Current Issue: November 2014
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In This Issue:
FIRST COLUMBIA BANK & TRUST CO. – RISING ABOVE THE STORM
We sit down with First Columbia Bank & Trust Company to learn more about the ways they give back to their community, including the rebuilding of Kidsburg – their award-winning service project.
CATO and fraud losses are on the rise for financial institutions. Partnering with SBS, we take a look at the threats community banks are facing and steps they can take to help ensure their safety.
FHFA Proposed Rule – Harmful to Your Membership in FHLBanks
Executive Order: Improving the Security of Consumer Financial Transactions
Repeal of Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Act Requires Operational Changes by Banking Institutions
Are Temporary Staffing Needs Causing You Full-Time Headaches?
Deep Wells, Deep Pockets, and Deep Impact
Are You Managing Your Vendors Like They Are Part of Your Own Organization?
Take Control: Don’t Become Involved In Occupational Fraud
Combating Data Breaches and Safeguarding Card Payments
21st Century Bank Heist
Planning Now Can Limit Future Data Breach Losses
Financial Institution Risks Uncovered How New Threats Are Impacting The Insurance Landscape
4 Ways to Avoid a Data Breach in 2015
Early Termination: Electricity Supply Contracts
News From You
Upcoming Monthly Editorial Topics & Themes
Interested in submitting an article for consideration to be published in Transactions? Please refer to the topics and themes below to assure that your article relates to that month’s issue.
Please note: the deadline for submission is the 5th of the preceding month. Monthly themes are subject to change.
For a printable pdf list of the 2014 Transactions editorial topics and themes, please CLICK HERE.
Government relations: Compliance, Regulatory, & Legal Issues - Articles on changes in the regulatory arena, compliance suggestions, and other issues to protect community banks. Also featuring an election recap.