Europe’s data privacy rules: What U.S. bankers need to know
Any bank that serves one European customer has to comply with the strict rules of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. This means honoring the right to be forgotten and the right to explicit consent every time a customer’s data is used in any way, among other things. And the penalty is a percentage of the bank’s annual gross revenue. This on-demand seminar will walk the audience through the toughest requirements of this data privacy rule.