Upcoming NSCP Webinars
Data Governance and Ethics Best Practices
Join us on June 10 at 2:00pm ET
Join us for a webinar covering the foundation of traditional and evolving privacy & data governance laws, recent enforcement cases, as well as governance trends that move beyond disclosures and notices into data mapping, building a program with data stewards and impact assessments so compliance officers are prepared to address data governance issues as many adjust to a changing work environment as a result of COVID-19.
Forward Thinking: New Focus Areas and How Compliance Programs Need to Change for 2020
Join us on June 16 at 2:00pm ET
Sheltering-in policies have required firms to work remotely and adjust the way they communicate with their clients – and each other. Join James Smith, Senior Compliance Consultant, Core Compliance & Legal Services, and Robert Ross, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance and Risk Officer, Boston Private, in this webinar exploring integral areas that all broker-dealers and registered investment advisers should consider, particularly in response to COVID-19 and what their compliance programs need to include as we all look ahead toward the future.
In this webinar, we will provide and cover:
- An overview of regulatory expectations for disaster preparedness
- Business continuity – have you done enough and documented how you responded to the pandemic?
- Cybersecurity, internal controls and supervisory considerations for working remotely
- Client and vendor communications – regulatory guidance on what you should include
- A checklist of how to mitigate business and compliance risks going forward
How to Navigate Regulatory Change During a Pandemic
Join us on June 18 at 2:00pm ET
As the pandemic drags the economy into recession, multiple federal agencies – including the Federal Reserve, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – have pledged to help businesses survive the downturn. The regulators are also urging banks to do their part during this global crisis. Regulators recommend that financial institutions work constructively with borrowers and other customers in affected communities.
In this webinar, we will explore how banks can proactively navigate and advise around regulatory changes as we slowly come out of the “stay at home” period and how we can minimize the negative effects it will have on the industry as we move forward in 2020
Will you be our next co-host?
If you’re interested in learning more about co-hosting an upcoming webinar with NSCP, we invite you to review the NSCP Webinar Guidelines and submit your proposal for consideration.
Please note that we are closed to new webinars until June 15, 2020.