|| CPE Credits: 2
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite:A familiarity of compliance regulations
In today's high-risk environment, it has become increasingly difficult to avoid managing reactive compliance programs. With the onslaught of regulatory requests, remediation of enforcement actions and frequent changes to regulations, it is challenging to develop a strategic view for managing and running a compliance program.
There are many aspects to operating a compliance program beyond dealing with the regulations including cost management, resource management and procurement. An institution needs to ensure that it has proper resources to deal with a transformation or remedial action and maintain business as usual processes. Proactive Strategies for Developing and Managing Compliance Programs provides guidance on how to develop a strategic approach to operating an effective and efficient compliance program. This course will help you increase productivity, appease regulators and ultimately reduce costs.
You Will Learn How To:
Become more proactive when developing and managing a compliance program, focusing primarily on AML, OFAC and anti-bribery and corruption statutes
Manage your compliance program more strategically
Assess a regulator’s perspective on running a more proactive compliance program
Evaluate the current approach to compliance in most organizations
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PRESENTERS: Daniel Tannebaum, CFE
RECORDING DATE: July 25, 2013
DURATION: 100 MINUTES
FIELD OF STUDY: Specialized Knowledge and Application
Last Updated: July 2013
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