LAS VEGAS. The Nevada Bankers Association (NBA) has announced Platinum Sponsors for its second annual Nevada Trust Conference, taking place April 24-26 in Paris, Las Vegas.
NBA Platinum Sponsors for the 2023 In-Home Conference will include Charles Schwab, GBank, Laurel Trust, and Seiler LLP.
Charles Schwab Trust Company (CSTC) provides corporate trustee services exclusively to an extensive network of Schwab affiliates, financial advisors, wealth advisors and their clients. Acting as a traditional full-service trustee or as a directed trustee under Nevada law, CSTC’s structure enables professionals in the field to develop and maintain long-term trust asset relationships while leveraging industry-leading custody technology, and also administrative experience for the families they serve.
GBank (formerly known as “Bank of George”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of GBank Financial Holdings Inc., a bank holding company. Founded in 2007, GBank operates two full-service commercial branches in Las Vegas, Nevada, with primary customer-focused lending activities in Nevada, California, Utah, and Arizona. GBank has key businesses in three main divisions: SBA Lending, Gaming FinTech, and Commercial Lending. It does business nationally through its SBA lending operations (ranked 14th in the nation by the US Small Business Administration for SBA 7(a) dollar loan through September 30, 2022) and its BankCard Services, LLC partnership (” BCS”).
Laurel Trust Company is a thoughtful professional trustee capable of streamlining complexity by putting the values and priorities of their client first. This is achieved by providing solution-focused trust services and effectively interacting with your client’s legal and investment advisors to achieve their strategic goals.
For 65 years, Seiler has provided advisory, tax and accounting services to some of the world’s most forward-thinking and influential individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations. Based in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, they are an independent member of HLB, a global network of consultants and accountants.
NBA officials say the conference is “essential for real estate professionals, lawyers and accountants in Nevada and across the US.” She will highlight the differences and benefits of Nevada’s trustworthy environment, as well as offer continuing education credits for a variety of industry degrees.
High-level speakers will deliver presentations on topics ranging from digital asset regulation to charities, APTs and NINGS. Participants will hear national speakers including Jonathan Blattmahr, Paul Lee, Sam Donaldson, Paul Frimmer, David Handler, Dick Kignon and more. Nevada experts include Bob Armstrong, Michael Rafferty and Alan Freer. The Digital Assets session will feature Matt Saltzman, Alice McGee and Albert Forkner.
For more information, additional speakers, sponsorship opportunities and registration, visit nvbankers.org/trust or call (702) 233-8607. Registration is open with discounts until March 6th. The cost of participation in the full conference starts from 875 USD per person.
About the Nevada Bankers Association The NBA is the unified voice of Nevada’s diverse banking and trust industry. Members are committed to providing the best financial products, services, and resources to drive and support economic growth, job creation, and prosperity throughout Nevada. Visit www.nvbankers.org.