vault Introduction

Trying something a little different! We're starting a new series called "Outside the Vault"...a look at community banking in a different way. Part of that is going to be an episode with listener responses. We want you to answer the question "How has a community bank impacted you or your family positively?" Send in your audio or written responses to me at byron@barret.ws and we'll be sure to include them on an upcoming episode.

4 MINAUG 13
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Outside The Vault Introduction

To De Novo Or Not To De Novo

There is some interesting data to show that de novo market has not been what it has been over the history of banking. It's a new world...but it doesn't mean that the market is dead. Like most everything in banking, it's simply shifted. Randy Dennis, president of DD&F Consulting, is a long time banking expert in this area and has been on our faculty for many years.

24 MINAUG 7
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To De Novo Or Not To De Novo

Ag Lending Update

With so much attention given to the agricultural market due to trade, weather conditions, and the inherent risk in that market, it's important to stay abreast of the trends and listen to the experts. And there's not a better expert than Farmer Mac's Chief Lending Officer, Curt Covington. Curt is a long time veteran of the Ag Lending field and helps oversee the $20 billion Farmer Mac institution.

38 MINJUL 24
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Ag Lending Update

Fun Compliance Training? Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions

Compliance training does not have to be boring. As a matter of fact, in the many years that we have been evaluating our faculty and our curriculum, one of the highest rated classes is Compliance. The faculty members contribute a great deal to this, to be sure, but the topic is one that MUST be discussed. And if that's the case, then let's make it interesting and actually beneficial to the bank. Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions has an extensive resume working with compliance training for both banks and regulatory agencies.

22 MINJUL 10
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Fun Compliance Training? Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions

Latest Episodes

Social Media and Banking: Conversation with Eric Cook, Emily Mays, and...bare feet!

It's one thing to have an expert talk to us about ideas for digital marketing and a bank's social media presence. It's another to have one of the best practitioners of the social media arts tell us her views and some of her best practice. It's quite another when they both sit down and discuss the issue. To top it off...having Eric Cook and Emily Mays on the show, with their personalities, makes for a great conversation.

47 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Social Media and Banking: Conversation with Eric Cook, Emily Mays, and...bare feet!

2019 LeadFWD Day 2

It's a wrap. Another successful ICBA LeadFWD conference in the books and I can't wait to see the fruits of this years event.

15 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
2019 LeadFWD Day 2

2019 LeadFWD Day 1

Day 1 is wrapped here in New Orleans! Good conversations with great banking leaders!

14 MINSEP 17
Comments
2019 LeadFWD Day 1

CECL Preparation: Moody's Analytics and Raymond James

We're circling back to CECL. There's been some changes to the implementation of the standard that need discussing, but we also wanted to add a fresh perspective on the preparation. One of the things that came out in this conversation is the quality of the data that will be needed. Yes, that data may be more expensive, but there's a lot to be said for knowing your loan portfolio's data better than you currently do. The silver lining to this cloud is that the data we will have to collect will also benefit our marketing efforts. From Raymond James, we have John Toohig. John Toohig is a Managing Director at Raymond James, a Board Member and President of Raymond James Mortgage Company, Inc and Head of the Whole Loan Group. John joined Raymond James (formerly Morgan Keegan) in September of 2006. As manager of the Whole Loan group, Mr. Toohig’s primary responsibilities include day-to-day trading of whole loan packages, portfolio analysis, transaction management and the structuring of whole loan, participation and various structured products. Mr. Toohig’s product focus encompasses both seasoned and new production: residential mortgages (both QM and Non-QM), commercial mortgages, consumer lending, scratch and dent loans, and non-performing assets. Prior to joining the Whole Loan group at Raymond James, Mr. Toohig was a part of the firm’s Taxable Banking platform where he was responsible for corporate debt transactions, trust preferred securities, sale leaseback transactions and ABS transactions. Mr. Toohig received his undergraduate degree from the Houghton College and his MBA from the University of Mississippi with a focus in finance and IT. Mr. Toohig has his Series 7, 24 and Series 63 licenses. His community involvement includes currently serving as Member of the Board of Trustees for St. Agnes Academy / St. Dominic School. He is also a former chairman for both the Lafayette and DeSoto county American Cancer Society Relay for Life events and the former president of the Ole Miss MBA Alumni Board. Mr. Toohig resides in Memphis, TN with his wife Sha, and his two daughters, Helen Grace and Cressey, while he works in Raymond James’ east Memphis branch. From Moody's Analytics, we have Robby Holditch with us again. Robby is a Director in the Regulatory and Accounting Solutions team. He is responsible for providing accounting expertise across solutions, products, and services offered by Moody’s Analytics in the Americas. Robby has 15 years of experience in tax, financial reporting, and fair value measurement with regional banks and Big 4 audit firms. He has Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Taxation degrees from Mississippi State University. To hear more from Robby on Main Street Banking, check out our previous episode on CECL.

28 MINSEP 11
Comments
CECL Preparation: Moody's Analytics and Raymond James

Q3.5 Main Street Economic Update with Jim Reber from ICBA Securities

With all the questions on yields and yield curves and negative interest rates that we have heard, we decided to have an "early" Main Street Economic Update and bring in Jim Reber to talk to our listeners about what's been going on in the markets. If you're not familiar with ICBA Securites, you need to go to their website (https://www.icbasecurities.com/) and sign up for The Bond Academy and their webinar series, Community Banking Matters.

13 MINSEP 4
Comments
Q3.5 Main Street Economic Update with Jim Reber from ICBA Securities

Outside the Vault: When You Feel It! Discussion with Darin Hollingsworth from Odonata Coaching

Kicking off our "Outside The Vault" series, Darin Hollingsworth of the Working Gratitude podcast and Odonata Consulting sits down with me to discuss gratitude and how it interacts with financial services.

20 MINAUG 21
Comments
Outside the Vault: When You Feel It! Discussion with Darin Hollingsworth from Odonata Coaching

Outside The Vault Introduction

Trying something a little different! We're starting a new series called "Outside the Vault"...a look at community banking in a different way. Part of that is going to be an episode with listener responses. We want you to answer the question "How has a community bank impacted you or your family positively?" Send in your audio or written responses to me at byron@barret.ws and we'll be sure to include them on an upcoming episode.

4 MINAUG 13
Comments
Outside The Vault Introduction

To De Novo Or Not To De Novo

There is some interesting data to show that de novo market has not been what it has been over the history of banking. It's a new world...but it doesn't mean that the market is dead. Like most everything in banking, it's simply shifted. Randy Dennis, president of DD&F Consulting, is a long time banking expert in this area and has been on our faculty for many years.

24 MINAUG 7
Comments
To De Novo Or Not To De Novo

Ag Lending Update

With so much attention given to the agricultural market due to trade, weather conditions, and the inherent risk in that market, it's important to stay abreast of the trends and listen to the experts. And there's not a better expert than Farmer Mac's Chief Lending Officer, Curt Covington. Curt is a long time veteran of the Ag Lending field and helps oversee the $20 billion Farmer Mac institution.

38 MINJUL 24
Comments
Ag Lending Update

Fun Compliance Training? Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions

Compliance training does not have to be boring. As a matter of fact, in the many years that we have been evaluating our faculty and our curriculum, one of the highest rated classes is Compliance. The faculty members contribute a great deal to this, to be sure, but the topic is one that MUST be discussed. And if that's the case, then let's make it interesting and actually beneficial to the bank. Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions has an extensive resume working with compliance training for both banks and regulatory agencies.

22 MINJUL 10
Comments
Fun Compliance Training? Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions