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Regulatory Strategy

  • Economic recovery and increased regulation are helping to drive innovation, collaboration and establishment of a culture of compliance. We equip senior management and Board members with the foundation and insights to reduce risk and remain compliant. Whether its emerging regulations, latest industry best practices or regulatory oversight trends to direct strategy, we help customers operate within new and existing regulations in ways that protect, enhance and create value, and drive sustainable growth

    As a trusted business advisor, we work in partnership with our customers to deliver tailored, practical solutions aimed at mitigating current and potential risks to their organizations.

    Regulatory Strategy
    • Agency Relations
    • Research Projects
    • Adjustment Advice for Change in Regulator
    • Mock CFPB Exam Administration
    • Compliance Plan Creation for New Requirements
    • Mystery Shopping
    • Due Diligence
    • Research Projects; Regulatory, Legal/Judicial Procedure, Licensing
    Regulatory Training for Staff and Board Members
    • Regulatory Training for Operations Staff
    Compliance Examination Assistance
    • Preparation
    • Mock Exam
    • Post-exam Remediation
      • Issues Tracking
      • Action Planning
    CRA Compliance Strategy
    • Qualified Investment & Services and Grants Review
    • Community Development Opportunity Identification or Evaluation
    • De Novo CRA Program Development Support
    Enterprise Risk Management
    • Risk Management Program Development or Gap Analysis to Industry Standards
    • Risk and Control Identification for Lines of Businesses
    • Staff and Board Training
    • Loss Event Program Review and Development
    • Critical Incident Management
    • Emerging Risk Identification
    Operational Risk Management
    • KRI Development
    • Reporting
    • Risk and Control Assessment
    • Policy and Procedure Development