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NYBA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Technology, Compliance, and Risk Management Conference, to be held October 13-15 at the Hilton Pearl River in Pearl River, New York.

The past year and a half have thrust technology concerns to the fore of banking’s top priorities for many reasons, including the widespread adoption of remote work and digital banking.  At the same time, cyberattacks and ransomware has dominated the headlines. All of these lightning speed developments have had compliance ripple effects that ultimately changed the game for risk management. As the industry tries to keep up with it all, our regulators are churning out new rules and regulations on a wide-range of topics from “beneficial owners” to climate risk.

So much has happened in our industry since our last Forum in 2019, and we have much to catch up on! Don’t miss this opportunity to join your peers in-person for important sessions and conversations, insights, and best practices.

The “Tech Forum” is geared toward IT, compliance, risk management, information security, audit, physical security and fraud management professionals for the latest on emerging trends, best practices, and regulatory guidance. From new regulatory mandates to cyber crime, technology planning, risk management and information security best practices, the Forum is a prime chance to explore issues important to your organization…and a great opportunity to meet one-on-one with vendors providing the latest technology, compliance and risk management solutions.

The momentum for NYBA’s 2021 conferences has been growing since we announced our Fall slate of programming for in-person events a few weeks ago. With unprecedented engagement, our recent survey of bankers overwhelmingly points toward a membership that is excited to join together again and discuss the important issues facing our industry today. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Clare Cusack
President & CEO
New York Bankers Association

  


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