U.S. Elder Financial Exploitation Compliance

U.S. Elder Financial Exploitation Compliance

This IDC Perspective looks at new regulations around financial exploitation under FINRA and guidance issued by the CFPB, the key risks, and actions that can be taken to avoid the risks. Elder financial exploitation is a growing problem. By some estimates, losses related to elder financial exploitation run in the tens of billions of dollars. An aging U.S. population of individuals over age 65 will contribute to the continued growth of this problem. According to Steven D'Alfonso, research director, IDC Financial Insights, "Regulatory pressure around this issue is increasing with new regulations from FINRA and guidance from the CFPB. This document touches on what financial services firms should be doing now to address this important issue."

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Executive Snapshot
Situation Overview
Regulatory Pressure
CFPB Guidance
SEC and FINRA Exam Priorities
Key Risks and Considerations
FINRA Members
Banks and Credit Unions Under CFPB
Advice for the Technology Buyer
Develop a Vulnerable Adult Financial Exploitation Policy and Strategy
Identify Appropriate Analytical Tools
Implement a Training Program
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