TCA Compliance Experts to Teach Five-day Course for Illinois Bankers Association’s Regulatory Compliance School

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Chicago-based TCA Compliance experts will deliver a five-day course for the Illinois Bankers Association’s (IBA) Regulatory Compliance School April 12-16, 2021.

The Regulatory Compliance Spring Series 2021 will be held virtually.

The IBA classes will address the complex regulatory requirements for consumer lending, consumer deposits, and BSA/AML compliance.

The content is geared to new compliance officers looking to build skills and those with industry experience who want to refresh their knowledge.

“Programs like this one help to keep bankers informed and allow them to learn from missteps in the industry,” comments Brian Crow, CAMS, TCA Compliance’s Managing Partner/Co-President.

CREDIT COMPLIANCE
TCA’s Michelle Strickland, CRCM, Managing Partner/Co-President, and Monique Reyna, CRCM, Compliance Consultant, will present three days of credit compliance education.

“Lending to consumers is always a risky business. Balancing consumers’ needs and requests and staying compliant with the various consumer regulations can be challenging,” says Strickland. “This lending section will provide clarification of the regulations and common-sense solutions for keeping your compliance program on track.”

Attendees will better understand consumer lending compliance regulations and assessment methods and know how to effectively audit, train, and manage a bank’s compliance lending risk.

DEPOSIT COMPLIANCE
Consumer deposit products, services, and delivery methods have changed dramatically because of the Dodd-Frank Act, and regulatory amendments and new interpretations have created a more complex deposit compliance environment.

Using real-world examples and his own experience, Crow will discuss critical deposit account rules and the implications of UDAAP and the subjectivity of enforcement. Compliance officers and personal bankers will be prepared to identify solutions in deposit account front-line sales and operations areas.

BSA/AML COMPLIANCE & REGULATORS' FORUM
Crow’s BSA/AML section will examine legal and regulatory requirements in areas that affect customer relationships throughout the bank.

He will focus on recent changes, evolving BSA/AML developments, and the importance of establishing comprehensive bank-wide programs.

During the Regulators’ Forum, attendees will have a chance to ask questions and learn about current challenges, trends, and findings.

The Regulatory Compliance Series has been approved for 8 CAFP and 40 CRCM credits.

To learn more and register for the series, see https://www.ilbanker.com/Portals/1/education/Regulatory_Comp_Series.pdf

For additional information about the individual sessions, contact:
Brian Crow
800-934-REGS
b_crow@tcaregs.com

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