Virtual 2020 Regulatory Compliance School: Alumni Update
The safety of our members is our top priority. This program will not take place in a virtual setting. Registered individuals will have access to the OnDemand recording through December 18, 2020.
All attendees will receive the full manual, along with access to the OnDemand recording through December 18, 2020.
Complying with federal banking regulations is a demanding, time consuming, and expensive task; therefore, a thorough understanding of the various laws and regulations governing your operations is essential in today’s environment.
The Regulatory Compliance School helps financial institutions meet the compliance challenge by providing intensive training on the various regulatory requirements. Designed for personnel who monitor or manage your institution’s compliance, the Compliance School provides the most effective training available anywhere today. The Compliance School curriculum includes all major federal regulations covered in an on-site compliance examinations by federal regulatory agencies.
The Alumni Update will be conducted by Anetria Connell from ProBank Austin. This special alumni session will only be open to those who have completed either module of the Regulatory Compliance School in the past. Participants will receive an updated version of the manual that was provided to them during Compliance School, and will review the updated manual to discuss recent developments and common problems.
Specific topics will include:
- Regulation Z
- Equal Credit Opportunity Act
- Fair Housing Act
- Unfair, Deceptive, Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)
- Flood Disaster Prevention Act
- Homeowners Protection Act ~ PMI
- Homeownership Counseling, SCRA
Anetria Connell is a Vice President at ProBank Austin. Prior to joining the firm, she served as legal counsel to the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions which regulates depository, non-depository, and securities entities. Her primary responsibility at the Department was the Dodd-Frank Act, whereby she assessed its effect on federal and state law and provided information and training to examiners and staff. In addition to her regulatory experience, Ms. Connell practiced business, real estate, and banking law. She graduated from The George Washington University Law school in 2004 with honors, and is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Kentucky.