I have a husband and daughter who have been appointed conservator for his wife (mom). According to the court documents the annual accounting to the court is waived. Can I open the account as joint for the husband and wife showing he and the daughter as conservators?
We need an advice for below situation. 1. Our customer cashed a check for $9,230 from another bank at one of our branches on 11/21/23. 2. On 11/27/23 we received a return for this item as Stop Payment. 3. On 11/28/23 we processed a late claim returned to Fed and received the credit from Fed same day. 4. On 1/19/24 we received a late returned debit from the Fed to deal directly with the other bank. We contacted the other bank as they insisted that it wasn't a late return. How can we resolve this situation and how we can ask other bank to pay us?
We have a business customer who had an employee negotiate their payroll checks a second time. This employee deposited their payroll checks through a mobile channel with their bank over a year ago and then deposited them again. They cleared our customers account because our duplicate detection only goes back a year. Our customer did not reconcile or review his accounts to notice the duplicate payments and wants to hold the bank responsible. They total about $11k. We already tried returning the checks for duplicate and as expected, they were returned for "Late Return". I am looking for any input as to how we can recoup the funds? The bank of first deposit (PNC) did take in stale dated checks as well as having their customer not adhere to mobile banking terms. Any input would be appreciated.
I am new to the compliance function so I apologize if this does not make sense. My question addresses Reg DD and a CD interest payment date vs. maturity date. Here is an example: a CD term is 6 months and interest is paid every 30 days. Since there are more/less than 30 days in some months the interest payment date does coincide with the maturity date, so there are generally a few days between these dates. I am unable to find anything in the TISA reg about this. How and when is interest paid in relation to the maturity of the CD?
I have a question about a CD special. The bank's rate sheet lists a 12-month CD as well as a 12-month CD Special that has a considerably higher interest rate/APY than the regular base CD. The bank also allows negotiation and will pay a higher rate to keep business. For the "special" and any other negotiated rate, the rate is only in effect for the initial term and at maturity will renew at the 12-month non-special rate. I'm looking at 1030.5; Comment 5(a)(1)-1 and I am thinking that advance notice would be required since the terms are changing upon the occurrence of an event (renewal). There is nothing on the TIS disclosing that the initial term is a promotional period and that the CD will renew at the lower non-special rate in effect. Am I thinking about this correctly?