Educating and Mentoring Your Team
Bringing customized education and coaching to keep your team informed on the latest compliance regulations.
We train, coach, and mentor your staff and executives to help them understand their responsibilities and build the skills necessary to foster an institution-wide culture of compliance.
Creating and sustaining a culture of compliance starts with ensuring that all employees, from board members to the bank’s frontline staff, thoroughly understand compliance rules and regulations and know their obligations.
TCA has been conducting formal and informal training since the inception of the company 30 years ago.
During every engagement, we take the opportunity to coach your compliance professionals and impart the knowledge we have.
We also provide formal education in all aspects of compliance and develop training, presentation materials, and targeted classes that conform to your needs and address your bank’s unique vulnerabilities.
Sometimes, it’s as simple as training the frontline staff on the compliance requirements associated with opening a savings account. Some ask us to mentor new compliance officers and broaden their skills.
Others seek reinforcement training for board members concerning their oversight role. That may entail detailing the emerging regulatory landscape and illustrating how nurturing a culture of compliance intersects with keeping the bank competitive serves as a trusted asset in its community.
No matter your education needs, TCA provides A Better Way to develop your bank’s intellectual capital.
Key deliverables include:
- Providing live or remote training sessions tailored to your bank’s needs.
- Conveying clear and relatable communication of regulatory requirements.
- Developing sensible recommendations and feasible implementation strategies.
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When dispositioning alerts from our automated BSA/AML monitoring system, how much information is enough?
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