Compliance Management School

Date:

Mar 19, 2020 to Mar 20, 2020

Location:
Indiana Bankers Assocaition
8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd., Suite 155E
Indianapolis, IN 46240

The Compliance Management School is designed specifically for those who want to upgrade their skills in compliance management, as well as their ability to influence others to solve compliance problems facing their bank. This interactive course will generally not discuss individual regulations, but will focus on compliance management, compliance leadership, and the day-to-day issues that may arise.

This course is designed to be extremely interactive and the input of attendees is required. Each attendee will be challenged to share experiences, challenges, successes and failures so that the larger group may benefit from best practices and approaches that did and did not work. The course will include multiple case studies and a round table discussion of pre-planned compliance management topics.

Attendees are encouraged to bring questions and suggest topics they would like addressed by the group. Prior to the school, all attendees will be solicited for topics, and that topic list will be forwarded to all attendees for their contemplation” before the school. The input and comments of the attendees is a vital part of this school, as
much of the presentation is designed to be interactive rather than lecture.

The school will train attendees to recognize and assess regulatory problems facing their banks and discuss potential solutions to resolve these problems. Bankers will learn how to develop process models, assess compliance risk, determine weaknesses in controls, create controls to prevent and detect problems, manage a compliance monitoring
program, work through regulatory changes and influence others to implement solutions. Attendees will gain valuable hands-on experience through case studies that require them to make judgments and develop influence strategies in scenarios designed to depict real-world situations.