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THE N.C. BANKERS ASSOCIATION HOLDS SIXTH ANNUAL COMMUNITY BANK CONFERENCE

 RALEIGH, N.C., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The N.C. Bankers Association (NCBA) is holding its sixth annual Community Bank Conference this weekend in Charlotte.
 Former North Carolina bank executive and current FDIC Director C.C. Hope Jr. will open the meeting tonight with an update on the FDIC fund and federal regulatory matters.
 Edgar B. Hamilton, vice chairman of the NCBA Community Bank Committee and conference chairman, will preside over Saturday's session. He is the president and CEO of the First National Bank of Shelby.
 First Union economist G. David Orr, a senior vice president, will examine the outlook for the state and national economy.
 Herbert M. Wayne Jr. will discuss one of the hot banking topics in the '90s: compliance. He is the compliance officer and a senior vice president with Wachovia Bank in Winston-Salem.
 Past NCBA President James M. Culberson Jr., chairman and CEO of First National Bank and Trust Co. in Asheboro, will speak on federal legislation. He is co-chairman of government relations for the American Bankers Association (ABA).
 The conference has devoted a panel discussion to one aspect of compliance: "Tackling the Challenge of CRA" -- the Community Reinvestment Act.
 James E. Burt III, president and CEO of Lincoln Bank of North Carolina in Lincoln, will moderate the panel.
 The panelists are former NCBA President Paul E. Fisher, chairman and CEO of F&M Bank in Granite Quarry; John J. Godbold, president and CEO of Carolina State Bank in Shelby; and Michael S. Patterson, president and CEO of Triangle Bank and Trust Co. in Raleigh.
 A smorgasbord of topics will complete the Saturday morning session: ABA's Skylink teleconference service, an upcoming NCBA program on the essentials of commerical lending, the Association's health insurance program, and a campaign to offer annuity sales through banks.
 F. Richard Matthews Jr., chairman, CEO, and president of The Village Bank in Chapel Hill, will report on activities of the NCBA Education Committee during the business lunch.
 The work of the Education Committee includes programs generated by NCBA and the coordination of opportunities in training that banks are willing to share with other banks.
 Saturday's afternoon session will conclude with separate talks on executive compensation and executive benefits.
 Willis W. Apple, executive vice president and general counsel for First National Bank of Reidsville, will lead a prayer breakfast to begin the Sunday activities.
 Then two NCBA staff officers -- Executive Vice President Al Fuqua and Vice President and General Counsel Ed Aycock -- will update the conference attenders on state legislative and regulatory matters.
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 /CONTACT: Bill Stroupe, N.C. Bankers Association, 919-782-6960/


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