ABA Risk Management Conference—March 18–20, 2018, Orlando, Florida
Bank Risk Managers: Find Solutions to Manage Emerging Risks
3 Days. 30+ Strategic and Tactical Sessions.
Nationally recognized experts.
Bank risk professionals will enhance their skills to identify, monitor, measure and control evolving risks at the ABA Risk Management Conference, March 18-20, 2018. In three days, this program covers all the emerging bank risks including enterprise,
operational, market, credit, cyber, regulatory, and physical security. Get the latest tools for assessing, monitoring and mitigating
these risks. See the full program and register at aba.com/RMC.
ABA Member Early Bird Savings ends January 12, 2018.
Plus, managers responsible for model risk management in
community and DFAST banks will get a “deep-dive” in how to effectively manage model risk and benchmark their program against
practices and regulatory expectations at the optional pre-conference workshop: ABA Model Risk Management Workshop for
Bank Risk Managers ( ABA.com/MRMworkshop) on Saturday,
March 17th. (The workshop is priced separately from the Conference registration.)
The National Conversation on Compliance—
The ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference, June 2 – 27, 2018, Nashville, Tennessee
Prioritize your compliance activities and benchmark your program
effectiveness at the nation’s premier consumer compliance conference. 50+ sessions with over 100 speakers will cover the critical changes you need to make now in response to the current
Be part of the conversation. Visit aba.com/RCC to register today.
ABA Member Conference Early Bird registration savings through
April 13, 2018.
Attendees also will have the opportunity to improve how to measure and assess fair lending risks at the optional pre-conference
ABA Fair and Responsible Lending Workshop (
aba.com/FLwork-shop) on June 23. This program provides a tactical and integrated
enterprise-wide approach to assessing and managing fair and
responsible lending risk through a holistic approach. (The workshop is priced separately from the Conference registration.)
The fully updated Second
Edition of the Reference Guide
to Financial Crimes is now
available at aba.com/RGFC.
This unique, at-the-ready
resource has been expanded to
address the emerging risk of
threatening U.S. banks, in
addition to fraud, money
laundering, and terrorist
financing methodologies. It is
also a recommended study
resource for the Certified AML
and Fraud Professional (CAFP)
exam. Order your copy today!
ABA Certificate in BSA and AML
Compliance: Demonstrate your
ability to detect and prevent
suspicious and criminal activity
with this series of 10 courses.
Designed to improve your
knowledge of the types of criminal
behavior commonly used against
banks, courses include in-depth
training on the applicable U.S.
laws and regulations governing
money laundering. See the
complete course list at aba.com/
FCOT and encourage your team to
register today. (Courses are also
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