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NC BANKERS ASSOCIATION SPONSORS BANK DIRECTORS CONFERENCE

 RALEIGH, N.C., Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The N.C. Bankers Association (NCBA) is presenting a bank directors conference Monday, Jan. 25, in Hickory, and Tuesday, Jan. 26, in Raleigh.
 Major speakers include former N.C. bank executive and current FDIC Director C.C. Hope Jr., N.C. Commissioner of Banks William T. Graham, and NCBA President Robert F. Lowe, president and CEO of Lexington State Bank.
 F. Richard Matthews Jr., chairman of the NCBA Education Committee, which is sponsoring the conference, will preside over the first general session. He is chairman, CEO and president of the Village Bank, Chapel Hill.
 Matthews will describe the responsibilities and liabilities facing bank directors to open the meeting and moderate a concurrent session panel on "Board Leadership: Key Success Factors" in the afternoon.
 Separate speakers will discuss director compensation, the interaction between directors and bank management, and asset quality before Graham talks about proposed banking legislation in the 1993 General Assembly.
 Hope will moderate a panel to handle comments, questions and answers before delivering the luncheon address, "The Challenge of Being a Bank Director in Today's Environment." Panelists include Commissioner Graham, Deputy Commissioner Hal D. Lingerfelt, Matthews, an attorney, two consultants, and two representatives of accounting and consulting firms.
 Here are the panelists who will discuss board leadership in either Hickory or Raleigh:
 -- Robert C. Abernathy, chairman of Peoples Bank, Newton;
 -- James M. Culberson Jr., chairman and CEO of First National Bank
 and Trust Co., Asheboro;
 -- Paul M. Fisher, chairman and CEO of F&M Bank, Granite Quarry;
 -- John A. Forlines Jr., chairman and CEO of Bank of Granite,
 Granite Falls;
 -- David A. Hunsucker, president and CEO of Peoples Bank, Newton;
 -- NCBA President Lowe;
 -- D. Earl Pardue, chairman, and Wade Williamson, president and CEO
 of FirstSouth Bank, Burlington; and
 -- Billy T. Woodard, president and CEO of The Fidelity Bank,
 Fuquay-Varina.
 Other afternoon concurrent sessions are "High Performance Banking" and "Safety and Soundness." The latter will include Jerold D. Byers, field officer supervisor of the FDIC, and T. Mercedes Oglukian, assistant General Counsel of the N.C. Banking Commission.
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 /CONTACT: Bill Stroupe of NCBA, 919-782-6960/


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