Stepping back and taking stock of regulatory strengths and weaknesses By Karen Epper Hoffman In this compliance-heavy, post-financial crisis world, community banks should step back and take stock of their regulatory strengths and weaknesses. But how to begin and whom to involve? Experts weigh in.
The recent hacks into the official Twitter accounts of Burger King, Jeep and the Associated Press can make any social media manager wonder about the security of his or her own accounts. Yet, just as there is security technology for online banking, email and shopping, there are precautions you can take and guidelines you can […]
Upcoming CFPB mortgage regulatory deadlines prompt quick technology planning and adjustments By Elizabeth Judd The hefty series of mortgage lending regulations issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is presenting some daunting challenges for community banks rushing to meet upcoming January compliance deadlines. Not to be overlooked, however, are the technological changes the regulations are […]
With customers and even regulators turning their heads and opening their ears to social media, your community bank’s participation in the conversation should be a matter of when, not if By Collin Canright Your community bank may not be into social media just yet. But your customers certainly are. And now, even the regulators are […]
Agencies offer new guidance on—and take a second look at—how banks oversee third-party providers By Mary Thorson Spiraling technical requirements, exponential growth of regulatory complexity and the necessity for automation to meet monitoring and processing needs have brought community banks to the doors of third-party vendors that once were thought only to be suitable for […]