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    2017 Deposit and Operations Compliance Hot Topics

    $219.00
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    This 90-minute webinar will help you develop a 2017 game plan to ensure your institution effectively and efficiently handles these changes. This session will help you determine where to focus your attention in 2017. We will discuss what should be on your priority list to keep you out of the hot seat with your regulators.

    Overview

    2016 was a year of many changes in the deposit and operations world.

    Final rules were issued for the Bank Secrecy Act, Regulation E, and ACH Operating Rules. The CFPB also released new guidance related to Elder Abuse and an institution's responsibilities to prevent and detect fraud. When assessing the impact of the new rules/guidance combined with the changing regulatory environment in so many other areas, it becomes even more critical to set your priorities early.

     

    Covered Topics

    You will learn what's new and trending with:

    =       New BSA Rules and Guidance

    =       New Prepaid Card Rules

    =       Arbitration

    =       Elder Abuse

    =       Same Day ACH Rules

    =       CyberSecurity

    =       CFPB 2 Year Agenda

    =       Significant Enforcement Actions for 2016

    =       Resource Management

    =       And much, much more...

     

    Who Should Attend

    This informative session is designed for all employees of the bank, including:

    • Customer Service Representatives
    • Branch Managers
    • Lenders
    • Personal Bankers
    • Tellers
    • Training
    • Branch Administration
    • Internal Auditor Managers
    • Internal Auditors
    • Compliance Officers
    • Back Office Personnel
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    Overview

    2016 was a year of many changes in the deposit and operations world.

    Final rules were issued for the Bank Secrecy Act, Regulation E, and ACH Operating Rules. The CFPB also released new guidance related to Elder Abuse and an institution's responsibilities to prevent and detect fraud. When assessing the impact of the new rules/guidance combined with the changing regulatory environment in so many other areas, it becomes even more critical to set your priorities early.

     

    Covered Topics

    You will learn what's new and trending with:

    =       New BSA Rules and Guidance

    =       New Prepaid Card Rules

    =       Arbitration

    =       Elder Abuse

    =       Same Day ACH Rules

    =       CyberSecurity

    =       CFPB 2 Year Agenda

    =       Significant Enforcement Actions for 2016

    =       Resource Management

    =       And much, much more...

     

    Who Should Attend

    This informative session is designed for all employees of the bank, including:

    • Customer Service Representatives
    • Branch Managers
    • Lenders
    • Personal Bankers
    • Tellers
    • Training
    • Branch Administration
    • Internal Auditor Managers
    • Internal Auditors
    • Compliance Officers
    • Back Office Personnel
    Products specifications
    CE Credits 2.5
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