Kat Sanchez
Feb 11, 2021

The new administration will focus more on consumer advocacy and protection, making it a good time for financial institutions to reevaluate their adherence to fair and unbiased practices.

Legal, finance and HR departments have long-standing, well-defined roles within organizations.

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In recent weeks, regulators have reprimanded leading investment banks for insufficient money laundering controls within their markets and broker-dealer business.

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As a Blue Wave crashes on the shores of Congress and Democrats assert control of the House of Representatives, there’s reason to believe a Green Wave may soon follow.

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You’ve no doubt noticed those privacy updates flooding your inbox and popping up all over the internet as companies announce their intentions to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), implemented in the European Union in mid-2018.

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Change is never easy, but sometimes it’s heralded by a welcome event.

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There is no “easy button” for dispatching with CECL.

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Flashback to 1994 and Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco quarterback Steve Young, playing in his first NFL championship after stepping out from the imposing shadow of Joe Montana, threw for 325 and six touchdowns against an outclassed San Diego Chargers defense.

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Radical changes in data privacy and sharing are happening in Europe and the U.

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Banking organizations have come a long, long way since the financial crisis of 2008.

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Compliance costs don’t merely add up, they pile up—and represent one of the unruliest expenses in the financial services sector.

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