The webinar titled "The Banking Landscape in Light of COVID-19 & Current Market Conditions" was presented by Barley Snyder on Wednesday, December 2 as part of our Virtual Business Seminar Series.
This webinar delivered information related to the impact of COVID-19 and current market conditions on the banking landscape across our region. Following keynote remarks from Curtis J. Myers, President and COO of Fulton Financial Corporation, a moderated panel shared their perspective on what banks are seeing now and what banks anticipate they may see in the future. The panel was moderated by Troy B. Rider, partner at Barley Snyder, and the panel featured the following industry experts:
The panelists covered COVID-19 and banking market topics including:
Observations as to how the Bank’s customers and borrowers are dealing with COVID-19 and government actions taken to combat the virus
COVID-19 and Market Topics
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the forgiveness process
The Main Street Lending Program
Deferrals, Covenant Waivers and Troubled Debt Restructurings (TDRs)
Historically Low Interest Rates
What the “New Normal” might look like
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