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CSBS Releases New Compliance Tools

Phil Hall
Aug 21, 2019
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) named Jim Payne, director of examinations and assistant deputy commissioner for the Consumer and Mortgage Lending Division of the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner, as the new Nationwide Multistat

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) is now offering three new online tools designed to help financial institutions deal with the state regulatory systems and ensure cybersecurity.
The tools include a portal of state agency guidance for nonbanks, an interactive map of agent-of-the-payee exemptions from money transmission laws, a cybersecurity 101 resource center that provides a non-technical guide and related information to assist banks and non-banks in developing cybersecurity programs. The new tools are part of the CSBS Vision 2020 initiative that aims to modernize non-bank licensing and supervision.
“As financial services develop technology to provide innovative products, state regulators are bringing new tools online to help industry ensure compliance and protect consumer data,” said John Ryan, CSBS president and chief executive officer.

Aug 21, 2019
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