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Bond Graduate School
October 6, 2010 • The Fairmont, San Francisco
AdvAnCed InveStMent StRAtegIeS fOR COMMUnIty BAnkS
• Analysis of Whole Loan CMOs
• Using A/L to Position the Bank
• Interest Rate Swaps
• Whole Loan Purchases
• Current Accounting Issues
In today’s changing and competitive banking environment, this
program supports you and your bank’s success by ensuring the
most current and efficient methodologies.
If you are not completely satisfied with this program, we will provide a full
refund of your registration fees within 10 days of your attendance.
Register at www.wib.org
Bond Graduate School
SChedule & PRoGRAM Why you Should
Wednesday, October 6
Bond Graduate School offers an
advanced look at marketplace
8:30-9:00 am Registration & Continental Breakfast mechanics; pricing models, concepts
and structures; accounting issues
9:00-10:00 am economic Overview and Outlook and advanced methodologies for the
Will Taylor, SVP, Vining Sparks modern community bank investment
manager. Presented by noted
10:00-11:00 am Current accounting Issues industry experts, you’ll get advanced
John Pender, CPA, Vining Sparks methodologies, resources, insight and
George Hancock, CPA, CFA, Vining Sparks techniques that help you navigate
toward stronger results and avoid
11:00 am Noon analysis of Whole Loan CMOs common pitfalls.
James Plunkett, SVP, Investment Strategies, Vining Sparks
Who Should Attend
Noon-1:00 pm Lunch with Networking n Ceos
1:00-2:00 pm using a/L to Position the Bank for rapidly rising n Controllers
Interest rates n Investment Managers
Will Taylor, SVP, Vining Sparks
2:00-3:00 pm Interest rate Swaps up to 6.0 CPe Credits may be
Rick Redmond, Senior Vice President, Vining Sparks
available upon completion of the
3:00-4:00 pm Whole Loan Purchases
Wade Walker, Senior Vice President, Vining Sparks vInInG SPARkS
vining Sparks is nationally recognized
as a leading broker/dealer serving
the investment needs of institutional
“A strong program
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Golden vAlley BAnk, CA
October 6, 2010 • The Fairmont, San Francisco
John Pender, CPA, Vice President, Vining Sparks rick redmond, SVP, Vining Sparks
John has been involved in the banking and investment business Rick currently serves as head of marketing and trading for vining
since 1996. he is vice President of Sales in the Portfolio Sparks Interest Rate Products, llC. he previously served as
Management Group of vining Sparks, where he serves executive managing direction of the derivative Products Group
institutional clients nationwide. the Portfolio Management for a regional broker dealer after serving as the head of the AlM
Group provides proprietary services to their clients in the Advisors Group. Rick has twenty-five years of experience with
areas of Asset liability management and Investments. John large regional banks, where he held senior treasury and corporate
Previously worked in Investment Strategies, which provides planning positions. his responsibilities included the customer
research and technical assistance to the firm’s customers and sales derivative business, mortgage servicing hedging, interest rate
representatives. his primary focus centered on Asset-liability risk management, loan pricing, and risk adjusted performance
Management, Portfolio Analysis, Policy Review, and Regulatory management. Rick has managed derivative positions hedging over
Compliance. Prior to joining vining Sparks IBG, l.P., John $200 billion in assets.
was employed by PricewaterhouseCoopers for five years where
he performed both external and internal audit procedures on William M. J. taylor, SVP/Director, Portfolio Management Group,
financial services clients. these procedures included a review Vining Sparks
of the allowance for loan loss, financial statement preparation, Will has been involved in the banking and investment business
investment analysis, and compliance with policies regarding loan/ sine 1986. his career began as an employee of Shelby County, tn
deposit operations. working in the investment and distribution of public funds. Will
later moved to the correspondent banking group of union Planters
James Plunkett, SVP, Investment Strategies, Vining Sparks Bank. under his management, the group grew to over $3.5 billion
James is a Senior vice President in the Investment Strategies in warehouse lending . In this capacity Will was appointed to a
division. he came to vining Sparks from union Planters number of key committees and subcommittees of the Mortgage
Corporation where he served as Senior vice President of Bankers Association of America. In addition to working in the
the Funds Management division. his role there included lending area, Will was active in the trading operation. during his
the management and issuance of securities and derivative tenure he oversaw the financing and securitization of Collateralized
instruments, purchases and sales of loans, interest rate risk Mortgage Backed obligations (CMos), Fixed and Adjustable
management, and chair of the Asset/liability Management Mortgage Backed Securities ( with emphasis on Multifamily
Committee. Previous to their merger with union Planters, projects) and Small Business Administration loan Securities. Will
James managed the Funds Management division for Sunburst joined vining Sparks as a result of a combination of union Planters
Bancorp. James also worked for eight years at Merrill lynch dealer operation with vining Sparks in September 1990.
where he advised and assisted financial institutions, insurance
companies, state and local governments, and corporations in Wade Walker, SVP, Vining Sparks
management of fixed income portfolios and interest rate risk. Wade has more than 22 years of experience in fixed-income
James’s background includes experience managing mutual fund
capital markets and focuses on non-agency mortgage sales
portfolios, hedging debt issuance and loan originations, and
and securitization. over his career, Wade has brokered over
$5 billion of loan packagas and was the lead underwriter on
$20 billion of CMo/ABS deal.
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