Are Regulatory Rule Changes Factored into your Policy Management Process?

Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | Time: 8 am PDT | 11 am EDT


With an ever-evolving regulatory landscape, organizations face huge challenges to keep in pace with new regulations, assess their impact, and respond to them promptly via updated controls such as internal policies. Managing these changes is particularly difficult if you don’t integrate them into your policy management process. A poorly managed process could result in organizational policies that are quickly forgotten, or become irrelevant, or outdated.

Join this webinar where experts discuss how to keep policies relevant and understood in the context of a changing regulatory landscape. Attendees will learn processes and the role of a supporting information technology architecture that enables the organization to keep policies current and relevant, as well as understood across the organization.

Key discussion points include:

  • Appreciating the importance of regulatory rule changes on your policies
  • Assessing the Impact of regulatory change, and managing policy updates accordingly
  • Gaining visibility and control over the policy changes
  • Implementing an information management technology architecture to support policy management
Patty P. Tehrani
Compliance Attorney and Founder
Policy Patty Toolkit

Ms. Tehrani, Esq., is an experienced compliance attorney and founder of the Policy Patty Toolkit. She has nearly 20 years’ experience in compliance including senior in-house roles at top financial institutions, authoring articles and blogs, and compliance consulting engagements. She recently released the CCO Toolkit Series 1.0 a compilation of guides she created on important compliance functions. She can provide subject-matter expertise on a wide range of legal and regulatory compliance and help organizations design, implement and administer governance, risk and compliance controls. Ms. Tehrani is a graduate of Binghamton University and earned her Juris Doctorate from American University, Washington College of Law. She is a member of the New York and US Supreme Court Bars.

Shua Saaqib

Ms. Saaqib has 10 years of experience in presales, business development and marketing roles in the information technology industry. At MetricStream, she primarily handles product marketing for Policy and Document Management, Case Management and the Corporate Compliance Solution. As part of the role, she is responsible for market analysis, product prioritizations, driving the marketing strategy and planning, competitive analysis, demand generation and sales enablement.

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  • Management Advisory Services: 1 CPE Credit
  • Program Delivery Method: Online
  • Program Level: Intermediate
  • Advance Preparation/Program Prerequisites: None

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