Oil and water. Cats and Dogs. Fire and Ice. Such are the comparisons often used to describe the relationship between compliance and marketing. Are they really two opposing forces always in conflict and rarely compatible?
Mistakes happen. Even strong compliance programs can have a slip-up, and you may find your bank has wrongfully disclosed the Annual Percentage Rate (on a loan) or the Annual Percentage Yield (for a deposit product).
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One banker commented “Reg E hasn’t changed, so what’s to learn?” While the Reg itself and the commentary haven’t changed, interpretations of who is a financial institution, what is an error and who has to investigate those errors have.
Recorded on March 14, 2023
Regulation CC: Funds Availability (Deposits and Holds)
Nobody wants compliance mistakes but when they are tolerable and in moderation, you learn from them and that’s an improvement. Mistakes can be great when you learn from someone else’s because you don’t suffer the consequences.
It is a fact that, “you don’t know, what you don’t know.” But you will be responsible for all things compliance that you should know. You are responsible for ALL of the compliance changes, updates and guidance issued in 2022.
Do you ever feel at a loss for where to start in compliance research? Do you have an inkling the answer is out there somewhere, but you’d have better luck winning the lottery than finding the concise answer to that tough compliance question?