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NYBA has been monitoring the situation around the coronavirus very closely. While we appreciate how important our Technology, Compliance & Risk Management Forum (May 18-20, Pearl River) is to our members, NYBA’s has made the decision to postpone the Forum to December 2-4, 2020.

We recognize the challenges this may cause, and we apologize for the inconvenience; however, we join with our banks in prioritizing the health and safety of our members, our employees and our community. Thank you for your understanding.

Please click here for NYBA's Coronavirus resource page for frequently updated, helpful information.

New York’s Forum for addressing challenges on many fronts.

Cyber threats against banks have become increasingly sophisticated and insidious and present new challenges daily for financial institutions. Regulatory expectations continue to evolve and require that your compliance efforts keep pace. Join your peers for important conversations, insights and best practices.

Targeted to:

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.

“My team agrees that this NYBA Forum is on our short list of favorite, most informative conferences.”

– CIO, $2.5 billion bank

NYBA’s well-attended Technology, Compliance & Risk Management Forum is tailored to maximize banker-to-vendor interaction.
All meals, breaks and receptions are held in the exhibit area.  Vendors are encouraged to attend sessions, sit with the bankers at meals and participate in discussions.

Opportunities for bank service providers include:

  • Exhibiting: the lively exhibit hall provides your firm with the opportunity to showcase your products and services to a wide cross-section of New York financial institutions. 
  • Sponsoring: raise your firm’s profile by sponsoring an event.
    Sponsorships range from $1000 to $4000.


  • Pre-Conference Session: State Compliance Roundtable Discussion
  • Pre-Conference Session: Cyber Security Assessments and Controls
  • Keynote with Patti Blenden, ABA Distinguished Award winner, 2018
  • The Next Five Technology Challenges Facing Banks
  • NYPD Cybersecurity Initiatives
  • Current Hot Topics in Business Continuity Planning
  • Cryptocurrency, the Blockchain and the Dark Web
  • Leveraging Digital, Mobile and P2P Payments
  • How Fraud is Changing in the Post-EMV Environment
  • Integrating Information Technology Risk into Enterprise Risk Management
  • National Cybersecurity Assessments and Technical Services (NCATS)
  • NYS / NYC Sexual Harassment Requirements and Risks
  • Top 10 List of Mistakes Banks Make Regarding Residential Mortgage Compliance
  • Cloud Security
  • Vendor Risk Management: Navigating the Evolving Regulatory Landscape
  • Model Risk
  • Conducting Product Risk Assessments
  • Restraining Notices, Information Subpoenas, and Levies
  • BSA Best Practices: Community Bank Panel Discussion
  • Panel Discussion: Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
  • Plus “Early Bird” breakfast discussions on various topics
Thank you to Our 2019 Sponsors

ASV Technologies
Atec Group
BBH Solutions
Freed Maxick CPAs
Milliman, Inc.

RSK Compliance Solutions, LLC
Wolf & Company, P.C.


Kim Mendelsohn