Conferences & Education

Annual Conference for Bank Presidents, Senior Officers & Directors

March 14-18, 2015
Grand Wailea  |  Maui, Hawaii

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Click here for information and presentation handouts from the 2014 Conference in Tucson

View pictures from the conference here.

Lock in Early Bird pricing!


Early Bird Registration Fees

WIB Bank Member $1,325
WIB Associate Member $1,625
Bank Nonmember $1,925
After Jan. 14, 2015, fees will be: $1,525 / $2,025 / $2,125

Guest Registration Fees 

Guest Program - Member $645
Guest Program - Nonmember $745

Make your hotel reservation today!

Grand Wailea

3850 Wailea Alanui Drive
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, 96753

Main Phone: (808) 875-1234
Reservations: (800) 888-6100
Reserve online

Located on the sunny Southwest shores of Maui, the Grand Wailea has 40 acres of lush tropical gardens and tranquil waterfalls, setting the scene for clear strategic thinking and true relaxation. Come before or stay after the conference and reenergize with innovative treatments at the spa, enjoy the many pools, tee-up for championship golf or play world-class tennis with your family. Grand Wailea is approximately 18 miles from Kahuhui Airport (OGG).

Hotel Room Rate

Terrace $365 Single/Double
Deluxe Garden $395 Single/Double
Ocean View $425 Single/Double
Room rates are valid from March 11-21, 2015. Hotel tax is 9.25%

In addition to the rates set forth above, there is a daily resort charge of $20 per room, per night; a room attendant fee of $3 per room, per day and a porterage fee of $10 (includes both check-in and check-out).

Cancellations received prior to 7 days of arrival date receive a refund of deposit. Cancellations less than 7 days of arrival date will be charged one night.

Reservation Deadline
Contact the hotel by January 16, 2015 and mention Western Independent Bankers to obtain the conference rate.

Airfare Discounts

Hawaiian Airlines: Program Code: WIB
Alaska Airlines: Discount Code: ECMV640
United Airlines: Offer Code: ZT3U805781

This conference provides invaluable resources for today's banking environment. The information and relationships developed become the fiber of successful strategic planning.

Eric Schmutz, State Bank of Southern Utah