The MBA sponsors and co-sponsors banking schools for the professional growth and development of bankers. The schools are designed to promote and enhance skills and knowledge by focusing on the issues, regulations and requirements in different areas of banking. Many of the schools below also offer scholarship opportunities - click here to view.
VIRTUAL! Advanced Credit Conference, September 2-3.
This conference is designed to help attendees prepare for the 2020-2021 loan renewal season. The decisions producers make are based on commodity, livestock, and economic outlooks. Nathan Kaufman from the Kansas City Federal Reserve will get the conference started with his view current farm economy. The first day also includes sessions today’s farmland market, commodity forecast, and the current agricultural credit conditions. In the morning of the second day, we change topics slightly as we focus on some of the current implications from the COVID-19 pandemic on agriculture. View full agenda.
Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center | Michigan State University
May 2-7, 2021
The MBA Perry Schools of Banking were established in 1976 with a mission to serve the banking industry of Michigan through in-depth and long-term continuing education programs. The well-developed curriculum is developed by MBA Perry Board of Trustees and Perry alumni.View brochure.
MBA Perry School of Banking Scholarship
Awarded by the Mid-Michigan Banking Group (MMBG). View application. Must be a member to apply for the scholarship. Please contact Molly Reid to join the MMBG.
Educating Professionals, Creating Leaders
Since 1945, the Graduate School of Banking (GSB) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been educating professionals and creating leaders in the banking industry. As the financial services industry has changed, so has GSB. GSB Graduates Receive a GSB Diploma Plus a Certificate of Executive Leadership from Wisconsin School of Business. View scholarships here.
Graduate School of Banking
August 1-13, 2021
Enrollment Deadline: June 1