Increasing regulatory attention to payments, mortgage disclosures and compliance governance will bring shifts in focus for compliance officers — and will top the agenda at the ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference, June 14-17 in Washington, D.C.
The recently announced advance program — subject to change — will also cover the soon-to-take-effect TILA/RESPA rule, big data, SCRA compliance, UDAAP governance, implications of .bank, mortgage servicing, complaint management, liability risk, consumer compliance, fair lending, e-signatures, privacy, flood insurance, elder financial abuse, overdraft protection and data analytics, among many others.
The perennially popular conference will also feature meet-the-regulator sessions, peer group exchanges and four “deep dive” sessions on topics of special focus. It offers compliance officers, bank counsel, bank auditors and regulatory agency staff access to authoritative information and best practices on compliance issues. Attendees must register by March 27 to receive early-bird discounts.
View the advance program.