Faced with an unprecedented business environment and the largest emergency interest rate cut since the 2008 recession, banking executives are strategizing how to navigate risk in today’s economic tides. While many banks prefer to stay afloat and weather the storm, some Chief Risk Officers view today’s economic waters as an opportunity to provide greater value for customers, the community, and shareholders.

Join 360factors, endorsed by ABA for risk and compliance management software, and leaders from HomeTrust Bank in Asheville, North Carolina, for a discussion focused on helping banks increase customer and stakeholder value in today’s unprecedented health and economic crisis. Chief risk officers, risk management professionals and other bank operations leaders are encouraged to attend this virtual presentation covering:

  • The effects of interest rate cuts on a bank’s strategic risk direction
  • One bank’s approach to using predictive risk analysis of real-time data to gain market share
  • New technologies to help financial institutions proactively prepare for and optimize the current risk landscape

Finding Opportunity in Economic Crisis: Risk Management Strategies You Can Use Now



Robert Berger, Vice President of Sales

Robert brings over 18 years of technical sales and people management experience to 360factors. As VP of Sales, Robert is focused on building an industry-leading sales organization founded on a culture of customer success, integrity, and continuous improvement. He works with many customers who are seeking ways to improve their risk and compliance programs and welcomes the opportunity to share his thought leadership from his experience on these topics.

Parrish Little, CIA, CBA, CRP, Chief Risk Officer – HomeTrust Bank

Parrish has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry serving in internal audit and risk management leadership positions. He began his career in banking with Citizens & Southern National Bank (Bank of America) in Columbia, S.C. as an Auditor. In 1995 he managed and led audit initiatives with Fleet Financial Group’s (Bank of America) mortgage lending operations. He served in several leadership roles with Bank of America in Greensboro and Charlotte, N.C. from 1997 to 2007, during which time he was promoted to Senior Vice President. He joined First Citizens Bank and Trust in Columbia, S.C. as Director of Risk Management in 2008. In his most recent role, Little served as Chief Audit Executive of First Citizens Bank and Trust where he directed the Bank’s Internal Audit team. He has served in various leadership positions and on the boards of local chapters of the Institute of Internal Auditors and currently serves on the board of the Risk Management Association’s Operational Risk Forum. He is an active community volunteer, including faith-based community initiatives, and has served on the Mental Health America of South Carolina’s board for the past three years.