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Financial Privacy Law Guide From CCH Eases Compliance Challenges
(RIVERWOODS, ILL., June 4, 2001) CCH INCORPORATED (CCH), a
leading provider of banking, securities and insurance law information now offers in a
single source authoritative coverage of the far-reaching and rapidly expanding area of
financial privacy law. The CCH Financial Privacy Law Guide delivers both
comprehensive explanatory and full-text treatment of the broad array of state and federal
laws that are reshaping financial privacy rights. ($895. To order, or for more
information, call 800-449-6435 or visit http://onlinestore.cch.com.)
"The financial services industry faces a significant challenge in keeping current
with the explosion of privacy laws, especially in the last couple of years," noted
CCH Business and Finance Group marketing manager Peggy Hayner. "Financial Privacy
Law Guide is the only resource that brings together in one place expert compliance
guidance, along with word-for-word federal and state laws and regulations, interpretative
releases and court cases."
New Guide Offers Fast Access to Wide Range of Information
CCHs Financial Privacy Law Guide is designed to be the complete,
comprehensive answer to the needs of financial services organizations which, since the
passage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, are faced with ever-changing and expanding
With Gramm-Leach-Bliley requirements at the core of Financial Privacy Law Guide,
the new two-volume resource then extends beyond, to additional areas of federal and state
Privacy rules for health records, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Bank Secrecy, the
Freedom of Information Act, Electronic Fund Transfers, Identity Theft, the Right to
Financial Privacy Act, tax matters privacy, International Privacy directives and state
privacy statutes (including emerging insurance privacy laws) are just some of the other
major topics within the product's scope.
Applicable regulations of the federal bank regulators, Federal Trade Commission,
Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, National Credit
Union Administration, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Health and Human Services
and other federal agencies are included.
Turn Information into Action with Ease
Federal laws, regulations and related materials are organized topically, with state
laws and regulations organized by state, for easy comparison among jurisdictions. The Guide
provides complete, "plain English" explanations, so you can quickly assess how
the acts and rules apply to your institution.
Monthly updates keep subscribers informed on rule adoptions and proposals, court
decisions and legislative activity in this fast-moving area of law. And, a handy monthly
report letter alerts subscribers to all pending federal and state developments pertaining
to financial privacy.
Useful tools will help you put information into action. Sample policies help
subscribers implement new procedures and develop action plans, while Q&A sections
provide real-life examples of how the laws apply in an organization.
Pricing and Availability
To order or for more information on Financial Privacy Law Guide, call
800-449-6435. The two-volume loose-leaf resource with monthly updates is $895 plus
additional tax, shipping and handling.
About CCH INCORPORATED
CCH has been tracking, reporting and analyzing financial law since 1914 and is the
publisher of industry-standard reference works such as Federal Banking Law Reports,
the Bank Compliance Guide, State Banking Law Reporter, Federal Securities Law
Reports, Commodity Futures Law Reporter, Blue Sky Law Reports and the Consumer Credit
Guide. CCH also owns Bankers Systems, Inc., a leading provider of solutions for
training, operations and regulatory compliance for the financial industry. CCH is a wholly
owned subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer North America. The CCH web site can be accessed at www.cch.com. The CCH Business and Finance
Group web site can be reached http://business.cch.com.
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