Will Raymer
Oct 23, 2020

Financial institutions need not be perfect to prevent most fraud. Rather than trying to block every shot, they should present a smaller target.

As fast as banks plug the holes in their security dams, criminals are finding alternative ways to take over customer accounts.

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Banks have struggled serving the un- and underbanked for decades.

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As we move into the height of the 2012 presidential election cycle, issues of consumer protection in the financial services industry are front and center on the political agenda, as can be seen in the recent controversy involving the president’s recess appointment of Richard Cordray as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

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Editor’s Note: For an update to the article, read the 2018 article: Today’s best practices for compliance risk assessment.

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When bankers sit down to design new products in this new regulatory era, they should bring their compliance experts in at the start of the conversation rather than at the end.

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Cybercrooks are stealing as much as $1 billion a year from small and mid-sized bank accounts in the United States and Europe, according to Don Jackson, a security expert at Dell SecureWorks.

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When’s the last time you read the terms and conditions for your checking account? If you’re like most Americans, including me, the answer is probably never.

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I’ll admit it: in law school, I thought arbitration was b-o-r-i-n-g.

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With Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation more than 2,300 pages long, it will take some time to understand its full impact on financial institutions.

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