What Do The New CCPA Regulations Mean For Your Financial Institution?

Financial compliance attorney Timothy Dunfey will explain the latest CCPA requirements. You will learn the specific steps your institution must take to comply.

Topics Covered

  • What are consumers’ rights under the CCPA?
  • How does CCPA differ from GLBA and GDPR?
  • What are the recent regulatory updates related to CCPA?
  • What steps should financial institutions take to ensure compliance?
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New CCPA Regulations for your institution. Learn how to comply.

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) provides information privacy rights to California citizens and affects financial institutions, including those outside the state. Proposition 24 passed in November 2020, imposing additional CCPA requirements with which you must comply.

CCPA differs from other privacy laws such as GLBA and GDPR. Financial institutions face unique issues in implementing these requirements.

  • What are consumers’ rights under the CCPA?
  • How does CCPA differ from GLBA and GDPR?
  • What are the recent regulatory updates related to CCPA?
  • What steps should financial institutions take to ensure compliance?
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Who Should Attend?
  • Compliance officers
  • Privacy officers
  • Business unit and department managers
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Timothy Dunfey
  • Financial crimes compliance attorney and consultant with over 20 years of experience in financial services management, sales, operations, and compliance
  • Currently overseeing legal and compliance matters for a credit card company
  • Previously Compliance Officer at Citibank, overseeing EDD for the highest risk customers, and Deputy BSA Officer at Great Florida Bank
  • As a consultant with Promontory Financial Group, represented boards regarding regulatory deficiencies, managed numerous FCC improvement projects, and conducted audits and risk assessments across a wide variety of financial institutions J.D. degree