Bankers' Hotline, Volume 30, Number 6
In response to the COVID crisis and to give unbanked Americans access to federal government relief funds, legislation has been proposed that would move the Federal Reserve into the retail banking business.
The pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to the global economy. Some communities are providing their own economic relief with local currency
In The News
- Bank Exams are Back
- Examiner Guidance During - and After - the Pandemic
- New Banker Resources at FDIC.gov
- CFPB: Remittance Transfer Rule Guidance
Everbridge Critical Event Management
Reducing Your Vulnerability During Civil Unrest
Faced with fast-developing unrest and violence, it's critical to have and implement proven crisis management plans built on a platform of crisis communication, emergency response, and business continuity programs.
In response to the surge in cyber risks spurred by the COVID-19 crisis and a dire warning that more threats are imminent, lawmakers are proposing several bills to address fraud and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The Wirecard scandal raises questions about auditors' role in combatting fraud.
Focus on Fraud
From the editor's desk
Crises Converge on our Nation
The pandemic and civil unrest that has dominated the public conversation this year must focus our attention on the underlying racial and socioeconomic divisions in this country.
Questions & Answers
- Request for Security Footage
- Interview vs Interrogation
- Certification Programs for Bank Security Officers
- Five Stars for Business Support
- A Boost for the Community
- Monetary Milestone Celebrations
- COVID Relief Funding
- Keeping Seniors Cool
Copyright © 2020 Bankers' Hotline Newsletter
- Jim Beveridge
- Contributing Editor:
- Teri Wesley
- Board of Advisors:
- John S. Burnett
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.
P. Kevin Smith