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					BANK INVESTOR
R E L AT I O N S
S Y M P O S I U M
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Executive Conference Room
at The New York Stock Exchange
• Focusing on the challenges unique to bank investor relations
• Delivering guidance and best practices from a wide range of
  key experts
• Providing an unparalleled opportunity to interact with your
  peers from across the banking industry




Presented by



in collaboration with
In contrast to the usual generic IR conferences, SNL’s Bank IR
Symposium focuses on the pressing issues and best practices
specific to banks, with the ultimate goal of helping you
maximize shareholder value through best-in-class investor
relations. In the intimate setting of the storied Executive
Conference Room of the New York Stock Exchange, you and
your peers will hear from the entire spectrum of IR-related
disciplines and constituencies, including bank-focused
sell-side analysts, investors, senior bank executives and IR and
PR consultants.




VENUE
The Executive Conference Room at the New York Stock Exchange

What better venue in which to focus on investor relations than in the storied
halls of the New York Stock Exchange?

The small-group format of the Bank IR Symposium is perfectly suited for the
NYSE’s Executive Conference Room, once the site of the Exchange’s bond
trading floor. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to be front and center at
the closing bell and to attend an evening cocktail reception on the floor of the
Exchange at the close of the first day’s program.

The Exchange is located at 11 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005. Although
lodging is not provided as part of this program, you will find a list of
nearby hotels on the Location page of the program website:
www.snlcenter.com/bankir
Why you should attend
  • A singular focus on bank IR issues means 100% relevancy

  • The small-group format, composed entirely of your peers, provides
    the opportunity for frank conversation and substantive Q&A

  • An agenda concentrating on specific actions for best-in-class IR practices
    gives you takeaways you can put to immediate use

  • A full spectrum of speakers gives you the ability to tap the mind sets
    of sell-side analysts, senior bank executives and investors


What you’ll gain
  • How to make your bank’s IR program a competitive advantage

  • A deeper understanding of how the needs of your investors differ
    from those of your customers and employees

  • Ways to tailor your communications to your different market constituents,
    including research analysts, portfolio managers and the financial press

  • How to practice effective investor relations in an increasingly
    ‘social media’ world

  • Insight into creating a proactive message about your bank and its
    prospects


Who benefits
  • Investor Relations executives, CFOs and CEOs

  • Senior marketing and communications professionals

  • Compliance officers

  • Corporate counsel

This program assumes a significant level of familiarity with bank accounting,
financial statements and the duties and processes associated with investor
relations.

Register online: www.snlcenter.com/bankir



                                                           www.snlcenter.com/bankir
PANELISTS and
SPEAKERS
Julianna Balicka, Analyst, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc.
Frank C. Bonaventure, Jr., Principal, Ober Kaler
Lynn E. Casteel, Executive Vice President, Managing Director,
                 Travers Collins Investor Relations
Daniel Finney, Independent IR Counselor
Mark Fitzgibbon, Principal and Director of Research, Sandler
                 O’Neill + Partners
Christopher T. Fortune, Vice President, Regional Bank
                        Analyst, T. Rowe Price
Dave Hogan, Director, IR and Corporate Communications,
            First Financial Bankshares, Inc.
Laurie Hunsicker, Managing Director, Stifel Nicolaus
Matthew Kelley, Senior Vice President, Sterne Agee
Megan Malanga, Managing Director, Nvestcom
Philip J. Mantua, EVP and CFO, Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc.
Jeffrey D. Morgan, President and CEO, National Investor
                   Relations Institute (NIRI)
Robert Power, Vice President, Global Corporate Client Group,
NYSE Euronext
Andrew S. Samuel, Chairman, President and CEO, Tower
Bancorp, Inc.
Jeffrey Schoenborn, Senior Vice President, Travers Collins
Investor Relations
Anton Schutz, President, Mendon Capital Advisors Corp.
Nathan Stovall, Senior Reporter and New York Bureau Chief,
                SNL Financial
Additional speakers are confirming attendance
                                                                  www.snlcenter.com/bankir



2011 SNL BANK
INVESTOR RELATIONS
SYMPOSIUM
DAY ONE - Monday, March 14
Registration opens at 12:30 p.m.

 1:30 p.m.
 Working with the Capital Markets
 Jeffrey Schoenborn, Senior Vice President, Travers Collins Investor Relations
     The investor relations role in today’s environment • Developing and
     evaluating a successful IR program • Favorably differentiating your bank’s
     stock story • Rethinking your peer set • Determining your level of retail
     ownership • The role of the IR function during M&A as target or acquirer •
     Engaging the media to enhance your IR program.

 2:30 p.m.
 IR in the Age of New Media
 Dave Hogan, Director, IR and Corporate Communications, First Financial Bankshares

 3:00 p.m.
 A Review of the Markets and Their Mechanics
 Robert Power, VP, Global Corporate Client Group, NYSE Euronext
     A brief history of the exchange system • Specialist systems vs. electronic
     communications networks • Who is on the trading floor and what they do.

 3:30 p.m.
 Refreshment Break                 Sponsored by

 3:45 p.m.
 Closing Bell Ceremony and Tour of the Exchange Floor
 4:30 p.m.
 Facilitated Roundtable Conversations
 Lynn E. Casteel, Executive Vice President, Travers Collins Investor Relations
 Daniel Finney, Independent Investor Relations Counselor
 Megan Malanga, Managing Director, Nvestcom
 Jeffrey Schoenborn, Senior Vice President, Travers Collins Investor Relations
     Small group discussions of: Current IR issues • Identify topics and questions
     for Day Two panels • Networking with other participants.

 6:00 p.m.
 Cocktail Reception on the floor of the Exchange
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DAY TWO - Tuesday, March 15
Continental breakfast opens at 7:30 a.m.
                         Sponsored by
 8:30 a.m.
  Engaging with the Sell-side
  Julianna Balicka, Analyst, Keefe Bruyette & Woods
  Mark Fitzgibbon, Principal and Director of Research, Sandler O’Neill + Partners
  Laurie Hunsicker, Managing Director, Stifel Nicolaus
  Matthew Kelley, Managing Director, Sterne Agee
  Megan Malanga (moderator), Managing Director, Nvestcom
     The relevance of and challenges facing the sell-side in today’s market •
     Getting the right coverage; initiating relationships with analysts • Analyst
     views on credit quality, capital adequacy and earnings quality • Incorporating
     management’s guidance into earnings and valuation models.

  10:15 a.m. Refreshment Break

  10:30 a.m.
  Perspective from the Buy-side
  Christopher T. Fortune, Vice President, Regional Bank Analyst, T. Rowe Price
  Anton Schutz, President, Mendon Capital
  Lynn E. Casteel (moderator), EVP, Managing Director, Travers Collins Investor Relations
    Attracting institutional investors • Requirements for attractive investments
    (float, market cap, etc.) • What the investor hears: Communicating results and
    expectations • What the investor says: How investors communicate return
    expectations.

  Noon
  Luncheon         Hosted by our partner

  1:00 p.m.
  Regulatory Update
  Frank C. Bonaventure, Jr., Principal, Ober Kaler
  Jeffrey D. Morgan, President and CEO, National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI
  Nathan Stovall (moderator), Senior Reporter and NY Bureau Chief, SNL Financial
    Impact of Dodd-Frank and other reforms on bank IR programs • Review of
    changing SEC requirements and a look ahead.

  2:45 p.m. Refreshment Break

  3:00 p.m.
  Investor Relations from the Executive Suite
  Philip J. Mantua, EVP & CFO, Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc.
  Andrew S. Samuel, Chairman, President & CEO, Tower Bancorp
  Jeffrey Schoenborn (moderator), Senior Vice President, Travers Collins Investor Relations
    Balancing the needs of various constituents • The role of the Board of Directors
    in IR strategy • Collaborating with the Board of Directors on key issues •
    Collecting accurate information from inside your organization.
    Program concludes at approximately 4:30 p.m.
HOW TO REGISTER
Online: www.snlcenter.com/bankir
Phone: (434) 951-7786

PRICING
$
    1.495
Registration price Includes all conference materials, cocktail reception,
luncheon, continental breakfast and refreshment breaks.


WHEN AND WHERE
March 14-15, 2011
New York Stock Exchange, New York, NY
Lodging is not provided as part of this program; however a list of hotels
convenient to the venue is available on the ‘Location’ page of the program
website: wwwsnlcenter.com/bankir.

Cancellations for this program are eligible for a full refund, less a $150.00 administrative
fee, if received at least 15 business days prior to the start of the program. Cancellations
received after that date, but at least 5 business days prior to the start of the program,
receive a credit in the amount of the registration fee, less a $150.00 administrative fee,
to attend another SNL CFE program within 13 months. Cancellations received fewer than
5 business days prior to the start of the program are not eligible for a refund or credit.
Attendee substitutions from the same company may be made at any time.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
         CFA Institute
         10 Hours of Continuing Education Credit

        National Association of State Boards of Accountancy
        12 Hours of CPE Credit
Complete details can be found on the program website: www.snlcenter.com/bankir



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