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  • When "should" becomes "shall": Rethinking compliance management for banks
    Read this paper for insights into some of the many important tools and considerations being used by industry leaders as they respond to more stringent and forceful regulatory scrutiny.
  • Stronger: OCC's heightened expectations
    The latest guidance issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) continues the trend of greater regulatory involvement. This paper discusses six possible takeaways in areas that we believe may be of special interest to boards of directors and executives responsible for leading their institutions’ governance- and risk-related initiatives.
  • Final look: The Federal Reserve’s newly announced enhanced prudential standards
    The Federal Reserve Board recently approved a final rule strengthening the supervision and regulation under section 165 of the Dodd-Frank Act. Read two individual papers outlining changes and implications for U.S. bank holding companies and foreign banking organizations.
  • Forward look: Top regulatory trends for 2014
    How can organizations stay ahead of regulatory trends for 2014? Explore this Outlook series featuring regulatory trends in the energy, insurance, securities, and banking industries.
  • Investment compliance monitoring survey, second edition
    This survey shows investment compliance monitoring will likely accelerate as a result of increased investor and regulatory scrutiny.
  • Dodd-Frank Act push-out: Planning the right strategy
    Read this paper for insights into how banks are now focused on the decisions that they need to make and determine the best course of action to be in compliance with “push-out” in 2015.
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