Four Day Pitney partners will be speaking at the Bank Audit Committee Conference, "Insight on Oversight," on June 14 and 15 at the Marriott Chicago Downtown hotel. The partners are Ron Janis, Rod Rodriguez, Michael Dunne and Randy Rutherford.
They will be speaking on the following topics:
Ronald H. Janis
Regulatory Mandates: What Should Be on Every Audit Committee's Radar
Banks have been barraged by a myriad of regulations. This panel will review the status of new and pending regulations and help audit committees prioritize regulators' expectations and requirements.
Sabino "Rod" Rodriguez
Mars Versus Venus: Managing Outside Consultants
Learn how the audit committee can best manage its relationship with outside consultants, specifically the lawyers and auditors. When does it make sense to bring in outside advisers, and what questions should you be asking them?
As importantly, how can the board manage the cost of relying on outside consultants when budgets are tight? Gain tips from board members as well as the outside advisers themselves.
Being Easy on Customer Access May Be Risky Business: IT Risks for the Audit Committee
Remote Deposit Capture, e-Banking, Mobile Banking, Cloud Computing, SaaS, Debit Cards, and Electronic Payments all bring to mind "must have" competitive advantages for banks that are offered by IT resources.
For the board, they should also raise thoughts of the added potential for security breaches, corporate account captures, fraud, reputational risk, and real losses. This breakout will review the principal risks associated with bank IT resources, as well as provide a review of applicable laws and regulations, and the board's role in managing its institution's IT risks.
Randy Rutherford will be an adviser at the Bank Audit Committee Peer Exchange.