The ICBA Compliance Institute is built to meet the needs of seasoned professionals seeking the latest regulatory education and industry best practices as well as newer compliance officers seeking to gain a clear understanding of the fundamental concepts of each regulation.
This high-quality program provides a fast-paced learning environment that will lead to a detailed study of the relevant areas of regulatory compliance with a focus on the key concepts that spell success in the examination context.
Each regulation is approached in terms of the requirements, best practice internal controls, and audit objectives. Learning is reinforced with many sample disclosures, applicability charts, and illustrative quizzes and exercises.
The program addresses current hot issues and areas of focus in regulatory compliance. Deep dives into the common challenges related to recent regulatory reform will be covered and the latest guidance and interpretations on all recent rule-making efforts will be discussed.
This solid foundation allows the attendee to return to their bank and support their product and service offerings and remain competitive in their market place.
To earn the Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer (CCBCO) certification, you will be required to attend this program in its entirety, complete all assignments, and achieve a passing score on the certification exam(s).
If you decide to enroll in the certification testing after you register for the class, please contact a Community Banker University representative at 800-422-7285.
Understand the key elements of a bank’s compliance management program.
Understand the fundamental and disclosure requirements of bank lending regulations including Reg Z, RESPA, HMDA, SAFE Act, Military Lending Regulations, Homeownership Counseling Act, and flood insurance compliance.
Identify fair lending practices and data collection/reporting requirements as outlined in ECOA/Reg B, FCRA, CRA, HMDA, and Fair Housing Act.
Outline the key privacy requirements banks must follow under Reg P including the Sections 13, 14, and 15 information-sharing exceptions.
Associate deposit account disclosure requirements with the appropriate regulations including Reg CC, Reg DD, and Reg E
Identify disclosure requirements and permissible activities under Right to Financial Privacy Act, Reg GG, Consumer Sales of Insurance, and Non-Deposit Investment Products.
Understand the risk exposure and mitigation steps banks may take to manage UDAAP compliance for the bank.
Recognize compliance risks and disclosure requirements in advertising and marketing activities by a bank.
ICBA Members: $2,899
Certification Testing Fee: $500
For more information, call 800-422-7285.
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Who should attend: Compliance officers, auditors, BSA/AML officers
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of bank compliance.
Advanced Preparation: Required - completion of Compliance Management System online course
Program Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Live
CPE Credit Hours: 44
Certification Offered: Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer (CCBCO)
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