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The Impact of Leadership on Successful Staff Development

By Keith Hughey, Senior Consultant

With increased regulatory expectations, new technologies and changing service expectations, it’s important for financial institutions to provide ongoing staff development opportunities that enable employees to maintain the knowledge and skills they need to do their jobs effectively. And while most organizations realize the importance of providing training resources, the success of staff development efforts greatly depends on the value management places on maintaining an environment of learning and professional growth at all levels of the organization. 

 

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While Regulators Delay Overdraft Ruling, Consistent Focus on Full Disclosure Remains Key to Maintaining Compliant Program

As the CFPB continues to determine which direction it will take with overdraft programs, it is in the best interest of financial institutions to maintain compliant practices to avoid procedures that are harmful to consumers.  

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Keep Your Branch Relevant as Account Holder Service Expectations Change

By Ron Jennings, Executive Vice President

As online and digital technology continue to provide consumers with alternative ways to complete financial transactions, the number of lobby teller line interactions is declining. Learn how an evaluation of your existing branch functionality – location, business volume, operating costs, service delivery options, staffing and service quality can keep your facilities thriving and relevant for account holders, both now and in the future.

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Compliance Corner: CFPB Releases New Study on Payday Loans
One of the top issues on the regulatory agenda for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is new rules for the payday loan market. A recent study released by the CFPB outlines its key concerns regarding how payday loans affect consumers. Read more
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Overcoming the Barriers to Effective Leadership to Achieve Positive Results

By J. Keith Hughey, Senior Consultant


When decisions made at the top result in unintended consequences, staff morale and overall performance can be negatively affected. In an ever-changing, fast-paced business environment, financial institution leaders must be open to changing the way they look at things in order to succeed. Read more
Succession Planning is an Essential Element of Meeting Strategic Goals

By Charles Shanley, SPHR, CFS, Executive Vice President, Recruitment Services and J. Keith Hughey, Senior Consultant

For many organizations, a succession plan is developed to be used solely in the event of the departure of a C-level executive. But on-going attention to this important planning process can boost internal staff development processes in order to provide long-term continuity of culture and strategic awareness. Read more
Leveraging Human Capital to Achieve Your Strategic Vision and Goals

By J. Keith Hughey, Senior Consultant

As a leader, you may have a keen sense of where your institution needs to be to remain competitive; but you can’t get there alone. By sharing your vision and creating a sense of teamwork among employees, you can more effectively reach your ultimate performance objectives. Read more
JMFA Compliance Team Meets with Regulators Regarding Overdraft Solutions
Meeting opens dialogue as regulators contemplate new regulations

By Cheryl Lawson, EVP-Compliance Review

In a recent meeting with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) JMFA’s Compliance team discussed the benefits that fully-disclosed overdraft programs provide for consumers when they experience financial difficulties. Regulators were receptive to our account holder education materials and risk-avoidance strategies for financial institutions.

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