|Panelist(s) Info:||Terri Sands AAP, Founder - Secura Risk Management|
The use of social media to entice and engage with customers can have a negative impact on the financial institution’s reputation and ability to comply with regulatory guidance. The use of social media among financial institutions has increased significantly over the past several years with convenient outlets including Facebook sites, Tweeting on Twitter, and publishing YouTube videos. In response to the social media frenzy, the FFIEC released the Social Media Consumer Compliance Risk Management guidance on December 11, 2013. The guidance requires institutions to develop a risk management program to address consumer compliance, operational, legal and reputational risks posed by social media activities. How does your financial institution use social media? Do you understand the regulatory guidance and expectations? Have you trained your employees on this requirement? Don’t miss this webinar and get connected to your responsibilities to comply.
This session will cover:
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Documenting Your Social Media Policy and Regulatory Expectations for Training
Recorded On: Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Price: $249.00* < Back To Details
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