By Steven Stachowicz, Managing Director
Risk and Compliance
This month’s roundup of compliance news includes two CFPB-related articles – on the Bureau’s efforts to collect information on small and minority business lending with the purpose of rulemaking in that area, and its focus on consumer reporting and improving the completeness and accuracy of data provided to consumer reporting agencies by various entities. We also discuss the most recent, $250,000 penalty on an individual in a corporate BSA/AML compliance matter. The June issue of Compliance Insights, wraps up with an update on OCC procedures related to violations of OCC laws and regulations.
Listen to our podcast below. Transcript of the conversation follows.
In-Depth Interview, Compliance Insights [transcript]
June 28, 2017
Kevin Donahue: Hello, this is Kevin Donahue, Senior Director with Protiviti, welcoming you to a new installment of Powerful Insights. I’m speaking today with Steven Stachowicz, a Managing Director with Protiviti and a leader within the firm’s Risk and Compliance practice. Protiviti recently published the June edition of Compliance Insights and I’m going to talk to Steve a little bit about some of the highlights from that newsletter. Steve, thanks for joining me today. Continue reading