Day One – Auditing Issues: An effective audit program is critical to a bank’s success. Today’s audit infrastructure is established through active identification of risk, comprehensive audit/monitoring operations, essential reporting, and appropriate resolution. Day Two – Lending & Deposit Compliance Issues: Numerous factors dictate the nature and complexity of a bank’s lending compliance efforts. To ensure a strong lending compliance posture, community banks must stay ahead of the industry’s current issues. Day Three – BSA/AML Issues: Product innovations, payments evolution, and institution growth are impacting both deposit compliance practices and BSA/AML efforts. The highly competitive environment is putting pressure on banks and leaving little room for error in both areas. Day Four – Fraud & Physical Security Issues: Social engineering techniques, reviewing how criminals obtain information on your customers and more. We will discuss how fraud attacks are effective or ineffective with different generations and steps you can take to protect the bank. We recommend community bank internal auditors, external auditors, compliance officers, bank security officers, BSA officers, IT officers, risk managers, legal counsel and operations managers attend. Attendees will earn 8 CPE credits per day attended. This event is offered 2 times per year.