ABA has posted the preliminary program for its Regulatory Compliance Conference, to be held June 11-14 in Orlando, Fla. With more than 40 unique concurrent session topics, plus high-level general 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.
Session topics – subject to change – will include customer identification and onboarding, key risk indicators, servicing, UDAAP, RESPA, internal audit, redlining, service member lending, HMDA, credit reporting, board issues, midsize bank issues, sales practices, fair lending, elder financial abuse, fraud trends, data mining, website accessibility, root cause analysis, model risk management and more.
This year, RCC will also offer informational “flash” sessions on evolving regulatory changes, including flood insurance, the Military Lending Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, HMDA, debt collection, marijuana-related businesses, prepaid accounts and social media, among other topics.
In addition to keynote talks by former Comptroller of the Currency Gene Ludwig, IBM Watson manager Alistair Rennie and consultant and author Kristy Grant Hart, RCC will also feature meet-the-regulator sessions, peer group exchanges and seven “deep dive” sessions on topics of special focus. Offered separately is a pre-conference workshop on fair and responsible lending. Attendees must register by March 31 to receive early bird discounts.
View the program.