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Tune in for CSI’s Compliance Update. This webinar is your ultimate resource for actionable insight to keep your institution compliant now—and prepared for the future. You’ll hear from Keith Monson, CSI’s chief risk officer.
Keith Monson, Chief Risk Officer, CSI
Today's strategies will not help you win tomorrow's empowered, demanding consumers. Your customers crave personalized, tailored experiences; and digital technology is at the heart of their demand. Is your institution prepared to help customers achieve the outcomes they desire?
Alyson Clarke, Principal Analyst, Forrester
Steve DuPerrieu, Vice President of Channels and Analytics, CSI
Watch our Quarterly Compliance Update webinar for an executive summary of FinCEN’s final rule. We’ll explain how the final rule, under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), will affect your financial institution. Translation: You’ll need to make some changes, including adjustments to your customer due diligence and risk-rating practices, in order to be compliant with the new rule by May 11, 2018.
Ryan Rasske, Senior Vice President of Risk and Compliance, American Bankers Association (ABA)
Learn what your institution needs to remain secure and compliant in 2017 and beyond. Watch this in depth webinar to learn about the raising standards expected from cybersecurity professionals, auditors and regulators.
Tyler Leet, Director of Risk and Compliance Services
Steve Sanders, Vice President of Internal Audit
Zaid Akhter, Regional Vice President, Sales
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act’s (HMDA) Final Rule goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2018, and very few parts of the existing rules will remain unchanged. Watch this Quarterly Compliance Update webinar with Keith Monson, CSI’s chief risk officer, to gain the insight you need on the revised HMDA requirements and make sure your institution is prepared.
Keith Monson, Chief Risk Officer