Is your financial institution or corporation ready for the future? The payments landscape and regulatory climate continues to undergo dramatic change and now is the time to plan for what’s coming. This webinar is tailored to help you understand how strategic planning and risk management impact driving growth, managing regulatory uncertainty, and moving into the future while protecting your business.
This session allows for a dynamic exchange of ideas related to payments strategies and risk management programs and serves as a unique opportunity for financial institutions and corporations to gain insight and prepare for the future.
This program is a cost-effective way toidentify, mitigate, and stop fraud; the key to a successful program. Time is of the essence in identifying and reporting this fraud to recover any losses and prevent future occurrences. You should be armed with the tools necessary to properly audit your current process to make sure the potential for fraud is limited.
This webinar is designed to provide professionals in every bank, credit union, and corporation the ability to develop and maintain payments as the core business practice for their customers. Every business transaction includes a payment of some sort and the banking industry owns the settlement process. Banks need to understand and use that fact to gain more of their customers’ minds, hearts and wallets.
Corporations need to understand how to work with their financial institutions to combat fraud across the board.
• Payment System Risk Policy
• FFIEC Action Summary for Retail Payments
• Areas of Risk
• Risk Assessment Activities
• Cross Channel Risk Mitigation
• People, Processes, and Products
• Is there an optimal organizational structure / for managing payments strategy?
• Are there best practices that apply to my institution?
• What are the hurdles in establishing an organization focused on the payments business?
• Are there common pitfalls?
Who Should Attend?
This informative session is designed for:
• Payments Professionals
• Operations Managers
• Financial Officers
• Risk Officers
• Internal Auditors
• Operational Risk Managers
• Business Managers/Controllers
• Account Managers