What is VCM?
VCM is an outsourced compliance management solution that delivers expert support and allows you to reduce your bank’s risk and expenses.
Through our VCM program, we provide short-term or temporary help and solutions to specific compliance management and support challenges you face. We also offer full or partnered management of your CMS.
For more than a decade, we’ve provided VCM solutions for countless banks with unique requirements.
When you’re a VCM client, we assign an experienced, qualified compliance professional to work with you and your team. That person also serves as your liaison, connecting you to all of TCA’s compliance professionals and subject matter experts.
Visits can be either onsite or offsite or in a combination that fits your needs. We can adapt quickly to overcome unanticipated obstacles, whether they stem from changes within your bank or the world at large.
VCM helps you reduce risk and delivers A Better Way to manage your compliance challenges quickly and affordably.
Key Deliverables Include:
- Support to develop, implement, and manage an effective CMS
- Keep management and staff abreast of critical regulatory changes
- Immediate advice on critical issues through your assigned VCM
- Monthly meetings to discuss ongoing compliance concerns, address action items, establish next steps
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