360factors Launches the American Bankers Association (ABA) Risk Library
Digital Collection of 800+ Risks, Based on ABA’s Risk Management Training Courses and Certification Programs, Now Available for free to Predict360 Customers with Active ABA Memberships
360factors, Inc., the industry leader in risk and compliance intelligence software for banks and financial services organizations, announced that the company has exclusively launched the American Bankers Association (ABA) Risk Library, a collection of over 200 risk categories and 800 risks that is free for Predict360 customers who are active ABA members.
This library of banking risks is pre-loaded into and distributed directly within Predict360, 360factors’ ABA-endorsed Risk and Compliance Software platform for banks, and helps banks improve their risk coverage and identify missing gaps in their risk assessments while offering a fast and efficient way to onboard quickly within Predict360 with industry best practices content provided by ABA.
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Additionally, ABA Members using Predict360 who desire training and context on banking risks taught by industry risk leaders can obtain training via the ABA Risk Management online certification courses, and that training will be consistent with the risk library delivered within Predict360. As ABA updates its risk management training courses with content for new and emerging risks, those updates are distributed automatically to Predict360 customers using the ABA Risk Library.
“360factors is excited to work with ABA to bring industry standard risks content to our banking customers at no additional costs,” said Carl McCauley, CEO of 360factors. “ABA is a powerhouse for the banking community, and we are thrilled to offer this set of risk standards and risk training options as part of our robust risk and compliance content offerings.”
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“ABA is pleased to collaborate with 360factors to incorporate aspects of our training into this unique library and enhance our members’ risk assessment,” said ABA Chief Member Engagement Officer Jim Edrington. “We look forward to adding value for members through our relationship with 360factors.”