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Compliance Update: How Recent Changes to Sanctions on Iran Affect Regulatory Compliance

  • by Douglas N. Jacobson
  • Jan 27, 2016

Recently, historic actions were taken by the U.S. to lift nuclear-related sanctions on Iran under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The agreement provides for the lifting of certain nuclear-related sanctions that were imposed on Iran in exchange for Iran's agreement to limit the development of its nuclear program.

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Institutions Most Fear Mortgage Compliance—and These 4 Regulatory Areas

  • by Keith E. Monson
  • Jan 19, 2016

In November, we conducted our annual Banking Priorities Survey to help uncover what banking executives across the country foresee as defining factors for the financial industry in 2016. Of the 11 questions answered by respondents, the one regarding top compliance concerns garnered some of the most compelling results.

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Survey Says? Mortgage Compliance Tops Executives' 2016 Worries

  • by Keith Monson
  • Jan 12, 2016

Last year placed significant compliance demands on financial institutions, and the bank C-suite appears to be poised for a 2016 that’s no less challenging.

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Compete with the Big Dogs Using Customer Experience

  • by Jason Young
  • Jan 06, 2016

In today’s banking landscape, consumers have more power than ever. Your customers and prospects have several choices about how they want to bank—online, in the branch, on their mobile devices—and traditional industry boundaries are fading.

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What's to Become of Bank Technology in 2016?

  • by Steve DuPerrieu
  • Dec 14, 2015

With 2015 drawing to a close, while bankers are wrapping up year-end projects, they are also planning for 2016 and beyond, making a list of strategic items to accomplish in the year ahead. It’s fitting, then, that we pause to reflect on the ways in which technology has evolved recently—and what’s to become of bank technology in 2016.

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Is GRC the Answer for 2016?

  • by Joe Wheeler
  • Dec 09, 2015

As the calendar year winds down, many in our industry wonder what 2016 will bring. Specific challenges for financial institutions will persist, like obstacles to their growth objectives, the continued barrage of regulatory updates, and the ever-growing possibility of enforcement actions. Fortunately, there’s an approach that is gaining steam and proving advantageous to the institutions utilizing it: Governance, Risk Management and Compliance, or GRC.

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How to Keep Mobile Payments Secure During the Season of Spending

  • by Matt Herren
  • Nov 24, 2015

It’s that time of year again—holiday shopping is ramping up, and so are risks for fraud and security breaches. And with more and more consumers using their mobile phones to make purchases this holiday season, keeping your customers’ personal data safe should be on your radar.


Why it’s Time to Adopt an Omnichannel Strategy at Your Bank

  • by Shane Ferrell
  • Nov 19, 2015

Internet banking, mobile apps and PFM are no longer cutting edge—they’re checkboxes on a list of customer “must haves” for your bank. So, how does your bank keep up with customers’ evolving digital demands and still stay competitive with big box banks?

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Get Ready to Implement HMDA with These 5 Tips

  • by Amber Goodrich
  • Nov 06, 2015

After anxiously waiting for more than a year, bank compliance officers are now busy digesting the CFPB’s final rule on the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). But there’s no audible sigh of relief as they read this 797-page rule and translate its impact for their boards and senior management.

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Take Customer Relationships to the Next Level with Core-Integrated CRM

  • by Shanda Purcell
  • Nov 04, 2015

Today, bank customers want both the technology and the services offered by big box banks—plus the personal relationships offered by smaller ones. This challenges community banks to transform the way they do business.