After attending this webinar, you will walk away with a deeper knowledge of Cash Management, conduct a risk assessment on any new products, and bring back ideas to your bank on how to market Cash Management products and services to your business clients. In addition, your team will also work better together knowing how critical each area is to the success of the implementation and sale of these products and services.
we will use a 10-Step Cybersecurity Checklist to review best practices your Institution can take to prevent cyber incidents from arising at all. We will review relevant laws and regulations, and examine case law trends.You will learn what types of cyber threats to expect, and how to properly train your personnel. We will also explore incident management and discuss the procedures you need to have in place so that you can immediately respond to a cyber incident.
Internal fraud risk assessments are critical to a credit union’s security posture. These assessments help the institution identity possible internal fraud and gaps in security. Best practices, resources, sound business practices and examples provided to help institutions perform effective assessments and improve internal controls. Takeways – resources and a checklist to developing an internal fraud RA.
Many account holders use trusts to plan for their estate, family, taxes, etc. When opening these special accounts, you need to know about proper documentation, CIP and signature card responsibilities. You must also understand the trustee(s) authority and duties and your financial institution’s responsibility and liability. This webinar will cover standard trust-opening procedures and many questions that arise as trusts and account holder situations change.
The focus of this interactive webinar is to limit your financial institution’s liability. This session outlines your responsibilities to the Federal Government if a beneficiary is deceased but still receiving benefit payments. The NACHA Operating Rules still apply when processing these payments but the Green Book outlines the exceptions when handling DNEs (Death Notification Entries) and Federal Government Reclamations.
Despite the fact that a majority of United States organizations have experienced a cyber-attack either directly or through a vendor, U.S. businesses do not consistently address cyber threats. This webinar will help: (1) you focus on what you can control to mitigate litigation and reputational risk; (2) your organization create a culture of cybersecurity continuity; and, (3) ensure everyone in your Institution understands the role s/he plays in protecting information, customers, assets, other employees, and your corporate mission.
A 10-Step Checklist will be used throughout the session to help you learn how to design, implement, and monitor an efficient Cybersecurity Program.
You will also receive a complimentary 9-part Toolkit to help your Institution comply with federal and state cyber laws.