Managing Compliance Risk: UDAP/UDAAP, Part I – The Basics
This webinar focuses on requirements associated with the Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices (UDAP), including an introduction to key concepts and components of a UDAP/UDAAP risk management program. Part-one of a two-part series, this session is the perfect refresher for experienced compliance professionals or as an introduction to employees not as familiar with these requirements.
Who Should Attend: Chief Compliance Officer, Compliance Officer, Chief Risk Officer, Risk Officer
- Understand basic UDAP/UDAAP concepts and related regulations
- Identify red flags through review of case studies
- Preview basic components of a UDAP/UDAAP compliance program
Dan Huston, CFIRS
D.L. Huston, LLC
Dan Huston’s professional career, spanning four decades, has focused on assisting clients in identifying and resolving operational, risk management, and compliance issues. His expertise focuses on providing clients with guidance in designing effective and efficient procedures and controls to implement new and changing regulatory guidance; implementing corrective action in response to directives from federal and state oversight agencies; and designing and executing testing to evaluate the effectiveness of implemented solutions and controls. Dan’s experience includes 19 years supervising operational and lending functions at a large regional financial institution and 16 years with a regional public accounting firm, which included nine years as the partner responsible for the firm’s internal audit and regulatory practice for financial institutions. His experience includes having worked with over 200 banks, credit unions and trust companies. Dan is the managing member of D.L. Huston, LLC, and lives in Portland, Oregon.
Meg Sczyrba, CRCM
Fair and Responsible Banking Risk Program Manager
Meg Sczyrba works for US Bank as the fair and responsible banking risk program manager overseeing the program for the consumer lending and deposit groups. She has previously worked for Wells Fargo, Infosys, PayPal, WaMu, Union Bank of California, US Bank and as a compliance consultant. Meg currently chairs the ABA Compliance Magazine Editorial Advisory Board. She is a former chair of the ABA Compliance School and CRCM Advisory Boards and member of the Compliance Executive Committee. Meg has published several articles on topics ranging from Reg AA / UDAAP to Reg O and wrote the recurring Training Room column in the ABA Bank Compliance magazine. She currently pens the ongoing What’s New with U(DAAP) column. Meg is also a frequent speaker at industry compliance conferences and schools who was honored as ABA’s 2011 Distinguished Service Award recipient. She graduated from the University of Missouri,Columbia with degrees in psychology and law.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Prerequisites: Knowledge of UDAP/UDAAP
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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