The Kentucky Bankers Association (KBA) has invited John McGarvey to emcee the 2017 KBA Annual Convention. The event will take place on Sept. 24-27, in Asheville, NC. The theme of this year’s conference is “Strong Roots, Bright Tomorrow.”
John’s practice concentrates on secured transactions, municipal law, the representation of banks and other lenders in litigation, and matters under the Uniform Commercial Code. His legal accomplishments have been recognized by his election to the American Law Institute and inclusion in lists such as Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, Top Lawyers and Preeminent Attorneys.
John is a member of numerous legal organizations, including multiple Uniform Commercial Code task forces and advisory committees. He is an adjunct secured transactions professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law, and has taught hundreds of seminars on legal issues involving financial institutions and credit extenders. John is a shareholder, chairperson of the firm’s Executive Committee and a member of the Marketing Committee.
The KBA is a nonprofit trade association that has been providing legislative, legal, compliance and educational services to its member institutions since 1891. Its purpose is to provide effective advocacy for the financial services industry both in Kentucky and on a national level; to serve as a reliable and responsive source of information and education about areas of interest to the industry; and to provide a catalyst and forum for collective industry action.