The Bank Administration Institute's 1996 compliance conference, which begins Monday in Orlando, features a heavy dose of technology in addition to more traditional topics.

The three-day event includes seminars on future compliance and risk management issues; hints from regulators, consultants, and bankers on how best to comply with various rules; and new software products. About 300 people are expected to attend the "Anticipating Change to Capitalize on Opportunities" conference.

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