Day 3 – ABA RCC

Another day of too much to choose from and deciding where to go. It has been a challenge to pick classes lots of good topics to choose from this year. Focus today seemed to be on the compliance officer and compliance teams in general. Couple of key takeaways from today: Communication There can never be too much outreach and communicating often is necessary. However, communicating with a purpose and the right medium is important. What […]

Day 2 – ABA RCC

Welcome from Orlando and day two of the annual ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference. It was a jammed packed day of listening and learning from boots on the ground peers. My focus today was on a variety of topics; from CRA modernization, Patty Joyner’s take on today’s hybrid work environments, UDAAP, and the evolution of risk framework. It was hard to choose what sessions to attend. There were so many great topics to choose from. However, […]

Day 1 – ABA RCC

Welcome from Orlando and the 2022 ABA Compliance Conference. It was a great first day of sessions.  All the sessions I attended today were informative and the speakers insightful. I wanted to take time to focus on the three key things I took away from the “Fair Banking/Fair Lending: Preparing for the 1071 Implementation” panel. The panel for this session included a great group: Kitty Ryan, Britt Faircloth, and Maureen Carollo.   Do not expect […]


It’s that time of the year. The ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference (RCC) takes place on June 21 – 24 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando. It is live, but most sessions are recorded and will be available after the RCC concludes. The ABA is offering an interesting line-up. There is strong emphasis on technology and its impact on compliance, CRA, and Section 1071 implementation. Following are a few topics, listed by day that caught my eye, […]


If you will recall from my recap of Day 1, I’m not typically an early riser.  My day started as early as the conference would allow me with a Power Hour session provided by Treliant.  The speakers for “Seven Steps to Avoid Redlining” were Carl Pry and Susanna Tisa.  This session had a lovely continental breakfast provided, and lots of really informative discussion about…you guessed it, avoiding redlining!  I think my favorite takeaway from this […]