Consumer E-Payments Complying with Auditor's Standards Part II-Specific Payments Types

Overview:  The procedures provided in this session should not be construed as requirements for control implementation. The selection of controls and control implementation should be guided by the risk profile of the institution. Why should you Attend:Retail payment services expose financial institutions to numerous risks, including legal, compliance, strategic, operational, credit and liquidity. Depending on the complexity of retail payment system activit..

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B2B Payments in the US and Compliance Issues in 2016 by Compliance4all

Overview:  New regulations are going to dramatically increase banking charges and exporters are going to be impacted more than most. Coming on the heels of the banking crisis of 2008, Basel III is the latest attempt at creating a global set of regulations that assure the ability of banks to sustain credit losses in a financial downturn.Why should you Attend:Understand the intent of the Basel III AccordRecognize how the U.S. version of Basel III differs fr..

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Seminar on Protect your Organization with Healthcare Compliance Program 2016

Overview: The topics will begin with an introduction into the basic healthcare compliance infrastructure necessary to establish a comprehensive and proactive compliance program. It will progress throughout the sessions to discuss current government auditing agencies and audits that are underway, as well as an in-depth discussion of government agencies responsible for protecting the Medicare Trust Fund from Fraud, Waste and Abuse. Our participants ..

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Jeff Fox
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Scientists found DNA-like molecule that assemble itself

Chemists say they have found a way to make a DNA-like molecule assemble itself in a pond-like setting—potentially suggesting a key step in how life originated. The researchers actually worked with a simpler molecule, called pre-RNA. It’s hypothesized to have eventually evolved into DNA—one stopping point along the way having been the creation of a third substance, RNA, still used in the body to translate the code inscribed in DNA.

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Sildim Senoy
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