The Future of Community Bank Strategic Planning and M&A
It’s not just about fintech and digital banking. In this session Invictus chairman and former head of global M&A at Citibank Kamal Mustafa will discuss the future of community bank strategic planning and M&A. These are the simple concepts that any bank CEO can and must follow to gain a competitive advantage in an ever-shifting landscape.
Who Should Attend: CEOs, CFOs, and Directors
- Learn why traditional strategic planning is insufficient.
- Explore how the economy has changed in the post-pandemic world, and why an uneven recovery in different industries will affect community banks.
- Adapt your thinking, processes, and analytics to take advantage of unique growth opportunities and truly understand what drives your bank.
With a banking/investment banking career spanning more than 40 years, Kamal Mustafa is a major thought leader in the banking and finance industries. He has served as head of corporate finance/credit at Connecticut Bank and Trust; head of global Mergers & Acquisitions at Citibank; Managing Director of Merger & Acquisitions and Merchant Banking at PaineWebber; Managing Director of KSP, a $1 billion leveraged-buyout fund for John Kluge; founder and chairman of Bluestone Capital Partners and Wildwood Capital. He founded the Invictus Group in 2008 and serves as chairman. Mr. Mustafa has been a trustee for the University of Connecticut and continues to sit on a number of corporate boards.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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