2007 Symposium, "Reputation Risk"
2006 Symposium, "Economic Development"
2005 Symposium, "Bank Fraud"
John Howe, along with his Advisory Board, holds a yearly symposium focusing on the timeliest topics relevant to the banking industry. The 2005 Missouri Banking Symposium, “Bank Fraud,” was held on the University of Missouri campus at the Reynolds Alumni Center. Tim Gallagher, Supervisory Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, started the morning off with a keynote address, Types of Scope of Bank Fraud in Missouri. Panel discussion followed with the moderation of Max Cook, President of the Missouri Bankers Association. The panel covered the topics of Mortgage Fraud, Check Fraud, and Phishing. Eric McClure, Commissioner of Finance, State of Missouri, added a nice finishing touch to the day with a regulator’s view on bank fraud. You can find more information on the 2005 Missouri Banking Symposium brochure.