Looking to build your skills or learn more about the services we offer? Due to COVID-19, many conferences and in-person events have been canceled, but luckily, you can still continue your FEDucation on a virtual basis. Register for an on-demand webinar or mark your calendar for one of our virtual industry events today!

Webinars

The Federal Reserve Banks host webinars on a variety of subjects and services each year. The following webinars, which can also be found on our Webinars page, are completely free and viewable on-demand:

Working directly with the Fed web series

This series offers a broad overview of how to work with Federal Reserve Financial Services.

Check Services and FedTransaction Analyzer® webinars

These series focus on the inner workings of the FedTransaction Analyzer tool and the Federal Reserve’s Check Services.

In addition to the free webinars above, we also offer fee-based Check Adjustments webinars. To read descriptions, see dates offered and register for these webcasts, visit the Check Adjustments section of the Webinars page.

Industry events

The Federal Reserve Banks also participate in a variety of industry meetings and conferences throughout the year. On our Industry Events page, we list specific events coming up in 2020 in which we will have a representative, exhibit and/or speaker(s). As many in the country have been doing in 2020, Fed representatives have been attending many virtual events and conferences to connect to customers and industry stakeholders.

Below is a listing of industry events we plan to attend in the next 30 days. Simply click on the event title for more information, including the presenters.

2020 Events Date Location
Community Bankers Association of Ohio (CBAO) Annual Convention (Off-site) August 4-6 Virtual
Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota Convention (Off-site) August 6-8 Virtual
Symitar Educational Conference (SEC) and TechConnect (Off-site) August 31-September 3 Virtual

The Federal Reserve Banks are closely monitoring guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) (Off-site) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) (Off-site) to stay informed on the latest developments about COVID-19. We will work to keep the Industry Events page updated according to COVID-related changes or cancellations and add additional conference participation as information becomes available. Please visit the COVID-19 page to stay up to date on guidance as it relates to financial services.

Note

The Federal Reserve Banks do not sponsor or endorse any of the non-Federal Reserve Bank-related products, parties or entities discussed in this publication.