ABA has posted the preliminary program for its Regulatory Compliance Conference, to be held June 12-15 in San Diego. With more than 50 unique sessions, RCC is ABA’s best-attended conference and is designed to give compliance officers the tools they need to keep up with evolving regulatory expectations.
Hot session topics will include the CFPB’s final servicing rule, continuing TRID implementation issues, M&A due diligence, overdraft compliance, military lending changes and lines of defense for community bankers.
The advance program — subject to change — will also cover the compliance lifecycle, fair lending, debt collection, marketing compliance, legal risk, e-lending, threat finance, compliance management systems, flood insurance, elder abuse, RESPA Section 8, AML/fraud risk, credible challenges, control testing and monitoring, HMDA changes, credit reporting, transitioning to CFPB supervision and model validation for smaller banks.
The conference will also feature meet-the-regulator sessions, peer group exchanges and four “deep dive” sessions on topics of special focus. Offered separately are pre-conference workshops on fair lending and third-party risk. Attendees must register by April 1 to receive early bird discounts.
View the program.