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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

ABA Telephone Briefing: Managing 2013 Compliance Priorities

ABA will host a live, two-hour telephone briefing presented by members of the ABA’s Government Relations Group on January 24, from 2-4 p.m., to provide insights on how recent regulatory developments impact what you should prepare for when managing your compliance risk and examination challenges in 2013.

The panel of ABA experts will provide you with a look-ahead to what you might expect from the regulatory agencies and Congress over the coming year as only ABA can. Learn what you can do to adapt to a changing regulatory landscape. This two-hour program is not a regulation training session, but rather a management process update intended to help you stay ahead of the evolving compliance oversight curve. Check your “To Do List” against our suggestions about what to prepare for in 2013!

Issues to be addressed include:
  • BSA/AML still matters—and expectations are expanding
  • Flood Insurance Reform—a floating target
  • Furnishing accurate customer information
  • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and beyond
  • Fair lending – staying vigilant
  • Remittance Rule—on again, off again, on again
  • Inventory your mortgage compliance challenges
  • Third-party management risk and due diligence expectations
  • Consumer complaints—and other sources of feedback
  • Overdraft services—anticipating regulatory prospects
  • Add-on products: add-on risk
  • Telephone Consumer Protection Act—marketing, communicating and mobility
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