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Seminar: Annual Current Issues/Certification Conference (SEAC12020)

Date(s):
September 21 — 24, 2020
Venue:
Embassy Suites - Bloomington
2800 American Boulevard West
Bloomington, MN 55431-1205 
Description:

IMPORTANT: When registering, select under "Event Fees" the number of days you will attend. Under "Sessions" check the specific day(s) you will attend.

Unable to attend this Annual Current Issues Certifications Conference in Minneapolis? Attend the conference in San Antonio, TX from Oct. 19-22.

Day One—Auditing Issues

An effective audit program is critical to a bank’s success. Today’s audit infrastructure is established through active identification of risk, comprehensive audit/monitoring operations, essential reporting, and appropriate resolution. Topics include:

  • Top Ten Things Auditors Can do to Uncover Internal Fraud
  • How to Make Your ERM Process Forward Looking
  • Auditing for ALCO - Reviewing the Key Assumptions
  • Auditing Indirect Lending - Understanding the Risks
  • New Product or New Service Risk Assessments
  • Employee Account Monitoring
  • Audit Issues for Marijuana Related Businesses, CBD and Hemp Production
  • CECL Update and Approaches for Banks Without Third Party Vendors

Day Two—Lending & Deposit Compliance Issues

Numerous factors dictate the nature and complexity of a bank’s lending compliance efforts. To ensure a strong lending compliance posture, community banks must stay ahead of the industry’s current issues. Topics include:

  • Enforcement Actions from the past year and lessons learned
  • Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule Making, Proposed Rules, Interim Final Rules, and Final Rules from the past year, including Pre-paid Accounts, Payday Lending, Private Flood Insurance, CRA, HMDA, Reg CC and more
  • Update on Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (s.2155)
  • Fair Lending Testing & Exception Tracking
  • Regulation E: “Back to Basics”

Day Three—BSA/AML Issues

Product innovations, payments evolution, and institution growth are impacting both deposit compliance practices and BSA/AML efforts. The highly competitive environment is putting pressure on banks and leaving little room for error in both areas. Topics include:

  • SAR filings
  • New payment technologies
  • Navigating government guidance to avoid examination miscues

Day Four – Fraud & Physical Security Issues

Social engineering techniques, reviewing how criminals obtain information on your customers, physical security, card fraud and more. Topics include:

  • Trending Fraud
  • 15 Errors to Avoid When Conducting Internal Investigations
  • Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED), proper security for Pod Branches and interactive teller machines
  • Active shooter warning signs and behaviors often displayed before an attack
  • Overview of card fraud in 2018-2019
  • After EMV: What Really Happened
  • Consumer behavior highlights and challenges in the digital space
  • Recommendations for a Layered Approach to Fraud Mitigation

Start Time: 8:00 am, day one
End Time: 4:00 pm, day four

Who Should Attend: Community bank internal auditors, external auditors, compliance officers, bank security officers, BSA officers, IT officers, risk managers, legal counsel, and operations managers.

Attendees will earn 8.0 CPE credits per day.

Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: No previous experience and training necessary.
Delivery Method: Group-Live
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Registration Rates 4-Day Conference 3-Day Conference 2-Day Conference 1-Day Conference
ICBA Members $1,345
$995
$695 $395
Nonmembers $1,895 $1,295 $895 $495
Nonbankers $2,245 $1,495 $995 $595

Hotel Information: Embassy Suites by Hilton Bloomington Minneapolis
Room Rate: $165
Cutoff Date: 8/30/2020
Phone Reservations: Call 952-884-4811 or 1-800-Embassy. Ask for Group: ICBA: Annual Current Issues Certification Conference

The group rate of $165 is available until 8/30/2020 or when the block of rooms for ICBA are filled, whichever comes first, so make your reservations now! The room rate cannot be guaranteed once the ICBA block is filled.

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