Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Michael Steer: Coronavirus Highlights Need for Pandemic Planning

Nearly all companies have engaged in some form of business continuity planning. Generally, this exercise centers around developing contingency plans for maintaining normal operations in the face of a natural disaster or IT outage. However, with concerns surrounding coronavirus sending shockwaves throughout the U.S. and global economies, mortgage companies would be well advised to add pandemics to their list of events that could disrupt normal operations, as this specific type of incident poses unique challenges.

Michael Steer: Coronavirus Highlights Need for Pandemic Planning

With concerns surrounding coronavirus sending shockwaves throughout the U.S. and global economies, mortgage companies would be well advised to add pandemics to their list of events that could disrupt normal operations, as this specific type of incident poses unique challenges.

Michael Steer: Coronavirus Highlights Need for Pandemic Planning

Nearly all companies have engaged in some form of business continuity planning. Generally, this exercise centers around developing contingency plans for maintaining normal operations in the face of a natural disaster or IT outage.

Michael Steer: Coronavirus Highlights Need for Pandemic Planning

Nearly all companies have engaged in some form of business continuity planning. Generally, this exercise centers around developing contingency plans for maintaining normal operations in the face of a natural disaster or IT outage. However, with concerns surrounding coronavirus sending shockwaves throughout the U.S. and global economies, mortgage companies would be well advised to add pandemics to their list of events that could disrupt normal operations, as this specific type of incident poses unique challenges.