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    Opening Personal Accounts and FDIC Compliance: How to Avoid Estate Planning Consequences!

    Account opening mistakes could have irreparable consequences for your customer and possibly their heirs. This seminar takes a look at the legal issues of opening personal accounts and how styling those accounts could make it easy for estate planning or a total nightmare. This session will also assist customer contact staff in building a framework for addressing some difficult questions asked by your customer without giving tax or legal advice. Estate planning for your customer maybe affected by what you and your customer decide to do on a particular account.

    Advertising Compliance: What Marketers Need to Know About Regulatory Expectations

    This session will explore the rules that apply to all types of ads and how to incorporate those rules into your materials. You will learn the ways in which the Unfair Deceptive or Abusive Acts or Practices Act (UDAAP) and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) relate to your bank or credit union's advertisements. We will also explore the various regulatory bodies who have authority to create and enforce advertising rules, including: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).

    Bank Accounting, Operations, & Internal Controls: SOX, IFRS Standards & U.S. GAAP

    This webinar is the perfect introduction to, and refresher of, both basic bank accounting issues, as well as unique aspects of bank accounting. In only 90 minutes, Expert CPA Paul Sanchez will help you understand the challenges associated with accounting and regulatory capital regimes at your Financial Institution.

    2018 Call Report Series: New FFIEC 041 Call Report Changes

    This is Part III of our IV-part 2018 Call Report Series. This session covers recent FFIEC #041 Call Report changes, and continuously difficult items for this Report.

    Beware! Signature Card Danger Zones

    Sometimes the simplest error or typo can create legal ownership, insurance and access issues for your accountholder. If you do not sign the signature card on a joint account, it is not insured by either the FDIC. Or if you add notes to the cards or add signers after the fact, many times you can create liability for your financial institutions.