Spencer Fane attorney Elizabeth Fast presented multiple presentations for the Community Bankers Association of Kansas (CBAK) this year. As an involved member of CBAK, Elizabeth regularly speaks at webinars including 19 presentations in 2021. She presents financial and bankruptcy topics ranging from loans to foreclosures to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
BTC Bank, based in Bethany, Missouri, recently completed its acquisition of Home Exchange Bank, based in Jamesport, Missouri, and 1st Cameron State Bank, based in Cameron, Missouri.
Spencer Fane attorneys Elizabeth Fast and Sandy Wirtel were recently selected for Missouri Lawyers Media (MLM) Women’s Justice Awards, which recognizes women in numerous legal sectors that achieved the “standards of professional excellence they’ve set for their peers.”
The Kansas City Business Journal recently interviewed Spencer Fane Chair Patrick J. Whalen and attorney Elizabeth Fast for an article on how a focus on financial services and bankruptcy matters drives the firm’s current growth pattern.
Spencer Fane attorneys Elizabeth Fast and Shawn Tuma recently published an article in The Show-Me Banker, the industry magazine published by the MIBA (Missouri Independent Bankers Association).
Best Practices for Employees Returning to Work Highlighted in Webinar by Elizabeth Fast and Elizabeth Wente
Spencer Fane attorneys Elizabeth Fast and Elizabeth Wente recently presented a webinar for the Missouri Independent Bankers Association (MIBA) focusing on best workplace practices.
Spencer Fane Partner Elizabeth Fast was recently named to the 2018 Best of the Bar list by the Kansas City Business Journal.
Spencer Fane attorney Elizabeth Fast was recently interviewed for an article in The Topeka Capital-Journal that details the impact of new legislation in Kansas (Senate Bill 335) that now allows savings and loan banks to convert from a federal charter to a state charter.
Published in the Show-Me Banker, Spencer Fane Partner, Elizabeth Fast’s article on “How to Remain an Independent Community Banker” focuses on the importance of this topic to bank shareholders.
Spencer Fane Partner Elizabeth Fast has been selected as an honoree for Kansas City Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business award.
Elizabeth Fast of Spencer Fane will conduct training sessions for front-line banking staff September 24 in Phillipsburg, KS and September 29 in Mayetta, KS., in conjunction with the Community Bankers Association of Kansas (CBA). The 2-hour sessions will cover important banking laws and regulations that are essential knowledge for staff members to properly handle a bank’s operations. Cost is only $49 for CBA members, and $69 for non-members. To register, go to http://cbak.com/ and click on “Calendar.”