Risk, Regulations & Exams Track
Designed to keep you up-to-date on supervisory, regulatory and operational risk issues at the federal level.
Consumer Compliance Update: The Regulator Perspective
The consumer financial services regulatory world continues to change with new rules, requirements, guidance and enforcement orders issued on an ongoing basis. Hear directly from the federal regulators who work on consumer financial services regulatory matters daily. Bring your questions.
How to Manage Regulatory Change in an Uncertain Environment
Community banks face an overwhelming influx of regulatory changes and those charged with managing compliance for their bank regularly struggle with how to efficiently monitor regulations, assess the effects of those regulations and make any changes necessary to keep their bank compliant. This session will present methods and best practices for managing and operationalizing these changes and introduce the concept of a regulatory library.
Lessons from the Largest Reported Breaches in History
Hear a first-person account from an attorney who was retained by two companies after they experienced the then-largest data breaches in United States’ history. See what lessons were learned and how they apply to community banks.
Regulator Perspectives on Farm Loans
Representatives of several banking agencies discuss the agriculture landscape and how they are assessing farm loans during bank examinations. Get the latest perspectives that your bank needs for its next bank exam and learn how to put best practices to work.
Senior representatives from several banking regulators bring you up-to-date on the latest issues concerning bank regulation and supervision, including capital requirements under Basel III, credit quality, stress testing and liquidity management, source of strength requirements for holding companies, CRE concentrations, transactions with affiliates, managing third-party relationships and more.
Tales From the Trenches: BSA/AML Independent Audit Lessons
Hear a first-person account of why hiring consultants and conducting independent BSA/AML/sanctions reviews and testing are not “get out of jail free” cards. Learn how to teach your staff to identify activities before they lead to BSA program failures and how to communicate those issues to senior management for resolution.