Banks always face new regulations, so they should employ regtech solutions that are able to integrate seamlessly with other technologies.
As regulatory pressures continue to mount, financial institutions are looking to their frontline staff to act effectively as their first line of defense when it comes to ensuring that the bank is acting in a compliant way with customers and discovering potential problems or bad actors in their own day-to-day operations.
An increasing number of community bankers are asking themselves whether its worth the hassle – and the risk – to originate mortgages, particularly after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the subsequent promulgation of the qualified mortgage and ability-to-repay rules.
Should a financial institution be held fully responsible for unknowingly supporting terrorist financing when their compliance program is up to date? The answer to this question, which was posted on a LinkedIn anti-money laundering blog, would seem obvious: a robust, proactive compliance program should serve as a shield against civil or criminal enforcement actions.