This webinar covers some of the more salient data points obtained through the survey, including which areas of regulation treasury struggles with the most and the specific aspects of the environment that practitioners are most concerned about.

2018 Compliance Survey Results

Presented by Strategic Treasurer

Date:     Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Time:     2:00PM – 3:00PM EST

Where:  This is an online event.

For nearly five years now, Strategic Treasurer has been conducting our Compliance & Bank Account Management Survey to identify the top regulatory challenges impacting treasury and evaluate the unique approaches used for overcoming compliance-related obstacles. In 2018, the overall compliance environment has continued to pose a major concern for practitioners, with the majority seeing the current landscape as more restrictive than historical norms and over half expecting regulations to continue increasing in size and scope over the next few years.

This webinar cover some of the more salient data points obtained through the survey, including which areas of regulation treasury struggles with the most and the specific aspects of the environment that practitioners are most concerned about. Areas of analysis will include sanctions screening and KYC requirements, FBAR, the use and traction of eBAM solutions, and the current strategies, practices, and plans that practitioners are leveraging to manage their compliance-related operations now and into the future.

1.2 CTP and FP&A re-certification credits will be given for attendance to this live webinar.

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