On Friday, October 17, Texas Lyceum will host its 28th Public Conference on the topic, Money and Banking in Texas: The Impact of Monetary Policy, Too Big to Fail Policy, and Banking Regulation in the Lone Star State.
The conference will include an impressive lineup of industry representatives and policymakers, including:
With millennials expected to represent approximately $200 billion in buying power by 2017, data efforts are underway to better understand the economic outlook and mindset that informs millennials’ buying decisions.
By Valerie Jundt
For banks, unclaimed property compliance can often take a backseat to other critical issues. However, if unclaimed property issues are not managed and addressed properly, the associated risks of noncompliance can directly impact customer retention, the reputation of your bank, and the business of growing assets.
On Wednesday, September 24 at 2 p.m., IBAT Services will host a webinar showcasing IBAT’s newest endorsed product - WatchDOG Social Compliance.
Learn more about the evolving customer communication puzzle that comes with Facebook messages, tweets, blog posts, text messages and video. Ensure your bank is communicating effectively, as well as complying, through social media channels.
Registration is now open for the 60 minute webinar.
Testifying before Congress last week, America's top banking regulators expressed their support and agency efforts for mitigating costly and time-consuming regulations for community banks.
A rule recently proposed by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) would require financial institutions to identify beneficial owners who own, directly or indirectly, 25% or more of a legal entity. Last week, IBAT submitted a comment letter to FinCEN registering opposition to this further expansion of customer due diligence requirements.