A Guide for Reopening Financial Institutions in COVID-19
Air Date: May 18th, 2020
As the widespread effects of COVID-19 begin to slowly recede, reopening your financial institutions will be one of the most critical decisions within your organizations. COVID-19 is going to force branches to make changes when it comes to safety, and banks will struggle to accomplish banking functions in a post-COVID environment. This webinar presentation will assist banks in reviewing multiple challenges of reopening, including but not limited to:
Compliance with state and/or federal guidance in preparing the workplace for “reopening” to the public and your employees
- Identification of employee concerns and addressing safety needs
- Human Resources
- Preparing and auditing a COVID-19 reopening plan
- Procedural and operational changes
- Understanding of enterprise risks
Presenter: Elizabeth K. Madlem, Associate General Counsel
Elizabeth is an Associate General Counsel & Compliance Officer at Compliance Alliance. In the past, she served as both the Operations Compliance Manager and Enterprise Risk Manager for Washington Federal Bank, a $16 billion dollar organization headquartered in Seattle, WA. She has industry expertise and real-world solutions surrounding bank-enterprise initiatives as well as knowledge of contract law and bank regulatory compliance.
An attorney since 2010, Elizabeth was a Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Epsilon Sigma graduate of Saint Michael’s College in Burlington, VT, and a Juris Doctor from Valparaiso University School of Law in Indiana. Elizabeth will be handling C/A document reviews, participating in the Education department, and contributing as a featured author.