Ready to Make Your Mark? Let Us Help You Get Prepared
Bankers looking to earn their Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM)
designation can choose how to prepare for the exam based on their learning style
The ABA CRCM Exam Prep is a five-day, in-person event featuring an expert fac-
ulty and in-class review of representative exam questions as well as the latest edition
of the ABA Reference Guide to Regulatory Compliance.
Prefer an online training experience? The CRCM Exam Online Prep is a 10-week
program that includes 10 hours of recorded lectures, and is designed as a facilitated
companion study tool to the ABA Reference Guide to Regulatory Compliance.
Visit aba.com/CRCMExamPrep for upcoming dates and to learn more.
Updated Compliance Audit Manual Now Available
ABA’s Compliance Audit Manual has all the information you need to conduct a com-
plete compliance audit, including basic techniques and guidelines for deposits, mar-
keting, fair lending, open-end credit and real estate functions. Your subscription
includes quarterly updates that may trigger changes in processes, helping you avoid
fines and corrective actions. You’ll also receive A Review of Consumer Laws and
Regulations with your subscription.
The Compliance Audit Manual gives bank compliance officers and auditors a vir-
tually trouble-free method of auditing all major bank functions for federal regulatory
compliance. Visit aba.com/CAM to learn more and subscribe.
ABA Certificate in Fraud Prevention
Dive in to the U.S. laws and regulations that govern fraud with the ABA Certificate
in Fraud Prevention. In less than six hours, you will learn types of fraud, prevention
strategies and how to establish, operate and maintain your fraud prevention program.
Learn on your own schedule from a subject matter expert. To learn more and regis-
ter, visit aba.com/FCOT.
Are you up to date on the latest in financial crimes?
With the Reference Guide to Financial Crimes, you get insight into the full spectrum
of financial crimes—what they are, how they work and how they impact a financial
institution. In addition to fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing methodolo-
gies, the second edition has been expanded to address the emerging risk of cyber-
enabled crimes threatening U.S. banks. This reference guide is also a recommended
study resource for the Certified AML and Fraud Professional (CAFP) exam. Order
your copy today at aba.com/RGFC.
Save the Date—
ABA/ABA Financial Crimes
Dec. 2–4, 2018, at the Gaylord
National Resort in National Harbor, Md.
Brought to you by two powerhouse organi-
zations at the forefront of financial crimes—
the American Bankers Association and the
American Bar Association—this conference
delivers banker-focused solutions covering
BSA/AML/CFT, fraud, OFAC compliance
and sanctions and cyber-enabled financial
This event is designed for BSA/AML com-
pliance and risk officers, in-house and ex-
ternal counsel, internal and external audi-
tors, regulators and examiners, fraud
investigators and officers and banking pro-
fessionals combatting cyber-enabled finan-
Registration is now open—visit aba.com/
FCE to learn more.
Development Program in
Enterprise Risk Management
Enhance your institutions’ risk management
program to meet emerging risks. Join us in
October for this five-day executive education program presented by ABA and the
University of Maryland Robert H. Smith
School of Business. Designed for senior
ERM professionals, the program focuses on
scenario-based learning to give you the
tools to evaluate your existing risk practices
and strengthen your program. A expert faculty covers all key risk categories: credit risk
management, asset-liability management
and business risk management.