Ken Golliher is a principal with Pegasus Educational Services, LLC., a training firm organized in 1996 with headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky. Pegasus specializes in technical and regulatory instruction for financial institution personnel. He is an experienced banker with a unique ability to reduce complex legal concepts to plain English. He has explained the "why" and "how" of regulations to thousands of financial institution personnel and examiners. Ken's banking career began in 1972 and includes serving as a teller, commercial operations manager and as trust department legal counsel in a state and a national bank. For ten years he headed the education division of a regional consulting firm for financial institutions. He has served on the faculty of the LSU Graduate School of Banking, the OTS' Level I Compliance School and the FDIC's Advanced Consumer Protection school for examiners. Ken has also been an instructor at compliance schools sponsored by the Illinois, Georgia, Indiana and Nebraska bankers associations.
A corporate CD signer passed away. The daughter and son would like to be added to said CD. On the State of Florida's Division of Corporations web site, both son and daughter are registered for the corporation. The daughter shows as a registered agent, and the son as officer/director plus there is a third person who is also as officer/director.
Can we add the daughter and son as signers on CD? Do we have to add the third person as well, or does a court document and/or trust need to be presented showing son/daughter/3rd person as either owners/trustees before adding the names?
I have asked a new customer to provide the business partnership agreement as part of my new account required documentation in order to open a business account. However, the customer is adamant that under partnership law, the general partner has the authority to direct its affairs. We can confirm both entities were organized in Texas on the Secretary of State's website. The customer says that should be sufficient for our requirement. Where can I confirm that it is not required to obtain?
Can a financial institution run Chexsystems on a business? Or do we run Chexsystems on all beneficial owners and signers upon written consent?
We have numerous business accounts that have accounts for the state lottery. Is there anything we are required to get per regulation from the business, i.e. lottery license?
the time the client established a relationship with the Bank?
Can a stop pay be placed on a cashiers check?
On interest bearing accounts, must a bank whether in person or via online e-disclosures provide a rate sheet to their clients or is this discretionary?
I am looking to incorporate some language within our membership handbook under the PATRIOT Act notice on questioning certain banking transactions. I have been searching the web but having difficulty finding anything. Something along the lines that " We may contact you regarding certain transactions that appear out of normal pattern", etc. Basically I would like to cover us for when we do reach out to a customer on unusual or just unexplainable transactions that do not appear usual?
If grantors of a trust are deceased, can the trustee's leave the SSN of the grantor as the tax ID for the account and can they make deposit into the account not payable to the trust specifically?
If we have a Revocable Trust and the Trustee dies, must the Successor Trustee have the Trust amended if they want to convert it into a Irrevocable Trust with an EIN?
We will open a new account. Where do they get the Trust amended?