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Bankers' Hotline, Volume 30, Number 4

April 29, 2020

Banks to the Rescue

by Teri Wesley

The COVID-19 crisis has caused personal and financial hardships for individuals and businesses across the world. Banks are extending a helping hand to help their customers and the communities they serve navigate these unprecedented times.

In The News

Statistics, Facts, & Such

Tech Update
Interactive Teller Machines (ITMs)

Spotlight on What's New
Important Subscription Notice

Training Page
When Retail Banking Returns to the [New] Normal

by Jim Beveridge

As states across the U.S. move toward reopening, financial institutions will be faced with some challenges as they address the health – and safety – concerns of their staff and customers.

BSA/AML Updates

The FFIEC has released updates to the BSA/AML Examination Manual to provide further transparency into the examination process.

The Challenges of Financial Crime Compliance

A new report reveals the high cost of financial crime compliance and the factors that are driving banks' financial crime compliance efforts.

Focus on Fraud

From the editor's desk
Mitigating Pandemic Fraud Risks

by Jim Beveridge

As with any global or economic crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic presents increased risks of fraud. Given the amplified potential for loss, banks must takes whatever measures they can to mitigate these risks and protect their institution and customers.

War Stories

Questions & Answers

Other Bankers



Copyright © 2020 Bankers' Hotline. Originally appeared in Bankers' Hotline Vol. 30, No. 4, 4/29/20

Editor:
Jim Beveridge
Contributing Editor:
Teri Wesley
Board of Advisors:
John S. Burnett
Barbara Hurst
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
David McGuinn
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.
P. Kevin Smith
Barry Thompson
Andy Zavoina

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