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SpeakersForum Facilitator: Karl Nelson
Karl Nelson is the Founder and CEO of KPN Consulting, an organization engaged in the ALCO, Funding, and Liquidity arena. His career has included senior positions with Silverton Bank, IDC Deposits, and Promontory Interfinancial Network. In addition, Karl served as a Senior Vice President with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta from 1991 through 2002 where he managed the sales and marketing, strategic planning, and trade association/regulatory outreach efforts and served on the bank's ALCO.
Prior to joining the Home Loan Bank, he was involved for eighteen years with various regional banks. Karl serves on the faculties of the Graduate School of Banking in Madison, Wisconsin and Boulder, Colorado, the Graduate School of Bank Investments & Financial Management in Columbia, South Carolina, the Financial Managers School in Madison, as well as the faculties of the state banking schools in Florida and Tennessee. He also serves as the Chairman for Neighborhood Lending Partners, Inc, a Community Development Financial Institution serving the affordable housing and community revitalization needs for communities in the state of Florida. Mr. Nelson is an organizing Director and former ALCO Chair for a de novo bank in North Carolina and consults regularly with community bank Boards and Management on business strategies.