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(Webinar) Ask a Former FDIC Special Agent – What Regulatory Issues Matter Most in 2022?

Ask a Former FDIC Special Agent - What Regulatory Issues Matter Most in 2022?

The compliance department acts as your institution’s internal police force. Some days, the job feels less like banking and more like mission impossible.

Did you know that 4,500 rules are published every year? That’s approximately 12 rules a day!

This number is enough to make even the most cool-headed compliance officer feel overwhelmed, and that’s before you factor in updates to existing regulations (plus all of the department’s other responsibilities).

So, how do you decide where to focus your attention without getting into regulatory hot water? Why not ask a former FDIC Senior Special Agent and one of the nation’s leading regulatory and privacy experts? Join us for a deep dive into the world of bank regulation & compliance and learn what it really means to be prepared.

Key Takeaways:

Tales from the Trenches: Learn about some of the most notable cases our experts have worked on. Then, leverage their insight and experience to navigate the complex regulatory landscape more efficiently.

What to Expect in 2022: Hear what the banking sector can expect in 2022 concerning regulatory scrutiny, enforcement, and new rules.

How Technology Can Help You Keep Track of Regulatory Activity: Explore next-generation technology solutions that savvy compliance departments use to keep up with the never-ending onslaught of new regulations and regulatory updates and the immense benefits these tools provide.

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Event Details:

Date: Thursday, February 17th, 2022
Time: 2 PM Eastern
Our Speakers:

Esteban Santana – Director of Financial Services Industry @Regology

Esteban Santana - Former FDIC Senior Special Agent
Esteban is a former Senior Special Agent with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Office of Investigations. He was responsible for investigating bank fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, money laundering, and other investigations affecting the stability of the United States financial system.

Esteban worked closely with state and federal regulators, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Reserve Bank Office of Investigations, and other federal and state agencies. In addition to having a Master’s of Science degree and being a Certified Fraud Examiner, Esteban is also a graduate of the Southeastern School of Banking, a two-year program conducted by the Tennessee Bankers Association that covers general banking procedures and practices.

Cynthia Boehmer JD, CIPM – Strategic Management Services Manager @Wolf & Company

Cynthia has been with Wolf & Co for over 8 years working with clients on regulatory compliance and privacy issues. She assists financial institutions with performing regulatory compliance and privacy risk assessments.

Cynthia also consults with various organizations with the development of privacy programs that comply with changing privacy laws, including the development of policies and procedures, training programs, and disclosures. Cynthia has a master’s degree in public policy and a law degree from Catholic University of America. She is also a certified information privacy manager.