Did you know that “RDC Risk Management”, as defined by FFIEC, actually applies to ATM, kiosks, cash vault, mobile, as well as branch and teller image capture?
Are you up-to-speed on the possible move of ATMs from RDC classification to centralized bank capture? How is your organization handling the “top 10” requirements of image-based risk management and image negotiability?
The fact is, check and payment processing is exposed to expanded risk in operational, regulatory, and compliance due to the complexities of the market. Anything related to “RDC” are targeted workflows by regulators. New automation technologies can help address these concerns, and address new opportunities around payment negotiability.
To address these challenges, please join us on Thursday:
New Innovations to Manage the Risk
& Fully Automate the Paper in RDC
Thursday, September 8th, 2016
2:00 PM – 2:45 PM (EST)
- What are the FFIEC guidelines, what do they pertain too, and how have they helped the industry
- What is new and how to address the critical risk elements of “the FFIEC checklist”
- Capture trends for the future
- Overview of future risk factors in RDC and capture
- Practical application of new technologies
- A new value proposition
One attendee will be chosen to receive a $25 AMEX Gift Card at the end of the webinar.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Ed McLaughlin is a recognized leader in imaging and payments technology. As the founder of Riverstone Consulting Partners and as a past Executive Director at RemoteDepositCapture.com, he has worked with both banks and technology companies to develop and implement RDC solutions.
Ed has been involved with early adopters of RDC, including Zions Bank, where he served as Vice President, and then with NetDeposit. His knowledge base extends beyond the operational considerations of RDC and into risk assessment and analysis, including FFIEC, auditing and fraud.