Welcome to Compliance Action
What are you doing with your free time? Had some new responsibilities assigned lately?
Are you expected to deal with them in your spare time? Sure, cut out the time you spend breathing and maybe you can get it done. The bottom line in compliance management is that there is too much to do, too much to learn, too much to implement, too much to change, too much to train, too much to monitor. You get the idea.
We have the idea too. We'd like to help you get your job done (and maybe even be able to take a day off.) We've designed ComplianceAction to help you.
Compliance Action is more than a newsletter. You need the best, most accurate information to get your job done. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a top notch team of compliance experts to back you up? Even better, what if you could call when you had a compliance question and speak to one of the industry's top experts? If you're a Compliance Action subscriber you'll have timely compliance articles, guidance, action steps, Q&As, and training tips coming to you 16 times per year (both paper and online access for the same low price).
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For more content information, check out the Table of Contents from many years worth of past issues by clicking on the specific issue on the left side of the screen. Subscribers can go directly to specific articles or download the entire 8-page issue, fully formatted in the Acrobat format (.pdf).
Included in your subscription
- ComplianceAction includes articles about new developments in compliance laws, regulations, and interpretations. But we do more than describe the change, we tell you what to do about it. Each major article contains ActionSteps, things to check on or change, or a new process to start. We even list who needs to know or be involved. In short, the ActionSteps are your 'to do' list.
- We also have articles addressing compliance problem areas, such as what compliance requirements apply to commercial lending, when signatures are required or prohibited, how to use credit scoring, or when and how to give disclosures of different kinds. And we include ActionSteps for these too.
- ComplianceAction gives you information on compliance enforcement trends. We stay in touch with examiners and the recently examined to bring you the latest information. These articles help you prepare for the next examination so you'll be ready with a good response to the items that are at the top of the examiner's list - and you'll look good to your management as well.
- ComplianceAction includes charts or lists to help your staff. You can use these for training and also hand them out as job aids.
- We include a calendar on compliance events to remind you when to review HMDA data, when comment letters are due, when to expect action on something - this one often changes a lot - and reminders about what to do on a regular basis, such as training, board briefings, and policy reviews.
- The benefit of directing those tough compliance questions to the editors via email for in-depth answers. Some of those questions may show up on the Question and Answer page, which you can show to any doubters.
- Digital access to the current issue when it goes to press AND previous content published by ComplianceAction for not only the subscriber, but additional personnel within the same branch office can register for their own online access as well.
- Automatic qualification for discounts on any products and programs that we present.
All this for one low price of $369 for 16 issues!
Executive editor Lucy Griffin and editor Patti Blenden have assembled a team of advisors to research the issues so that you can be prepared for what is ahead with practical advice, checklists, and guidance. As a subscriber, you'll have direct access to the editor for those times when you need a direct answer to a compliance question. All this and more at a price that won't break the bank!
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- To keep your compliance, audit and legal officers and staff up-to-date on regulatory and compliance issues and industry-related techniques.
- To provide guidance for implementing and managing your compliance program
- To increase your awareness and understanding of compliance developments
- To provide you with information that will be useful in communicating compliance information to bank staff
- To assemble all of the above in a readable, understandable, usable format that can be photocopied and distributed in-house by each subscriber.
George B. Milner, Jr.
Publisher, Compliance Action, Bankers Hotline
Producer, Bankers Video Library
President, Bankers Information Network
Lucy H. Griffin, Esq.
Executive Editor, Compliance Action
President, Compliance Resources, Inc.
Patti J. Blenden, CRCM
Associate Editor, Compliance Action
President, Financial Solutions