Would anyone be willing to share their Bank's procedures for updating rates on their LOS and Core System?
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This is a checklist used by branch personnel who open/close a branch on a daily basis to organize an audit trail of processes followed to compliantly open and close the branch.
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With fundamental changes occurring in our industry from peer-to-peer payment to online mortgage companies, the financial services sector is undergoing tremendous changes. How do these changes impact your organization’s strategic plan for growth? How does one plan in a market that is being disrupted by technology, changing customer demands, and a volatile regulatory environment? Knowing the answers to these external factors can make a huge difference when asking key questions. For example, will spending more in marketing really create more client demand?
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We currently have Internal Controls audited by a third party and are considering taking it in house. Can anyone recommend a good source, guide or program that they use that would help us get started? Thanks
If your bank uses FIS for Bank operations, have you performed an independent review of IBS loan system and deposit originator front end input validation controls? Other than reviewing their SOC reports, have you performed any independent reviews around input validation, interface controls between FIS and your bank, etc.?
Finally, have you performed an assessment of the roles, entitlements, and potential SOD issues; not just within a specific module, but across the platform?
Would appreciate any insight, findings, and documentation you can share.
Good morning, Bankers! Today we are discussing the findings in the FS-ISAC's June Risk Summary Report. This post originally appeared on the Ncontracts blog.
Financial institutions need to continue to pay close attention to third-party access points, control objectives, reporting, monitoring, and gap analysis for the foreseeable future, according to an article in the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center’s (FS-ISAC) June Risk Summary Report...
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Would anyone be willing to share their procedures or logs for dual control processes such as mail, night drop, negotiable instruments, and vault access? I'd also like to know how you confirm items such as mail are opened under dual control verses having one individual checking mail and another department processing deposits.
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Hello! I am wondering what others are doing as far as an Accounting / Financial Reporting Policy. We are a small bank - 250 asset sized - and struggling with coming up with a policy that speaks to the recommendation we have had from our internal auditors to formally document this. As an example, we are a lean bank, and therefore may not have the third person "check" in all instances for example. If someone of similar size had a template they would be willing to share, it would be much appreciate. We really just need a starting point to get this going. Thank you!
This is part 3 of a 5-part blog series where we discuss what the agencies look for regarding vendor management.
This post was originally published on May 2, 2017 at the Ncontracts blog.
Today we are looking at the NCUA’s approach to vendor management, to better understand what the agency really wants from FIs.
The NCUA outlines its expectations in Supervisory Letter No.: 07-01, Evaluating Third Party Relationships. Its guidance is based on three key concepts:
Risk assessment should begin by looking within. A credit union should...
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Since we do not do a "pre-closing review" we are working on enhancing the review process on the back end. We are beginning to do a loan and deposit quality control where the collateral, note and system setup is verified and then a full audit is completed on a sample of those, which includes TRID, TILA, etc. What are other Institutions doing that are over 500mil? Can anyone share their procedures and number of staff for their structure? We have a high application volume with Indirect Lending and need some ideas to manage the workload.
I am looking for a template, or some general guidance in building a Risk and Controls Library that focuses on Fair Lending and UDAAP. The objective is to start with the high overview Risks, and trickle down to all applicable controls. If anyone has any guidance that would be greatly appreciated.