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At ATB, we support the ongoing growth of industry both at home and abroad. For this reason, we’re hosting a series of webinars featuring industry leading professionals who will address upcoming trends and share specialized knowledge and advice to help you feel confident as you navigate the ins and outs of established and emerging industry sectors.

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Upcoming Webinars

  • FX USD/CAD May 2021 update
    Thursday, May 20 at 10am MDT
    As the global economy continues to bounce back, we invite you to join ATB’s Financial Markets Group for a session on the market trends and fluctuations we have experienced in recent weeks. The team will also provide their thoughts on where we go from here, along with a question and answer period.

On Demand Webinars

  • Protecting your organization from business email compromise
    Join Aisha Kitchlew, Senior Manager of Fraud and Cybercrime, ATB Financial as she discusses how to protect your business or organization from business email compromise (BEC), and how to help prepare your employees so they can act as human firewalls to keep the intruders out of your systems, networks, and devices.
  • How COVID-19 has redefined the experience economy in Alberta
    Join Kim Griffin and Mathew Stone from Stone-Olafson, as they share results, facts, and ideas from the most recent wave of Experience Economy research to help inform your decision making over the coming months.
  • The future of adapting to unwanted change 
    Join ATB's Todd Hirsch, chief economist and Rob Roach, deputy chief economist as they discuss the common traits possessed by the people and businesses that successfully adapted when facing unwanted change.
  • Spotlight on interest rates: dissecting the Bank of Canada update
    ATB's Financial Markets Group leads an an in-depth discussion around the Bank of Canada update, market uncertainty and their predictions on what might be ahead of us as we continue working towards recovery.
  • Alberta’s economy in 2021
    It's fair to say that there's never been a year like 2020. But what lies ahead in 2021? With a great deal of uncertainty still weighing down the economy, it's difficult to predict how and when it will recover. ATB's Chief Economist Todd Hirsch shares tools that can help us understand the new environment that will emerge and what the new economy will look like.
  • Fraud Prevention Month: integrating year round prevention strategies
    As the global marketplace continues to evolve at an increasing rate, so do the techniques used by cybercriminals–a risk many business and industry leaders may have not had the time to address. Aisha Kitchlew, Senior Manager of Fraud and Cybercrime with ATB leads a front-of-mind discussion around the approaches many fraud actors are taking to capitalize on business vulnerability
  • A new environment in fraud: account takeovers
    As account takeover fraud continues to grow and evolve at an alarming rate, so do the techniques used by cybercriminals. Aisha Kitchlew, Senior Manager of Fraud and Cybercrime with ATB discusses the anatomy of an account takeover, what happens beyond the theft, and fraud tactics that business owners should be aware of in order to mitigate risk.
  • FX into 2021: Recovery underway?
    ATB's Financial Markets Group addresses the market trends and fluctuations we have experienced in recent weeks and their thoughts on where we go from here.
  • Business transition planning: a future of your own design
    Having a detailed plan in place will ensure it’s there when you need it most, leaving little to chance, allowing you to shape the future of your business and your life when you choose to exit your business. Join us for a thoughtful discussion around the primary steps to transition planning.
  • Leading through crisis: ATB's journey ATB’s Tara Lockyer, Chief People Officer, Carol Shmygol, Senior Vice President of Brand and Jon Horsman, Senior Executive Vice President of Business discuss ATB’s journey through COVID-19 exploring how we activated our purpose to empower; our team members, the Albertans we so proudly serve, and business at hand, along with some key learnings we will continue to integrate as we work towards recovery.
  • Spotlight on interest rates: A Q3 Financial Markets Update 
    In turbulent times, understanding a number of factors impacting the Canadian market can provide a sense of clarity and perspective. ATB Financial Markets Group discusses the market uncertainty and fluctuations we have experienced throughout the past several weeks, along with their predictions on what might be ahead of us as we continue working towards recovery.
  • Supply chain insights to help you navigate the unknown
    Join Ed Straw, MBA, CD, Head, Advisory Solutions & Advice with ATB and Tom McCaffery, President and CEO of Supply Chain Canada for an in-depth discussion how to analyze and manage the risks in your current supply chain, and opportunities to make supply chain management a fundamental building block to your future success.
  • Navigating unknown waters: Understanding cash flow is powerful during a time of increased uncertainty. Join Jeff Purdy, Sales Director with ATB and Blaine Bertsch, Co-Founder and CEO at Dryrun for an in-depth discussion around how you can analyze the health of your business and prepare for the future. 
  • Wealth planning for business owners: A discussion on the foundations of true wealth planning, and considerations for owner-managed businesses with Raymond Letendre, Specialized Wealth Planner with ATB's Investment Management group.

 

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