Compliance Webinar by the Federal Reserve System

21 Nov
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Federal Reserve System is hosting a webcast on Consumer Compliance Hot Topics – 2011 Year in Review/2012 Year in the Making.  This “Outlook Live” Webinar will take place Thursday, December 15, 2011 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern time. 

This webinar is part of an ongoing series focused specifically on consumer compliance issues.  To register for the FREE webinar, please visit the Outlook Live website at http://www.philadelphiafed.org/bank-resources/publications/consumer-compliance-outlook/outlook-live/

 Compliance professionals are faced with an increasingly difficult job of keeping pace with today’s fast changing regulatory environment.   In addition to implementing a host of new rules and regulations, compliance professionals must also focus on emerging risks in the industry and adjust the way they look at compliance – i.e., from a technical perspective to one that focuses on the impact of their bank’s products and services on consumers.    With these considerations in mind, senior Federal Reserve staff will highlight a number of recent regulatory changes, discuss a number of current hot topics in the industry, and provide a glimpse of the regulatory changes that can be expected in the future.                                                                                                         

The “Outlook Live” Audio Conference is a Federal Reserve System initiative produced in conjunction with the quarterly newsletter Consumer Compliance Outlook

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