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Upcoming Live Webinars about Compliance

WednesdayNovember 13, 2019
 

Currency Transaction Reporting: Line-by-Line

WednesdayNovember 13, 2019
 

SAR: Line-by-Line

SAR: Line-by-Line

During the webinar you will review line-by-line the text fields and requirements to complete the SAR. There are fields for cybercrimes, notes to FinCEN and narrative instructions.

ThursdayNovember 14, 2019
 

HMDA Tips and Year End Prep

TuesdayNovember 19, 2019
 

Managing Unauthorized ACH Items

Managing Unauthorized ACH Items

When your bank receives a claim that an ACH charge to a customer’s account was unauthorized, you have to respond correctly and your customer expects swift results.

ThursdayNovember 21, 2019
 

HMDA – Thresholds, Exemptions, Temporary, Partial – How It A

TuesdayDecember 03, 2019
 

CRA Success: Business and Ag Lending

CRA Success: Business and Ag Lending

Small business and small farm lending is important to Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) success regardless of bank asset size: small bank, intermediate small or large bank.

WednesdayDecember 04, 2019
 

Nonresident Aliens Deposit Customers: FTIN, US TIN and Inte

ThursdayDecember 05, 2019
 

UDAAP, the Risk is Real

UDAAP, the Risk is Real

Paraphrased, here is what one circuit court said, “consumers are protected from a company’s deception, even if they never actually read its disclosures.” The world of compliance is different when you consider UDAAP whether with one or two “A’s”.

WednesdayDecember 11, 2019
 

New Regulatory Capital Rules for Community Banks

On-Demand Webinars about Compliance

Recorded on March 17, 2010
 

X Marks the Spot: Auditing for RESPA

X Marks the Spot: Auditing for RESPA

Without the assistance of an "official staff commentary," understanding HUD's Reg. X, RESPA, is like going on a treasure hunt without the map. Performing a compliance audit for RESPA can be filled with trap doors and snares.

Recorded on February 17, 2010
 

Cyber-Education/Awareness for your Customers

Cyber-Education/Awareness for your Customers

Have you evaluated your customer awareness program? The FFIEC authentication guidance issued several years ago tells us "Financial institutions have made, and should continue to make, efforts to educate their customers.

Recorded on February 10, 2010
 

Reg Z New Rules for Private Education Loans

Recorded on February 08, 2010
 

The Non-Credit Card Provisions of the Fed's Credit CARD Act Final

Recorded on November 18, 2009
 

Speedier Lending with e-Disclosures

Speedier Lending with e-Disclosures

This webinar will follow the loan disclosure process from beginning to end and map out how E-SIGN can align with the workflow, giving you all the information you need in order to plan for low risk e-delivery or to review e-delivery systems already in

Recorded on October 07, 2009
 

Blocking Internet Gambling

Blocking Internet Gambling

In this webinar, you will get the information you will need for policies and procedures to block payments to illegal Internet gambling operations.

Recorded on May 19, 2009
 

Compliant Collections in Complicated Times

Compliant Collections in Complicated Times

Your collection program can influence your CRA rating in more than one way as well. Collections is ripe for fair lending risks. You must ensure that all customers are treated equally. We'll discuss how to do that.

Recorded on April 23, 2009
 

Legal Issues involved in Collection

Legal Issues involved in Collection

Making a mistake in the collection process can mean the loss of rights to go after the debtor and the collateral. This webcast seminar will address all legal issues involved in the collection process.

Recorded on February 01, 2009
 

Reg Z Revised Open End Credit Rules

Reg Z Revised Open End Credit Rules

The new Regulation Z rules are the result of several years of effort by the Federal Reserve Board to improve the effectiveness of the disclosures for open-end credit.

Recorded on August 01, 2006
 

Right of Setoff

Right of Setoff

The program is designed for personnel within a financial institution who may be involved in decisions regarding setoffs, as well as the process of completing the remedy of setoff, including loan officers, operations officers, legal counsel, and compl

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