By: Amy Seiford, Affiliation Coordinator

The Sheshunoff Affiliation Program is excited to announce our 2021 Affiliation meeting schedule. Most of our spring 2021 season will be virtual using an enhanced platform to expand the traditional virtual experience. These meetings will bring all of the benefits of an in-person Affiliation meeting to a live virtual format with opportunities for networking, dialogue between speakers and attendees, and the opportunity to receive a customized peer report for your bank.

CEO Affiliation Virtual Meetings:
April 12-14
April 26-28

Our spring CEO Affiliation sessions will include current topics such as HR issues brought about by COVID-19, branch rationalization post-pandemic, and the current state of the economy. Attendees will also participate in a two-hour High Performance Idea Exchange with their peers, which is always one of the highlights of the Affiliation Program.

SLO Affiliation Virtual Meeting:
March 29-30

SLO Affiliation In-Person Meeting:
May 3-4, La Playa Beach & Golf Resort, Naples, Florida

Our spring virtual and in-person SLO Affiliation sessions will include speakers on current topics such as sales and marketing in the post-COVID age, the changing landscape of commercial real estate lending, and the current state of the economy. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with fellow bankers during the High Performance Idea Exchange.

The Sheshunoff Affiliation Program is currently planning to hold all of our fall in-person meetings as scheduled, including five CEO meeting locations, two SLO meeting locations and one TOO meeting. For a full list of fall 2021 meeting dates and locations, please visit

For more information on any of these meetings or to register, please contact Karen Peterman, Client Relationship Manager, at 512-703-1558 or

What CEOs Say About the Program….

"Good discussions and thought provoking ideas presented. I am so busy at the bank that it is always good to step away, reflect, re-focus and learn from presenters and peers."

"Huge benefit in the way of exposure to national bankers vs state only. Always a good program."

"Really good, useful topics – very appropriate for this time."