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Beneficial Ownership Rule – Regulatory Compliance for Data Collection and Storage
November 9, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST$249
With the new Beneficial Owner Rule, being on top of the changes to the rule can become burdensome and confusing and people need an easier way to deal with these continuously changing regulations.
In this banking webinar you can be expected to learn about best practices for collecting and storing data to ensure regulatory compliance for the Beneficial Ownership Rule and more.
It is critical for financial institutions to collect, monitor and maintain accurate customer information to comply with the new Beneficial Ownership Rule. Most do not have an effective process in place to collect and store this data, which can result in mistakes costing banks thousands of dollars.
Attendees to this exciting banking webinar will get to:
- Discover new processes that banks can put in place to collect, monitor and store data and the lowest costs.
- Explore technology that can not only help you comply with BO rules, but other regulatory restrictions.
- Learn how to efficiently manage your team, grow your institution, and cut data collection costs while staying compliant.
$249 for Webinar and Playback*
Dates of Event
Friday, November 9, 2018
1.2 AAP Credits
About the Speaker
Bryan is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Altpoint Capital and the Co-Founder & CEO of Vetter, an Altpoint portfolio company. His focus and passion is centered around the macro and practical dynamics of the lending industry across the United States. Prior to working with Altpoint, Bryan spent two years at Dreamit Ventures, a leading early stage enterprise-focused venture capital firm, as an Investment Team Member. Prior to Dreamit Ventures, Bryan was at UBS Investment Bank where he advised financial technology companies and community banks. As a self-proclaimed health and wellness nerd, Bryan is involved with various nonprofit organizations focused on wellness education and increasing access to healthy foods to underserved populations. Bryan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Baruch College