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Culture has dominated the corporate conversation in recent years. The importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (or DEI) has become more evident than ever. Many credit unions are looking for a recipe to make their workplaces more respectful and inclusive while also getting the highest level of performance from each
Compliance management is a never-ending job. As soon as one regulation is implemented or training or testing is completed, another one immediately takes its place. It can be overwhelming, but there are ways to lighten your compliance management workload while still staying compliant and on task. Here are four tips.
When it comes to compliance, there is a good reason for three lines of defense. They ensure that a bank’s lending compliance management system (CMS) is effectively guarding the bank against unnecessary risk. The First Line of Defense: EmployeesThe first line of defense is the business. From the back
Earlier this year the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency hit Morgan Stanley with a $60 million civil money penalty for faulty vendor management practices that potentially exposed sensitive customer data. The bank also faces seven class-action lawsuits accusing it of negligence. What went wrong and how do you
Has COVID-19 made managing your vendor management hard to, well, manage? Say that five times fast! Honestly, it might be easier than trying to deal with vendor management during a pandemic that has changed just about everything we once knew to be “normal.” Working from home, social distancing and relying
If there has ever been a year for contingency plans, 2020 is it. Many financial institutions have activated their business continuity plans (BCP) due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now as hurricanes, wildfires, and other natural disasters disrupt business further, FIs are finding themselves activating a second BCP on top of
Did one of your third-party vendors need Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds? This is the question everyone is asking since the Small Business Administration (SBA) released the list of businesses that took PPP loans. (The Washington Post’s PPP searchable database includes companies that borrowed more than $150,000.) As