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Social Media: Regulations and Considerations

date_range September 26th at 2:00pm EDT
Registration ends at midnight the night before event (September 26th at 12:00am EDT).
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The numbers show that everyone is impacted by social media: 69% of U.S. adults use at least one social media site. The average American Internet user has 7.1 social media accounts. 88% of American 18- to 29-year-olds use social media. Numbers like that mean that your competitors are likely using social media and your customers expect you to use social media. But do you know the regulatory implications and expectations? This webinar will help you figure out how to stay compliant in the shifting social media world.

We Will Cover:

  • Which regulations to consider in social media
  • Is a social media policy and procedure needed?
  • Some of the risks to be mindful of
  • How institutions can effectively use social media

Who Should Attend: Compliance and audit, IT and digital employees, and anyone else who wants to know more about the risks and possibilities of social media in financial institutions.


Presenter:

  • Trey Anderson
    • Trey Anderson
    • Trey Anderson is a Senior Compliance Manager with Capco Academy. He possesses more than 10 years of banking experience and has worked in both compliance and operations. He is a regulatory attorney licensed to practice in both the State of Florida and Washington, D.C. Trey was a felony prosecutor for the state of Florida for over 6 years. While at Capco, he has provided clients with training and hands-on assistance as a consultant through targeted reviews and audits. Trey’s primary role has been as a lead instructor in multiple areas including fair lending and deposits generally, UDAAP, ability-to-repay, and Know Before You Owe. Trey has been a member of the faculty that facilitates training for new CFPB examiners presenting on the CFPB Examination process and other various regulations.