Following a drop in a year that saw passage of a major regulatory reform law, U.S. financial institutions’ anxiety levels over compliance obligations rebounded in 2019, according to a survey released today by Wolters Kluwer.
Many initial concerns have subsided as regulators become more social media-aware, banks gain maturity in managing social media programs and automated tools provide an essential layer of governance.
The risks are real, but trepidation about digital compliance and etiquette shouldn’t keep banks on the sidelines. Social media can present limitless moments for connection and engagement with a brand.
How you handle a regulatory mailing can reveal quite a lot about your organization. Consider these thoughts when you’re facing your next compliance communications challenge.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council updated its Flood Disaster Protection Act examination manual to reflect changes resulting from the new private flood rule, which went into effect on July 1, 2019.
A recent lawsuit against Facebook was just the latest wrinkle in the challenge of digital marketing compliance, an area that poses challenges to bankers because of its rapid change, its relative newness and a variety of regulatory implications—challenges that are usually outweighed by the benefits of digital marketing.
The Federal Reserve and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today finalized changes to Regulation CC (the Expedited Funds Availability Act) to adopt a method for making inflationary adjustments to the dollar amounts in Regulation CC every five years pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Act.