How to Execute Effective Remediation, Restitution, and Distribution Plans


On Demand  (Live Webcast date: 6/23/22)


Cost: Complimentary

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In the wake of the global financial crisis, pandemic and increasing regulatory scrutiny, institutions are consistently facing self-identified remediations and public consent order activity. It is imperative that organizations employ best practices to not only satisfy regulatory requirements, but also allow due diligence to achieve maximum outreach and successful distribution to current and past clients. 

Join this webcast to hear from a panel of regulatory experts on how to create and execute effective remediation, restitution and distribution plans. You will learn: 

  • Best practices for handling a remediation when faced with a regulatory enforcement challenge. 
  • Examples of common and complex remediation projects, and the common mistakes to avoid.
  • How to minimize staff stress and overcome knowledge bottlenecks for a limited-time project based remediation.
  • When is the right time to find a partner that can ensure you meet regulators and stakeholders requirements. 


Badri SridharManaging Director | FTI Consulting

Badri Sridhar is a Managing Director in the Financial Services practice, specializing in assisting financial institutions and their outside counsel with regulatory requirements related to consumer financial protection. Mr. Sridhar has over 14 years of experience in performing current state assessments of various banking processes, implementing regulatory change management initiatives, and presenting his findings and recommendations to C-Suite executives. This experience, complemented by his involvement leading cross-functional teams, has positioned Mr. Sridhar as a trusted advisor for clients of all sizes.

Mr. Sridhar’s experience has covered a variety of consumer financial protection regulations including the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), issues related to unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices (UDAAP) and reviews of compliance management systems. Further, he has extensive experience related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) including developing and implementing holistic solutions related to credit furnishing, credit dispute handling processes and complaints management.

Mr. Sridhar also has extensive experience with all phases of the system development lifecycle, including leading teams in the development of business requirements documentation (BRD), user acceptance testing (UAT) and reviews of system logic against regulatory expectations and business rules.

Further, Mr. Sridhar has implemented a regulatory change management program across all lines of business and more than 100 stakeholders for a top-three global bank. Activities included providing recommendations on change management operating models across several workstreams, developing change management system functionality requirements, and designing metrics and analytics to track progress against key milestones.

Mr. Sridhar holds a B.S. degree in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of New York.

Lauran Schultz | Managing Director | Epiq

Lauran Schultz’s current practice is principally focused on financial services remediation programs including internal, regulatory and civil litigation matters. Among other areas, these remediation efforts been related to deposit products, residential mortgage, vehicle financing, sales practices, small business banking, credit cards, prepaid cards, merchant services, military banking and wealth management investment advisory services. Schultz also provides notice expert services as Executive Director of Epiq’s Hilsoft Notifications subsidiary.

His educational background includes advanced study of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison along with a Ford Foundation fellowship from the Social Science Research Council and American Council of Learned Societies.

Schultz has provided consulting and oversight for the following settlement administration and notification programs:

Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection v. Nationstar Mortgage LLC, d/b/a Mr. Cooper, D. D.C., 1:20-cv-03550

In re Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation, E.D. NY, MDL No. 1720

Securities and Exchange Commission, In the Matter of Barclays Capital Inc., Release No. 90453

HAMP Restitution and Remediation Agreement between US Department of Justice and SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.

United States of America v. Toyota Motor Credit Corporation, W.D. Cal., 2:16-cv-00725

CFPB and USA v. National City Bank, W.D. Pa., 2:13-cv-01817

United States of America v. Wells Fargo Bank, NA, D. D.C., 1:12-cv-01150

In re: Checking Account Overdraft Litigation, S.D. Fla., MDL No. 2036

In re: Oil Spill by the Oil Rig “Deepwater Horizon” in the Gulf of Mexico, on April 20, 2010, E.D. La., MDL No. 2179

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