Ed Elfmann, American Bankers Association
The latest from D.C. on national and international agribusiness and trade policy, along with updates on various pandemic aid programs related to ag and rural banking.
John Newton, Ph.D, Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation
Plenn Hunnicutt, South Georgia Crop Insurance, Inc.
How are the basic crop commodities faring as spring planting season is closing and agribusinesses are factoring in effects of the pandemic? Hunnicutt gives us an update.
Growing Georgia’s Economy through Property Rights: Removing Barriers to Lending
Skipper G. StipeMaas, JD, Executive Director, Georgia Heirs Property Law Center, Inc.
The Georgia Heirs Property Law Center is a not-for-profit law firm that helps heirs property owners, nonprofits, and municipalities remediate fractured title, increase equity, and transfer wealth to the next generation through title clearing, wills creation, estate planning, and facilitating access to government, private sector and nonprofit land management/home improvement programs. The center has served Georgia since 2015. Ms. StipeMass discusses the center’s work throughout the state working with various stakeholders including banks and their clients.
Chuck Williams, Director/State Forester, Georgia Forestry Commission
Forestry and agriculture are closely linked to economic vitality in rural Georgia. Chuck Williams, former bank CEO and past GBA Chairman, discusses the role timber plays in job creation and what community banks should think about as they look at opportunities to finance the industry or businesses reliant on it.
Pricing and How to Order
The GBA 2020 Ag Connect recording package is $150 and includes all five sessions.
Special Thanks to 2020 Presenting Sponsor
Mark Faas, CEO
Professional Development Manager