Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL)
Customer Due Diligence
Sales Culture in Retail Banking (Cross-Selling)
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► Free Vendor Webinars Coming Up
ABA Endorsed Solutions providers will offer two free webinars for ABA members in the coming weeks:
Loan Logics will present "How to Get the Best Execution on Secondary Market Sales of Mortgage
Loans" on February 9.
Reverse Mortgage Financing will present "Using Home Equity to Close the Gap for a New Generation
of Retirees: A Compelling Alternative to a Standard HELOC, Refinance, or Home Purchase Loan"
on February 14.
ABA Endorsed Solutions are brought to members by the Corporation for American Banking, an ABA
subsidiary. Previously recorded webinars are available for download. Learn more about ABA Endorsed
ABA TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Reference Guide to Financial Crimes
The new ABA Reference Guide to Financial Crimes covers all manner of financial crimes for U.S. banking
professionals. This first-of-its-kind resource takes a holistic approach to financial crimes, explaining how various
types of fraud and money laundering methods are used by criminals to victimize banks and their customers. It
also provides specific details on current fraud tactics, money laundering and terrorist financing schemes, and
offers examples highlighting real life situations. The guide is a recommended study resource for the Certified
AML and Fraud Professional (CAFP) exam. ABA members will receive a $70 discount off the purchase price.
Pre-order the Reference Guide.
ABA, Wharton School Launch Leadership Lab for CEOs
ABA on December 7 announced that it is partnering with the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School to
launch the ABA-Wharton CEO Leadership Lab, a new educational offering designed exclusively for bank CEOs
Registration is now open for the new program, which takes place May 18-19, 2017, at Wharton’s Aresty Institute
of Executive Education in Philadelphia. The program is designed to provide an immersive experience taught by
top Wharton leadership faculty, including Mario Moussa, Sigal Barsade, Peter Cappelli, Kathy Pearson and
Michael Useem. To facilitate an intimate learning environment in which participants explore real-world challenges
and solutions, the lab is limited in size.
“Leadership is a journey, and that’s especially true in an industry as dynamic as banking where leaders are
continually tested by a rapidly changing operating environment and the risks and opportunities presented,” said
ABA's Jim Edrington. “The Leadership Lab is a bona fide brain trust – a place where Ivy League thought leaders
converge with elite industry execs on how to navigate changing regulations, disruptive innovation, shifting
demographics, customer engagement and other emerging issues.”