The Future of Banking & Regulatory Impact in North America, What to Expect.

Presented by

Aoife Sheridan, Lisan Hannah, Edel Brophy, Ned Kulakowski, James Dooley

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Regulatory change management has been a constant requirement for many North American financial institutions over the last few years. And it doesn’t look like it’s abating. Rules around financial crime will continue to be a focus given the Anti-Money Laundering Act 2020, as the recent FinCEN leaks call into question the ‘effectiveness’ of financial crime and compliance programs. Meanwhile, data privacy rules across different States are set to mushroom, while new rules around sustainable finance are expected to jump up the regulatory and board agendas in the coming years. Join us as we map out what the Regulatory Roadmap will look like over the next three years –and explore what North American financial institutions need to do to beef up their compliance processes and procedures. In this webinar, we’ll examine: - The 3-year regulatory roadmap of financial crime and compliance rules - AML / KYC Financial Crime Compliance - US Data Privacy Rules - Sustainable Finance

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