In today's global marketplace, banking organizations have greatly expanded the scope and complexity of their activities and face an ever-changing and increasingly complex regulatory environment. Furthermore, due to the consumer credit crisis, several high profile compliance breakdowns, and increased emphasis on consumer protection, the federal and state regulatory agencies, investors, legislators and the general public are focused on institutions' customer practices and regulatory compliance performance like never before. Moreover, a compliance failure can result in litigation, financial penalties, regulatory constraints and reputational damage that can strategically affect an organization.
PwC's bank regulatory compliance team is well qualified to assist banking companies in addressing these challenges and staying abreast of changing regulatory requirements, expectations and industry practices. We are the leader in providing regulatory compliance services to the US and global banking industry. Our highly qualified and experienced professionals provide a full range of regulatory compliance risk management services. We do not sell generic products or "one-size fits all" solutions. Instead, we offer practical regulatory compliance advice and solutions that are tailored to each client's individual business needs. We have a proven approach and have been at the forefront of the industry in developing innovative, low-cost approaches to managing and overseeing compliance risk. We also work closely with our global network to provide regulatory advisory services in a seamless manner across all geographic locations.
Our commitment to client service means that PwC brings the right skills and resources for your specific needs. Whether your needs relate generally to consumer compliance or are more specific to certain compliance areas—such as CRA, fair lending, AML, etc.—we bring the right people with the right experience. Similarly, from a business perspective, we have specialists with deep industry experience in specific banking areas—such as mortgage lending, credit card, commercial banking, etc.—to ensure that we hit the ground running with minimal start-up time.
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