1. Record Retention: Hoarding Can Be Dangerous

Record Retention: Hoarding Can Be Dangerous

Leading compliance expert Coppelia Padgett will provide a roadmap through this regulatory and practical maze. You will learn how to build a record retention program that minimizes risk while remaining consistent, practical, and legally compliant.
Event ID: 2171352
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Recorded on 2/27/2020
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Coppelia Padgett, regulatory compliance consultant and former federal examiner
Credits: Live webinar approved for 1.5 NASBA credit hours (Management Services)

Record Retention: Hoarding Can Be Dangerous

You probably face challenges related to records management, including:

  • Complying with state and federal laws and regulations
  • Managing large volumes of data
  • Figuring out what you must keep and what you should discard
  • Training your team to embrace record retention procedures

To minimize risk, you need to build an effective record retention program with a framework of policies and schedules tailored to your institution.

  • How should you conduct an assessment of record retention needs?
  • What records should you keep? Which should you discard?
  • What record retention policies and procedures are most important?
  • How can you monitor and ensure compliance?
  • How long should you retain records, based on type and use?
  • What safeguards should you put in place to minimize risk?
  • What are the industry best practices for record retention?
  • How can you reduce costs and risk by destroying records more quickly?
  • What are the emerging retention issues related to electronic and social media?

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