Risk Management Series: Conducting an RDC Risk Assessment: Compliance Findings & Regulatory Guidance

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While remote deposit capture (RDC) has become a more established product, periodically reviewing your program and its risks and controls is an important part of an overall compliance program. This session will explore existing regulatory guidance, along with common findings from engagements completed while helping fellow institutions complete RDC risk assessments in the field. This will be a great introduction if you have never completed an RDC risk assessment or if you want to update your existing one.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Review of RDC channels to show what should be covered in risk assessment and management programs
  • Pieces of the regulatory landscape related to RDC
  • Operational and management considerations that should be included in your program
  • Case studies of real-life findings from RDC risk assessments to ensure sound business practices are in place

ABOUT THE PRESENTER – Jen Wasmund, AAP, CTP, NCP, UMACHA

Jen Wasmund joined UMACHA compliance team in March 2012, where she conducted hundreds of ACH audits and risk assessments and developed and delivered local, regional, and national training sessions. As VP of Education and Compliance, Jen manages and develops the strategy for UMACHA’s Compliance and Education Services programs. 

After graduating from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis, Jen worked at a community financial institution. Her responsibilities included operational and compliance oversight for ACH origination, remote deposit capture, electronic banking, and debit card programs. Jen holds AAP, CTP, and NCP certifications and is co-chair of the national RPA Forum Operations Committee. In addition, she serves on the Board of Regents to assist with curriculum for NACHA’s annual education event at The Payments Institute.

Originally recorded on May 16, 2017.

Recorded webinar link is available until December 31, 2017.

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