ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference

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As the cost of compliance continues to grow, managers must find effective and efficient ways to develop and implement compliance policies and procedures across all business lines. Your compliance-related product or service will point bankers in the right direction.Every year, the conference grows more popular, as bankers seek hands-on knowledge and know-how for effectively managing regulatory risk. Covering late breaking news, the full breadth and depth of critical compliance concerns as well as current exam issues, the 2013 conference had almost 1,600 attendees. The nation's leading compliance risk experts, key regulatory officials, leading attorneys, and consultants, provide state-of-the-art expertise on new and better integrated ways to help bankers assess and mitigate compliance risk as well as leveraging resources to improve exam performance.
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Who Attends Senior Compliance Officers / Managers CRA Officers Internal and External Auditors Legal Counsel (internal and external) Auditors Federal and State Regulatory Officials Compliance Service Providers Bank Senior Management CRCMs ?
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The exhibit hall is growing every year, but space always fills up fast! This meeting is for you if you offer solutions to banker concerns in any compliance-related area including: Anti-money laundering / terrorist financing ? deterrence and detection Compliance risk management Privacy Information security CRA, HMDA and Fair Lending Compliance automation auditing and monitoring Fraud detection and deterrence The role of compliance in the bank's overall enterprise risk management activities Regulatory reporting systems / exam management Books, newsletters and briefing on compliance industry issues Innovative product delivery systems Compliance Training Resources E-commerce and online banking compliance Deposit operations compliance RESPA HR Compliance Third party/vendor due diligence ?

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