BAI is continually releasing new courses. Recent courses released include topics on small business lending and cybersecurity. The updated courses provide high-quality content in a format compatible with both desktops and tablets. The 10 most recently released courses include:
- 30421 – Protecting Consumers Undergoing Foreclosure
- 34021 – Regulation Z: The Basics
- 4071 – Regulation Z: Reverse Mortgages [Mini-Course]
- 30425 – Regulation Z: Closed-End Credit Disclosures
- 30304 – Cybersecurity: Computer Security Basics
- 4070 – Regulation Z: Adjustable-Rate Mortgages [Mini-Course]
- 30422 – Regulation Z: Open-End Credit Disclosures
- 34022 – Regulation Z: HPMLs and The Escrow Rule
- 30361 – Email Security for Financial Institutions
- 31490 – HOEPA Loan Fundamentals
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BAI is continually releasing new documents & resources – key content such as topic overviews, checklists, red flags, whitepapers, videos, and popular job aids. The 10 most recently released documents include:
- 1832 – How to Help Americans Become Smarter About Money [Article]
- 1835 – Will Neobanks Take Over Small-Business Banking? [Article] LIL
- 1140 – What’s New in Cybersecurity and Cybercrime [Overview]
- 1142 – What Financial Institutions Can Do To Enhance Cybersecurity [Overview]
- 1620 – Protecting Employees from Workplace Discrimination and Harassment — New York State and New York City Requirements [Overview] PS
- 1625 – Protecting Employees from Workplace Discrimination and Harassment — California Requirements [Overview] PS
- 1830 – BAI Banking Outlook: Protecting Against Fraud [Infographic]
- 1831 – Buy Now, Pay Later Is Here To Stay [Article] LIL
- 1848 – Driving Loyalty with a Robust Mobile Banking App [Article] LIL
- 1850 – Personalized, Mobile-First Banking at Scale [Article] LIL
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Quarterly Regulatory Update July 28, 2022
Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to learn what you need to know about recent changes and any related issues, including BSA, lending and deposit concerns, and more.
Cybersecurity: Creating a culture of cyber-safety at financial institutions June 16, 2022
Discover what’s new in cyber threats and regulation. Explore the need to create and sustain a culture of cyber-safety. Learn to take advantage of tech advances to enhance protections for your financial institution. All of this and more will be covered in the complimentary webinar
Find out what’s new and how BAI can improve your training program May 12, 2022
This webinar provides an update on BAI’s recently released Small Business Lending courseware, newly released Mini-Courses and Documents, as well as an overview of our in-progress development efforts on Cybersecurity courseware. We also cover the success we are seeing organizations have with BAI’s new Documents functionality and Question Level Analytics reporting in the BAI Learning Manager.
June 1, 2022 | Comments Due
CFPB Invokes Dormant Authority to Examine Nonbank Companies Posing Risks to Consumers
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it is invoking a largely unused legal provision to examine nonbank financial companies that pose risks to consumers. The CFPB believes that utilizing this dormant authority will help protect consumers and level the playing field between banks and nonbanks. The CFPB is also seeking public comments on a procedural rule to make this process more transparent.
June 3, 2022 | Comments Due
FDIC Seeks Comment on Statement of Principles for Climate-Related Financial Risk Management for Large Financial Institutions
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today is requesting public comment on draft principles that would provide a high-level framework for the safe and sound management of exposures to climate-related financial risks. Although all financial institutions, regardless of size, may have material exposures to climate-related financial risks, these draft principles are intended for the largest financial institutions, those with over $100 billion in total consolidated assets. The draft principles were developed to support efforts underway by large financial institutions to consider key aspects of climate-related financial risk management.
Click here to look ahead with BAI’s 90 day regulatory outlook.