Regulatory Relationship Management: Planning, Organizing and Managing Examinations


In Part 2 of her multipart series on Regulatory Relationship Management (RRM) for banks, Ms. Sommerfield delves into best practices for preparing for and managing bank examinations. She briefly reviews the purpose and types of examinations, and provides practical steps for preparing for the exam and managing the process, using the principles of RRM as set forth in Part 1 of this series (see linked article). Ms. Sommerfield includes practical tips on keeping the examiners on task and avoiding scope creep. She expands on the uses of collaborative communications and makes recommendations for handling the exit meeting.

This article first appeared in the May 10, 2011 issue of BNA Banking Report and is reprinted with permission.

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