2023 CCA Annual Conference
October 5 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm CDT
Members: $180 per attendee
Non-members: $225 per attendee
Breakfast and lunch are included. Please indicate any dietary restrictions on your Registration.
An opportunity to have a day away from the office to recharge your batteries and network with fellow compliance professionals. Hear knowledgeable presenters speak on a variety of compliance-related topics and network with vendors and not for profit agencies in our vendor area. Don’t forget to bring those business cards for networking and raffles!
This session has been approved for 7.25 CRCM, 5.5 CERP, 2.25 CAFP credits and certain courses may be CAMS eligible.
Please send any questions you have for our speakers, in advance to: Speaker Questions.
Speakers & Topics :
- Appraisal Bias: Issues, Challenges and Risk Mitigation
The session will discuss appraisal bias in residential transactions, the PAVE report, investigations of HUD cases, and how to reduce appraisal bias risks.
- Trends in Check and Electronic Payments Fraud
Fraudsters continue to develop new techniques, which often leads to the financial institution taking losses to reimburse customers. In this session we will examine the latest fraud trends in checks and in electronic payments such as Zelle, Cash App and Venmo and discuss strategies for loss mitigate. We will also consider the regulatory requirements that dictate when we must reimburse our customers and what recovery options are available.
- Compliance Agility: Keeping up with Regulators, Changes and Risks
This panel will provide tips on being agile and keeping up with emerging risks, current events, regulatory changes, and regulator expectations at their institution and for their overall Compliance Management System.
- Lunch – Regulatory Update and Enforcement Actions
This session will cover regulatory changes impacting banks, as well as review recent enforcement actions and go over any conclusions drawn from them.
- Compliance Investigations, Complaint Trending, and Social Media Compliance
Key considerations for conducting compliance related investigations, analyzing complaints for further investigation, and monitoring social media for compliance issues.
- Hot Topics for BSA/AML
This session will cover the latest hot topics affecting BSA/AML risk management. The presentation will touch upon regulatory expectations for utilization of AI technologies, exam priorities and exam readiness, and the increased focus on fraud issues.
- When Does Targeted Marketing Become Digital Redlining?
This session will discuss laws, regulations, and risks relevant to discrimination in online marketing, including the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and its implementing Regulation B; the Fair Housing Act; prohibitions on UDAAP; and reputation risk. Financial institutions – including their marketing teams – that use digital channels to market to existing and potential clients must be aware of these requirements and risks to avoid discrimination.
Registration and Breakfast begins at 7:30 am
Session runs from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Attendees are advised to arrive before 8:00 am
Last day of registration is end of business on September 29, 2023.
As a reminder, CCA no longer accepts cash or checks as payment for meetings or membership dues. Payment is only accepted in advance by debit or credit card via our website. Registration for meetings or membership will not be considered complete without prepayment. CCA is no longer able to invoice for events and entry will be denied if payment has not been received. Payment can be made in advance using a debit or credit card via CCAs PayPal page. Failure to pay in advance may result in removal of registration for the event.
Vendor booth opportunities are still available. Please contact Robin Guthridge for more information.
Speakers and Topics may be subject to change.
This session is not to be recorded electronically without written permission from the Chicagoland Compliance Association and all speakers. materials and opinions shared from the speakers are not necessarily those of the organization they represent and therefore, unless otherwise indicated, should be assumed personal and not indicative of any implied liability or accountability back to the respective organization.
Reservation cancellations received by the CCA after the registration deadline of September 29, 2023 will not receive a refund.
By registering for the event, the registrant agrees to adhere to Drury Lane and/or City of Oakbrook Terrace COVID requirements at the time of the event. If you’re sick on the day of the event, please stay home and get well.
If after registering you do not see the “Thank You” page or you do not receive a confirmation email within two days, then your registration has not been received. Please email the CCA.
If you are unsure if your institution is a CCA member, please check here first. There will be no refunds in the event of an overpayment.
- October 5
8:30 am - 4:00 pm CDT
- Event Category:
- Annual Conference
- Event Tags:
- anti-money laundering, appraisal bias, bank secrecy act, bsa/aml, cash app fraud, check fraud, cms, complaint trending, compliance investigations, compliance management system, digital redlining, fair lending, payments fraud, regulation e, regulatory update, social media compliance, targeted marketing, venmo fraud, zelle fraud