January 29, 2019, May 7, 2019, August 7, 2019 and November 5, 2019
Registration for all four sessions is $1,250 for CBAO members.
Our forum sessions are valuable training and group discussion of new and proposed legislation and areas of regulatory focus. Each interactive session will provide a forum for you to voice your questions and concerns, poll the group on their practices and experiences and allow you to network with your compliance counterparts. Better yet, we will be inviting the regulators to join our last forum of the year to share their insights on emerging risks, exam concerns and areas of supervisory focus.
Your registration fee covers your participation in the forum, including breakfast and lunch, as well as all materials provided for the event. You will receive a handbook at each forum, comprised of PowerPoint slides, narratives, tools and reference materials related to the topics covered. You will also receive all materials and tools electronically upon completion of each forum.
January Topics Include:
- Pending Legislation
- Cryptocurrency and CDD: What Do You to Need Ask?
- Banking It or Not: How to Frame Your Marijuana Banking Risk Assessment & Policy
- Telling Your CRA Story: Analyzing Your Position BEFORE Your Exam
Meet the Compliance Forum Facilitators:
Angela Lucas is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Sterling Compliance, LLC, an independent compliance and risk management consulting firm based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Prior to launching Sterling Compliance, Angela was an examiner with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, specializing in consumer compliance and commercial credit. Several years and examinations later, Angela expanded her skill set within the Investment Advisory Monitoring and Testing Group at Federated Investors, Inc., focusing on compliance testing and advisory services as a critical link between trading floor portfolio managers and the compliance function.
Lisa began her career as a Loan Review Specialist at a multi-bank holding company in Northwestern PA, after graduating from Youngstown State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance in 1991. In 2000 she accepted a position with a community bank in northwestern PA to help develop a more formalized commercial credit culture. As Vice President and Director of Credit Administration, she managed a team of credit analysts, loan operations and collections.
If you are having issues with registering online, please contact CBAO's Education & Training Coordinator, Lianne Simeone , (614) 610-1877.