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Meet with Treliant at ABA RCC 2018

Treliant is a proud Sponsor of the American Bankers Association (ABA) Regulatory Compliance Conference 2018. Members of our team look forward to connecting with you at the conference to discuss the regulatory changes and challenges impacting the financial services industry.


Susanna K. Tisa, Chief Executive Officer, Carl G. Pry, Managing Director, Kathlyn (Lyn) L. Farrell, Senior Advisory Board Member, and Lynn Woosley, Engagement Director, are participating in a Power Hour Breakfast Session on "Seven Steps to Avoid Redlining Violations" on Monday, June 25th from 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM. Institutions need to be prepared for new forms of redlining. In all its shapes and forms, redlining continues to be a hot topic with regulators – all regulators, not just the CFPB.  From determining a bank’s Reasonably Expected Market Area (REMA) to deciding where to aim marketing efforts, redlining must be top of mind. During this session, Treliant’s experts will provide seven steps a bank should follow in order to avoid redlining issues and ensure your fair and responsible banking program is up to date. 
  • REMA – sometimes called a Service Area, Lending Area, or Marketing Area. What should your REMA look like? What factors go into establishing your REMA?
  • Digital Redlining – as banking has progressed into the 21st century, so have redlining concepts for fair lending. We will discuss how to evaluate your “digital footprint” and how to avoid allegations that you’re avoiding discriminating against customers in the digital age.
  • Redlining Analytics – we’ve come a long way from sticking pushpins into a map on the wall to determine if we have a problem. Redlining now involves a comparison against your peers and competitors. We will discuss what data you should analyze and how to compare it against your peers. 

    Kathlyn (Lyn) L. Farrell, Senior Advisory Board Member, will moderate the following panel sessions:

  •  "Conduct Risk: It's Not Just About Your Sales Practices" on Sunday, June 24th from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM. Conduct risk grabbed headlines with sales practices but it is much more than this. In this deep dive panelists discuss the elements of conduct risk, how conduct risk management frameworks are constructed, the various roles and responsibilities within the bank and leading practices on controlling conduct risk.
  • "It's Not About "U" – It's Me: Leading Practices for UDAAP Controls for the First Line" on Monday, June 25th from 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM and on Tuesday, June 26th from 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM. Effective UDAAP risk management requires heavy lifting from the business lines. First line of defense experts will discuss the leading practices for UDAAP controls. They will provide examples of effective controls for UDAAP including risk assessments, marketing controls, vendor monitoring and monitoring practices that have a high UDAAP risk.

  • Carl G. Pry, Managing Director, to participate on the panel session: 
  • "Commercial Lending Hot Topics" on Monday, June 25th from 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM and on Tuesday, June 26th from 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM. In this session, panelists discuss the pain points in commercial lending compliance and how to strengthen your Compliance Management System (CMS). The session will conclude with some "leading practices" that you attendees can take home and use! 

    April A. Breslaw, Senior Advisor, to participate on the panel session:
  • "Transitioning to the Bureau (BCFP - formerly CFPB)" on Tuesday, June 26th from 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM. In this session, experts will walk through assessing the bank's CMS culture and readiness in making an effective supervision transition. Compliance officers will share direct experiences they have had preparing for their first Bureau exam, including how to plan and demonstrate a CMS Program.

    Tina M. Shaver, Senior Director, will moderate the panel session:
  • "Expanding Your Reach: Working with a Diverse Community" on Tuesday, June 26th from 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM. In this session, attendees will learn leading practices in analyzing product mix for fair banking concerns, trends in serving customers with limited English proficiency, UDAAP red flags, and monitoring staff diversity. Attendees will walk away with new ideas in not only improving your compliance program but new ideas in improving service to a wide range of customers in their markets. 


    To learn more about our Trusted Advisory Services or to reach out to us personally in advance of the ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference 2018:



    Treliant's Trusted Advisory Services include:

    Regulatory Compliance

    • Risk Assessments and Monitoring Programs (Compliance and UDAAP)
    • Regulatory Exam Readiness, Support, and Remediation
    • Compliance Management System (CMS) Program Assessments
    • Sales Incentive Practice Assessments
    • Marketing and Sales Reviews
    • Deposit or Lending Operational Reviews
    • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and Military Lending Act (MLA) Reviews
    • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Reviews, including Credit Bureau Reporting and Data Usage
    • Transactional Lookbacks (Regulation E, Credit Reporting)
    • Complaint Management Reviews
    • Compliance Training
    • Third-Party Risk Management
    • Merger & Acquisition Readiness, Due Diligence, and Integration
    • Ethics Program Reviews, Assessments, and Implementation
    • First Line and Second Line of Defense Interaction Model Assessments

    Fair and Responsible Banking

    • Fair Lending/Fair and Responsible Banking Risk and Control Assessments
    • Statistical Analysis, including Regression and Proxy Capabilities
    • Quantitative and Qualitative Program Assessments
    • Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) Program Reviews
    • CMS Program Builds and Assessments
    • Model Validation
    • Redlining, including Digital Redlining
    • UDAAP Risk and Control Assessments
    • Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Self-Assessments
    • Fair Banking and CRA Performance Context Development
    • File Reviews and Matched Pair Testing

    Global Financial Crimes Compliance

    (AML/BSA; Economic Sanctions/OFAC; Anti-Bribery/Corruption)
    • Program Design, Implementation, and Assessment
    • Program Health Checks and Efficiency Reviews
    • Risk Assessments and Risk Assessment Methodology
    • Customer Risk Profiling—Customer Due Diligence (CDD), Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), and Customer Identification Program (CIP)
    • Alert and Case Management Process Reviews
    • Systems Tuning and Assessment—Rules/Scenarios; Fuzzy Logic
    • Model Governance and Validation
    • New Systems Identification and Implementation
    • Data Analytics and Investigations
    • Compliance and Audit Staff Augmentation
    • Compliance Testing
    • Independent Audits
    • Program Outsourcing
    • Lookbacks (CDD/EDD; Transactional)
    • Regulatory Issue Remediation and Corrective Action Validation
    • Regulatory Monitorships and Independent Consultancies

    FinTech Compliance

    • CMS Assessments
    • Compliance Policies, Procedures, and Strategies
    • Risk Assessments and Monitoring Programs (Compliance and UDAAP)
    • UDAAP or Fair Lending Program Assessments
    • Due Diligence
    • Third-Party Risk Management
    • Strategic Advisory related to Acquisitions and Partnerships

    Mortgage Operations and Compliance

    • Mortgage Origination and Servicing Risk Assessments
    • Loss Mitigation Compliance Analysis, Remediation, and Process Repair
    • HMDA Data Integrity and Filing
    • Merger and Acquisition Due Diligence and Integration
    • Technology Strategy and Integration
    • Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Compliance
    • Audit: Staff Augmentation and Training
    • Servicing Transfer Compliance Testing
    • Secondary Marketing Operational and Compliance Risk Assessments
    • TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rule Compliance Implementation, Testing, and File Reviews
    • Process and Procedure Writing
    • Fair Lending and CRA Compliance
    • Litigation Support and Crisis Response, including Expert Services

    Cybersecurity

    • Information Security Compliance Audits, Testing, and Monitoring 
    • Information Security Corporate Governance - Structure, Strategies, Performance, and Reporting/Monitoring
    • Internal/External Incident Management Programs for Cyber Issues, including Communications, Media, and Remediation/Recovery
    • Cybersecurity Policies, Procedures, and Standards, including Written Information Security Programs (WISPs)
    • Cyber Risk Assessment and Mitigation
    • Data Loss Prevention and Data Risk
    • Third Parties with Access to your Assets
    • Secure Configuration Standards
    • Intrusion Protection and Detection
    • Security Awareness Training Programs
    • Business Continuity 

     

  • Treliant Team at the ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference 2018

    Andrew L. Sandler Andrew L. Sandler
    Chairman
    Susanna K. Tisa Susanna K. Tisa
    Chief Executive Officer
    B. Scott Fisher B. Scott Fisher
    Managing Director
    Ross Marrazzo Ross Marrazzo
    Managing Director
    Carl G. Pry Carl G. Pry
    Managing Director
    Mark Westmoreland Mark Westmoreland
    Principal
    Kathlyn L. Farrell Kathlyn L. Farrell
    Senior Advisory Board Member
    April A. Breslaw April A. Breslaw
    Senior Advisor
    Cassandra M. Chandler Cassandra M. Chandler
    Senior Advisor
    James R. Causey James R. Causey
    Senior Director
    Janet M. Hale Janet M. Hale
    Senior Director
    Tina M. Shaver Tina M. Shaver
    Senior Director
    Lynn Woosley Lynn Woosley
    Engagement Director