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October 2010
Bank Technology News;Oct2010, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p12
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The article presents quotes from CCG Catalyst President Paul Schaus on the effort of banks to get in compliance and Gartner Analyst Doug McKibben on risk management requirements of Dood-Frank to enable banks to make improvements that will benefit the overall business.


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