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MoneyBall for Bankers

For over 100 years, Major League Baseball scouted for talent using the same “tried and true” framework. In 2002, the Oakland A’s broke all the rules and turned the framework upside down. In Moneyball, we learned how the A’s used player statistics in new and powerful ways to improve their franchise dramatically, while maintaining one of the lowest payrolls in Major League Baseball.

Strategic decisions are driven not only by our goals, but also by the framework we apply to our decision-making. When it comes to balance sheet management, having the right framework can make seemingly difficult decisions come sharply into focus. How does your institution view the world? What frameworks do you use to drive decision-making? From the wrong perspective, decisions often seem complicated and uncertain; from the right one, the answers are often obvious.

This well-rounded program explores bank profitability through the lens of finance so whether your goal is to be a buyer, a seller, or simply a stronger institution--you can be prepared. Using real-world case studies, learn how the right decision-making framework can help your institution reach its goals.

In MoneyBall for Bankers, we’ll learn how thinking differently about the finance of banking can dramatically improve your franchise.

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