Retaining records is a vital part of safe and sound business practices for your financial institution. For financial institutions, the existence of both state and federal laws and regulations has complicated the matter even further. In the age of Big Data, businesses are struggling to manage mountains of records and successfully utilize that wealth of information to accomplish company goals. There are thousands of items with retention laws and regulations associated with them. And, figuring out what you have to keep and what you are supposed to get rid of keeps changing. Plus, there is the new world of electronic media-emails, Facebook, Twitter. How does electronic and social media figure in the record retention puzzle?
It's a complex area that can be difficult to wrap your arms around this subject. Join our expert, Coppelia Padgett, as she provides a roadmap through this regulatory and practical maze to help you understand and organize your record retention program so that it minimizes your risks, complies with legal and regulatory requirements and is workable, consistent and understandable.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Some of the many practical tips you'll take away from this webinar include:
- How to conduct an overall assessment of your record retention needs.
- How to recognize what records you should and should not be keeping.
- How to set up record retention policies & procedures and make sure you comply with them.
- How to schedule record retention by type, use and federal regulation.
- How to move from Record Retention to Data Management and Data Mining
- How to set up appropriate safeguards and risk management for your Data
- Steps to Help Improve Your Database Structure to Improve the Ease of Access
- Review Case Studies on Common Bank Data Problems & Solutions
- Bonus Topic: Disaster Preparation Lessons Learned from Recent Events
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for "Record Retention and Data Management: Practical Maintenance, Organization and Use" is Coppelia Padgett. Ms. Padgett brings 25 years of financial institution experience covering numerous facets of financial institution operations. She began her career as a compliance specialist for the FDIC working primarily out of Los Angeles. She left the FDIC to found the Triac Company in 1992. This consulting firm grew to serve the compliance needs of hundreds of financial institutions in Los Angeles and around the United States. Currently, Ms. Padgett currently works as an independent contractor and subject matter expert for leading regulatory and risk management firms from around the country. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tulsa with a degree in economics.