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BAI Compliance Strategies 2014
BAI Compliance Strategies 2014 equips you with strategies to build an effective compliance platform across the enterprise.
Immerse yourself in this 2-day event and find progressive ways to overcome your compliance challenges.
Share best practices, gain insight and find solutions to all of your compliance challenges.
• Earn 14.5* CRCM Professional Education Credits
• Network with compliance executives at the once in a lifetime, private opening reception at the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
• Benefit from a highly collaborative environment of panel discussions, peer group exercises and Q&As.
• Engage with leading solution providers to discover technologies, products and services to solve your compliance challenges.
* The Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of performance and ethics within the financial services industry. BAI Compliance Strategies Conference has been approved for 14.5 CRCM credits. This statement should not be viewed as an endorsement of this program or its sponsor.
Outlook for ATMs after Windows XP
Now that Microsoft has pulled the support plug for Windows XP, financial institutions that haven’t switched to Windows 7 need to explore their options.
From BAI Banking Strategies Daily
Citigroup expects to eliminate at least 4,000 jobs at its global consumer bank by the end of this year.
Customers of PNC Bank who got hit with overdraft fees in recent years because the bank reordered debit card transactions from highest dollar amount to lowest are receiving refunds under a class-action settlement approved last year.
The relationship between colleges and banks may soon change, due to federal recommendations for increasing transparency, including requiring schools to share details of their agreements with banks and banning marketing incentives for school-sponsored debit cards.
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