Archive for tag: Compliance

Survey: Three in Four Trust Banks Most for Payment Security

November 2, 2015

By ABA Banking Journal An overwhelming majority — 75 percent — of consumers trust their banks most to keep their payments safe, according to a recent ABA survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs. Banks were by and large the most trusted entity, surpassing telecom companies (1 percent), major retailers (1 percent) and alternate payment providers […]

Regulatory Screening: False Positives and Their Customer Experience Impact

May 5, 2014

By Jonathan Camhi False positives in AML and sanctions screening cause headaches for bank customers, and banks can take simple steps to fix it. Often when banks talk about the impact of false positives in their AML and sanctions screening programs, they talk about the bottom line. That bottom line is this: banks lose money […]

Silver Lining for Community Banks: Using New Regulations to Your Advantage

April 30, 2014

By Mike Percy In recent days and months, there has been much discussion about the challenges small banks face to comply with increased regulatory requirements, particularly those stemming from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Though the costs of compliance have increased and can prove burdensome, especially to small banks, industry observers […]

County Tax Assessors Investing in Technology: The Implications for Businesses

March 10, 2014

By Carla Yrjanson As county government becomes more efficient and timely in how they manage property taxes, businesses should do the same or they risk penalties and possibly costly audits resulting from non-compliance. According to a joint survey conducted by Thomson Reuters and the National Association of Counties (NACo), county assessors expect investments in technology—including […]

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