April 3-5, 2019 - The Florida Hotel, Orlando, Florida
This seminar has been applied for 20 CRCM continuing education credits from the ICB.
Primary Speaker: Kristen Stogniew, Shareholder, Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund
After 33 years, this flagship compliance program continues to shine the spotlight on not just the application and enforcement of new rule changes, but also on practical, meaningful solutions. This year again identifies a number of ongoing, current and pending changes. Each day will begin with a general session followed on Wednesday and Thursday by a series of breakout sessions with detailed discussions of many timely, emerging issues including various consumer lending and deposit/operations critical issues, risk-management, audit, and “impact points” to help manage and measure performance.
Best of all, this program offers a valuable opportunity for peer exchange not found at national conferences and on-line presentations. For those who attend every year, and others who have only recently discovered the benefits of bringing a friend, this program offers shared peer experiences, while applying “lessons learned” from instructors. This has contributed to the continued “value-added” success of the program, making the “take-away” benefits invaluable.
For a third of a century, this educational compliance event has met and exceeded the expectations of Florida bankers in helping meet their regulatory challenges. This year’s line-up will take a closer look at a variety of pertinent and timely issues and topics. So regardless of how you manage compliance risk and keep up with the changes, there is no better place to be than this 33rd Annual Consumer Compliance Seminar.
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