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    Board of Director Training: Deposit and Bank Secrecy Act Compliance

    This Webinar provides a deposit and Bank Secrecy Act compliance foundation, which will build an understanding of regulatory requirements and allow them to use that knowledge during future regulatory discussions; including risk assessments, policies, audit reports, and examinations.

    Social Media & the Financial Workplace


    Companies, both big and small, are using social media platforms to advertise, market, network, conduct business, and communicate with customers, co-workers, and other organizations all around the world.  Yet, many of these businesses are unaware of the dangers and security issues associated with social media platforms, applications, and website features. 

    To coincide with evolving technology that your Financial Institution is using to conduct business, your Social Media Policies must be updated on a regular basis.  Learn how to keep your organization and employees safe on social media today!

    Managing Accounts and Records for Non-Resident Aliens: Opening, Identifying, Monitoring, & Tax Reporting

    This session will address the following questions about procedures and your bank: What does the law say about identifying nonresident aliens? What type of identification is being used around the country to open accounts? What are the proper procedures for W-8 reporting? What role does Office of Foreign Assets and Control (OFAC) play in your new accounts procedures? If these questions have not been answered to your satisfaction in your bank this session is a must.

    Business Continuity Planning: Your Disaster Survival Guide

    This session will explore all elements of your business continuity plan, including design, testing and implementation. Every financial institution should have a tested business continuity plan. This plan should prepare your institution for when something goes wrong. The potential for disaster is limitless, from short term software failure to long term facilities loss. Having a plan in place will help your institution deal with these disasters with confidence and in an effective and efficient manner.

    Elder Abuse: Identifying Investment Fraud & Preventing Financial Exploitation

    In this Webinar, you will learn about the signs of elder fraud and how to spot the red flags associated with these crimes. You will also learn about the responsibilities your FI has to intervene and report these crimes.

    2017 Consumer Credit Data Reporting Outlook: METRO2, E-OSCAR, & FCRA/FACTA/CFPB Compliance

    Reading consumer credit reports used to be simple! Today, with the average credit report exceeding 7 pages in length, it practically takes a forensics degree to decipher the data and material therein. Fear not, valiant banker, credit union staffer, or consumer! We'll help you become fluent in the language of credit reports faster than you can say, "Experian, Equifax, and Trans Union" (the BIG 3 National Credit Report Agencies (NCRAs). During this session we will analyze consumer credit reports from the NCRAs. We will review the different file formats of these reports, as well as the best add-on products available through each NCRA. We will discuss the differences in the credit report and scores that the consumer receives from an NCRA versus- the credit reports and scores that are used by your FI. Further, we will discuss issues related to credit scores and identity theft, as well as discussing red flags that will help you spot and prevent identity fraud. This session will also cover the CFPB studies that compelled the Fair Isaacs Company to rework their credit scoring models—a decision that affects every MODEL your FI will purchase from these agencies. Likewise, we'll examine how consumer fraud can be avoided at the beginning of the application process. And, of course, this program will take an exhaustive look at the myriad of issues related to the FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act), FACTA (Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act) amendment, and the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) rulings on creditor compliance. This 90-minute session is an invaluable resource for new and seasoned lenders, as well as an exceptional training tool for Customer Service Representatives who rely on consumer credit reports to open direct deposit accounts (DDA), consumer accounts, and commercial accounts.