Hot I.T. Topics for Financial Institutions
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Exodus of Compliance Officers Seen If N.Y. Plan Goes Through
FEB 24, 2016 1:15pm ET
Compliance officers are terrified of a New York State Department of Financial Services proposal that could make them criminally liable for failings in their firm’s anti-money-laundering programs, according to industry representatives.
Call us to explore how KJS consultants might assist you in ensuring full AML compliance!
Is your institution fully prepared to meet the new FFIEC requirements?
In November of 2015, the FFIEC revised its examination guidelines, and added a number of new mandates!
Have you upgraded your I.T. Governance and Risk Processes?
Let KJS & Associates, Inc. review your program and provide a formal GAP Analysis… Our comprehensive checklist will ensure that you meet all of these new requirements.
Brace yourselves for Carbanak 2.0!
A number of security experts are warning of another round of attacks utilizing this very effective weapon.
This new round of attacks is targeted toward a financial institutions business customers as a means of entrée to rob your organization.
KJS & Associates, Inc. can assist you in bolstering your defenses against this year’s most significant threat!
AML Topics…….Do you know?
The five key data concerns of AML oversight?
- Product and Services
- Customer Info
- Regulatory Filings
- Bank Data/History
- That the New York State Department of Financial Services is contemplating regulations that would hold compliance officers personally liable for not providing adequate AML oversight?
- That Federal Regulators are now recommending that financial institutions establish formal de-risking policies and procedures for business accounts and correspondent Banks?