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Fraud Management Committee
The Fraud Management Committee focuses on industry education, legislative and regulatory issues, and information sharing for consumer fraud issues within banks. The Committee is committed to taking a leadership role in providing members with an appropriate open forum to discuss best practices, emerging trends, offer networking opportunities and provide advocacy in the federal legislative and regulatory environment.
The Committee’s goals are to:
- Establish and refine industry best practices to combat and prevent fraud in the short and long term.
- Provide guidance to the industry for navigating the uncertainty of the regulatory and legislative environment and to shape the future of regulation and reform.
- Develop appropriate and useful Fraud-related industry information sharing practices, in support of consumer banking and a safer payments ecosystem.
For more information about the mission and goals of CBA's Fraud Management Committee, contact Allison Heimberg or call (202) 552-6365. For information about participating on the Committee, contact Kevin O'Connor or call (202) 552-6376.