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Regulation B Update

date_range October 10th at 2:00pm EDT
Registration ends at midnight the night before event (October 10th at 12:00am EDT).
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What’s new with ECOA and Regulation B? Join us as we cover the latest developments and trends in both regulatory compliance and discrimination.

We Will Cover:

  • Regulation B Basics
  • Compliance stumbling blocks
  • The what and why of your REMA
  • New wrinkles in discrimination

Who Should Attend: Chief Operating Officers, department heads, marketing managers, auditors, contracting officers, counsel, and Compliance Officers should attend this webinar.


Presenters:

  • Becky Breland
    • Becky Breland
    • Senior Consultant Becky Breland has 18 years legal experience in the areas of federal consumer protection regulations and Bank Secrecy Act compliance. Becky is a regulatory attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Alabama since 2001. Her current responsibilities include working closely with financial institutions to create custom training programs and materials. Becky also works directly with regulatory agencies to develop content for their custom training programs along with maintaining the training program materials for changes in policies and regulations. In addition to developing classroom training, Becky has developed online training and webinars for Capco. Becky is one of Capco's trainers and has provided classroom training to regulatory agencies, financial institutions and at Capco-hosted events, seminars and workshops on the subjects of deposit, operations and lending compliance.
  • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • With over 20 years of experience in bank compliance management, Senior Consultant Elizabeth Rozsa brings expertise in assessing and evaluating compliance risk; formulating and implementing effective compliance management programs; and conducting training for bankers and regulatory personnel. She has helped community banks manage their compliance risk, serving as a critical part of compliance success, as well as working on assignments managing and monitoring compliance risk for large institutions. In her current position at Capco Academy, Elizabeth uses her experience and knowledge as a former regulator, instructor and compliance manager to help develop and conduct custom training for regulators – most notably the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection – and financial institutions alike.