Since 1998, the FDIC’s Atlanta Region has supported and participated in Directors’ College programs throughout the southeast. This program is an important part of supporting and maintaining healthy community banks.  It is designed for those directors that have completed the original Directors College program (Session I & II), and those that have attended the previously named Freshman college.  CBWV is pleased to take director education and training to a higher level.  CBWV along with the FDIC and the WV Division of Financial Institutions will bring you a program beneficial to you and your bank.

The purpose of the college is to educate new directors about their responsibilities. This program will help directors gain a deeper understanding of their overall duties and responsibilities and better prepare them for the increasing challenges and complexities that are evolving in the financial services market place.
The program will also give directors a more in depth insight into bank operations and provide them the opportunity to interact with regulators and review bank activities from a regulatory perspective. After participating in the program, directors will be better able to fulfill their overall fiduciary obligations and provide a higher level of service to their respective communities.