Join Jon Tavares as he wraps up his series on Debt Collection by discussing Debt Collection Enforcement Actions.
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In recent examinations of debt collectors, the CFPB has identified several violations of the FDCPA and Regulation F. Jon Tavares continues his discussion on these violations and encourages that any entity collecting debts, whether they are collecting debts owed to them or are a third-party debt collector, to take note of the CFPB’s Report.
The availability of cryptocurrency appears to be rapidly increasing. However, with the increased availability of cryptocurrency, where’s the regulation?
Across the globe, traditional banks have average cost-income ratios of 55-60%, whereas the new digital-only challenger banks aspire to get below 30%.
Digital transformation is still a relatively grey area for banking compliance, with no one-size-fits-all approach to how it should be regulated.
The Temenos Value Benchmark (TVB) indicates that maintaining an efficient compliance function contributes positively to a bank's financial performance.
Join Senior Compliance Consultant Jon Tavares as he discusses some of the recent violations of the FDCPA and Regulation F found in recent debt collector examinations.
Is your financial institution contemplating new and innovative marketing plans to further product sales within your organization? Join Senior Compliance Advisor Lisa M. Lugtigheid as she discusses regulatory implications that could arise when developing incentive payments to employees to encourage cross-selling to existing customers.
As dating apps and social media use continues to increase, the trend of romance scams may continue to increase as well. Join Senior Compliance Advisor, Rachelle Dekker, CRCM, as she discusses how financial institutions can keep their customers and members informed and alert to these types of financial scams.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently issued a series of press releases requesting feedback from the industry on the issue of "junk fees" consumers are charged by financial institutions.