Lessons Learned – Recent Deposit Compliance Enforcement Actions and Common Violations
April 14, 2023REGISTER NOW
The actions required to cure the problems in one institution, are the same steps another institution can take to avoid those problems entirely.
Designed to help you avoid the pitfalls other financial institutions have already fallen into, this two-hour webinar dives into recent enforcement actions, the steps required in response to those actions, and the penalties or costs imposed on the financial institution.
Streaming live April 14th, you’ll come away from this session with a clear understanding of recent enforcement actions, common violations, and potential errors related to…
- Electronic Funds Transfer
- Unfair, deceptive, and abusive banking practices
- The Bank Secrecy Act
- Overdraft Practices
- Other topics and trends that arise through new enforcement actions
Every month federal financial institution regulatory agencies publish lists of enforcement actions taken against financial institutions. Because each enforcement action tells a story of a failure to comply and defines the necessary actions to remedy the situation, every enforcement action is a lesson to be learned by other financial institutions. Join us April 14th as we take an in-depth look at recent enforcement actions, outline how to avoid other institution’s mistakes, and circumvent commonly cited issues.
TOP REASONS TO ATTEND:
- Avoid costly penalties associated with enforcement actions
- Discover the most commonly cited problem areas in other financial institutions and find out how to steer clear of the same traps
- Learn how self-detection and prompt corrective measures can result in less severe penalties
- Identify trends in recent enforcement actions and what regulators seem to be paying special attention to
- Find out how specific policies, procedures, and training can ensure similar problems don’t occur in your institution
In addition to compliance officers, auditors, and management, this program is designed for those with responsibilities in deposit operations, including opening, maintaining, and servicing deposit related accounts and products.
Register by December 30th and take advantage of our Early Bird Pricing!
All webinar registrations include a recording of the session that can be reviewed as needed.
Lessons Learned – Recent Deposit Compliance Enforcement Actions has been submitted to ABA Professional Certifications for CE credit review and is pending approval. Once we receive notification of the credit approval, we will notify attendees.
Rebekah F Leonard, CRCM is the Director of Compliance for a $6 Billion community bank in Montana, as well as the owner of Elucidate, LLC, a compliance training company based in Miles City, Montana. Rebekah has been in the finance and banking industry since 1995, beginning in private-lending before settling into banking, where she’s covered nearly all of it – from customer service and teller work, to loan processing and review, to security & business continuity, to ultimately overseeing CRA, BSA and all aspects of compliance as a senior leader. She has successfully navigated numerous FDIC Compliance, CRA, and BSA Exams. Rebekah has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University (Magna cum Laude), attended the American Bankers Association National Compliance School in 2003, and has held her Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager designation since 2006. She actually likes compliance (really!) and enjoys sharing her passion of it with others.
April 14, 2023