The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and other Dodd-Frank-related regulatory changes continue to stretch financial institutions’ ability to monitor operational activities and implement new requirements. Financial institutions need to understand the impact of these changes and apply streamlined compliance monitoring and implementation approaches.
During this webinar, we'll highlight key regulatory trends and provide pragmatic insights into leading risk and compliance management practices. After participating in this webinar, you'll be able to:
• Describe the requirements of recent Regulation E changes and other recent Dodd-Frank rulemaking initiatives
• Prepare for a CFPB examination and identify actions that improve consumer complaint processes and minimize the risks of Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)
• List key examination trends
• Compare your compliance efforts to leading compliance programs and related practices
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and other regulatory agencies are now fully implementing the rules and oversight authority granted to them under the Dodd-Frank Act. Financial institutions need to understand these changes in order to enhance their compliance and risk management systems to meet these increased regulator expectations.
During this webinar, we'll highlight key regulatory trends and provide pragmatic insights into leading risk and compliance management practices.
After participating in this webinar, you'll be able to:
•Articulate the key objectives of a compliance management systems (CMS) as defined by the CFPB
•Describe and implement the CFPB’s “three lines of defense.”
•Identify emerging examination trends and pressures
•Identify requirements for model governance and current regulator expectations and leading practices related to model validation
1 CPE Credit
This is an intermediate-level, group-Internet based Webcast event; as directed by NASBA*, experience in management required. There is no advanced preparation required for this event in the Management Advisory Services field of study.
For global financial institutions, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with market changes, regulatory changes, security concerns, and technology advancements. But the right big data discovery solution lets you quickly extract insights—and enables everyone across your organization to dig deep into your big data to stay ahead of market and compliance requirements. What’s more, you can view the insights directly in Platfora or export your findings into any BI tool you prefer.
Join this webinar to see how Big Data Discovery helps detect and monitor these top challenges:
• Anti-money laundering
• Financial liquidity monitoring
• Sector equity within retail wealth management
As Financial Institutions adapt to the digital world, and the digital consumer, data and analytics are becoming increasingly important in their fight to provide customer support, offerings, accuracy and services and optimize their processes.
But the challenges of a bank or large financial institution can be very different to the average companies. From restrictive compliance, ever-changing regulations, huge branch networks, massive amounts of employees and mind-boggling amount of customers and financial data - any data and analytics task can be truly intimidating.
So how are modern financial institutions coping and adapting to the data oriented world, and what are the tools that are helping them?
Find out in this panel discussion featuring:
David Daniel, VP, Banc Intranets
Jim Callan, CEO, Econiq
James McHale, GM of Analytics, Baker Hill
And more as they discuss the realities of large financial institutions data difficulties, and how they're overcoming these challenges.
Financial institutions are constantly adapting to the needs of their customers and identifying new and innovative ways to streamline internal processes, while also improving how their employees work on a day-to-day basis.
But, the challenge of operating within an aggressively competitive financial services environment has forced both large and small institutions to cut back on spending and decide what’s necessary vs what isn’t. From the number of brick and mortar branches to the sheer number of employees a bank is able to hire, bank executives are forced to make tough decisions in order to maintain stable profit margins.
So how are modern financial institutions coping and adapting to this highly competitive environment? Largely, bank leaders are utilizing new technologies such as electronic form creation and submission, analytics and ticket systems as a way to streamline internal processes and reduce waste. But this begs the question, how does one identify the best available technology at the right price point?
Find out more in this panel discussion featuring:
David Daniel, VP, Banc Intranets
Financial institutions are constantly seeking to better serve their customers and maintain a competitive edge through new technology innovations and digital transformation initiatives, yet they often fall behind on delivering these new innovations into production.
Network and security operations teams are often hampered by manual, slow and error-prone security policy change management processes, and the ever-increasing demands of industry regulations.
Geared towards the specific challenges of financial institutions, this webinar will provide technical best practices for managing network security policy changes while reducing risk and enforcing compliance and will cover:
•Key industry metrics that compare security environments in and outside the finance industry.
•Network security and management challenges
•How to overcome security management complexity with automation
•How to address the ever-increasing demands of financial industry regulations
With the rise of cloud adoptions and ease of access to business and learning applications, higher education institutions are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain data integrity, authentication, and security for its students and faculty.
Join Symantec’s Frank Torrence, to discuss industry best practices for higher education to leverage Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) and Data Loss Prevention(DLP) capabilities to provide auditing, reporting, and security for applications data wherever it resides.
In this webcast you will learn how to:
- Ensure secure cloud application and data access for students, teachers and faculty
- Secure your network from the cloud to the ”ground”
- Maintaining data integrity and security without sacrificing access
- Provide an environment that allows freedom and ease of use for all connected users.
Penns Woods Bancorp, Inc. is the bank holding company for Jersey Shore State Bank (JSSB) and Luzerne Bank (LUZ). As a growing financial institution, they understand they are in the pool of prime targets for cyberattacks. Watch this video to hear why Mark Beatty, CIO & Security Officer at Penns Woods Bancorp, relies upon Alert Logic to detect intrusions and thwart breaches.
Tune in to this webcast to learn how educational institutions can simplify IT, improve security, and empower your mobile workforce.
Create a dynamic and diverse institution that gives educators the tools to inspire students to consume and create knowledge
EMS Defined (Microsoft’s Answer to Security)
Microsoft Identity Management
How to secure the Enterprise in Education using EMS
Leveraging EMS for Education Industry
This first white paper of the new series discusses the value of predictive analytics for the financial industry and answers the
question why this is the right time to start with predictive analytics and how to empower entire organisations to use it.
As mobile technology evolves and everything around us – not just our mobile devices– is becoming connected we are
entering a new era of connected experiences. The customer journey in the financial industry is completely digitized. This
exponentially increases the number of interactions between a financial service company and its customers.
Customers expect banks to understand their context and the challenge for financial industry is to be relevant at all these interactions.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
-How predictive analytics will lead to vast improvements of existing static business rules and achieve progress like reducing cost, increasing revenues and improving customer experience
-Why Mobey Forum expects that predictive analytics skills will soon be essential for banks to keep their position in the market
against non-banks but also other banks that will be using predictive analytics as a competitive weapon
-Why we should not just focus on a "rear view mirror" approach, but also identify and address questions concerned with the future
-Areas of application for predictive analytics in financial institutions
-Case studies of card-linked offers, next best action, pricing, claim handling, risk assessment
- RSA 2016 -
BrightTALK spoke with IMMUNIO's Mike Milner on the cyber skills shortage, how to defend rapidly-digitalizing financial institutions and what the world can be optimistic about for the next few years in cyberspace.
Demanding customers and stiff competition are increasing the necessity for banks and credit unions to have more reliable network connectivity but traditional branch WAN networks cannot assure predictable application performance or reduce high bandwidth costs. Further, security and compliance requirements make branch network redundancies and safeguards crucial.
Join this webinar as field experts share their perspective on how to deliver modern, secure, enterprise-grade branch WANs for financial institutions by using ordinary broadband Internet links.
Learn how to:
•Simplify deployment and management of bank branches
•Save thousands of dollars in bandwidth costs without compromising security
•Assure application performance over all types of links (MPLS, Internet, LTE)