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FFIEC: Social Media Compliance Risk Management Guidance. Presenters: Michael J. Wallace, Esq. President CLIX MG Inc. Thomas Hardy Chief Technology Officer, CLIX MG Inc. Michael Whitbeck President RMUPI. Social Media Statistics. 93% of marketers use social media for business

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Presenters michael j wallace esq president clix mg inc thomas hardy

FFIEC: Social Media Compliance Risk

Management Guidance

Presenters:

Michael J. Wallace, Esq.

President CLIX MG Inc.

Thomas Hardy

Chief Technology Officer, CLIX MG Inc.

Michael Whitbeck

President RMUPI


Social media statistics

Social Media Statistics

  • 93% of marketers use social media for business

  • Social Media is number 1 activity on the web

  • 45-54 age bracket is fastest growing on FB & Google +

  • YouTube reaches more 18-34 than any cable network

  • 189 Million FB users are mobile only


Ffiec 12 19 13 interagency teleconference definition of social media

FFIEC 12/19/13 Interagency Teleconference Definition of Social Media

“A form of interactive online communication in which users can generate and share content through text, images, audio, and/or video” Examples:

  • Company website (and all loan officer pages)

  • Micro-blogging sites(Facebook, LinkedIn; Google +, and Twitter)

  • Blog sites (Yelp)

  • Photo and video sites (e.g., Flickr and YouTube


Key messages takeaways

Key Messages/Takeaways

  • Existing compliance laws/regulations continue to apply to activities conducted through social media as they apply to activities conducted through other channels (CFPB- CMS)

  • Existing risk areas continue to be relevant – Consider particular ways social media can implicate those risk areas

  • Financial institutions will be expected to use the guidance in their efforts to adequately address risks raised by activities conducted via social media


Some regulations

Some Regulations

  • MAP Regulation N (24 months marketing material)

  • TILA/Regulation Z (Advertising of rates, terms)

  • FTC Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices

  • HMDA, ECOA – Anti Discrimination (Unique issue are links and group association. These may create perception and or regulatory problems)


Risks of social media

Risks of Social Media

Using Social Media

  • Regulatory: As stated above, all apply

  • Increase expenses of compliance: Reg. N 24 month requirement

  • Reputation & Brand dilution: Colors, fonts, tag lines, links and groups

  • Plagiarism, defamation: Improper use of copy-written material

  • Current CMS/review not optimized for Social Media.

    Not using Social Media

  • Competitivedisadvantage, missing increased profits

  • Alienation of Loan Officers and Employees

  • Consumer expectation of on-line presence

  • Increase of marketing expenses


Practical tips for compliance with ffiec guidelines

Practical Tips for Compliance with FFIEC Guidelines

Companies must have a written Social Media Policy

  • Employee Acknowledgment: Proof that it was read and agreed to.

  • Links/Groups: Not violate company anti-discrimination policies

  • Disclosure of SM: Base line

  • Clear and Concise: Indicate what is appropriate, provide guidance

  • Grading: Not required, but suggested.

    Companies must show regulators that it is implementing the SMP

  • Review of Use:Institute scheduleto review the SM based upon SMP

  • Prior approval of posts: Recommended

  • Archive: MAP Reg. N (24 months)

  • Feedback to Employees/Training: Encourage compliant use of SM

  • Reporting: Management and regulators


Presenters michael j wallace esq president clix mg inc thomas hardy

Demonstration

www.acuclix.com


Presenters michael j wallace esq president clix mg inc thomas hardy

Key Feature of AcuClix

Implements your SMP and complies with FFIEC/CFPB:

  • Review of Social Media, simple

  • Pre-approval of posts

  • Identifies links and groups for compliance

  • Reports for Employees, Management & Regulators

  • Archive for MAP Reg N (24 Months)

  • Library of forms, approved content, policies/procedures

    Uses technology to lower your compliance costs


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Questions?

Social Media Policy Template will be emailed to you.

Thank you very much


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