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ABA RCC – FROM A FIRST TIME ATTENDEE’S PERSPECTIVE (DAY 3)

Before you read this post, if you haven’t already, please take a few minutes and read my updates from Day 1 and Day 2 of my first ABA RCC.  If you’ve picked up anything from the first two recaps that I’ve written it is likely that I am not a morning person, I hate the sound of forks scraping against plates and you know my face, but I probably don’t know your face. Now that […]

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ABA RCC – FROM A FIRST TIME ATTENDEE’S PERSPECTIVE (DAY 2)

If you will recall from my recap of Day 1, I’m not typically an early riser.  My day started as early as the conference would allow me with a Power Hour session provided by Treliant.  The speakers for “Seven Steps to Avoid Redlining” were Carl Pry and Susanna Tisa.  This session had a lovely continental breakfast provided, and lots of really informative discussion about…you guessed it, avoiding redlining!  I think my favorite takeaway from this […]

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ABA RCC- FROM A FIRST TIME ATTENDEE’S PERSPECTIVE (DAY 1)

I have the distinct privilege of representing Compliance Resource at this year’s ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference (RCC) in Nashville, TN.  I thought it may be nice to provide you a series of blog articles written from the perspective of a first time attendee.  I hope that you enjoy sharing in my simultaneous excitement and misery! I left Louisville, Ky at 7:00 AM Sunday morning.  That is earlier than I am typically up and moving, but […]

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ABA REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE

The ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference (RCC) got under way this weekend. A record-setting 2,035 compliance geeks are in attendance at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN through Wednesday. The RCC is always a great opportunity to make new friends and to reconnect with old ones. As is typical there are more training sessions that any one person can possibly cover. Attendees have to pick their shots. Interesting topic titles this year include: My Lines […]

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ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference Takes on Digital Marketing

In an opening day session of the 2017 Regulatory Compliance Conference (RCC), titled “Engaging in the Digital Marketing Age #BankBrand #AmICompliant? #[email protected]”, a panel of four esteemed compliance professionals took on digital marketing. Early in the presentation it became clear that, although there are specific laws that must be adhered to and best practices that should be applied for managing risk in digital marketing, many potential issues are still emerging. Most financial institutions have had […]

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