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Recorded on June 27, 2018
 

Dodd-Frank Rollback, What this New Law Means to You

Dodd-Frank Rollback, What this New Law Means to You

Call it S.2155, Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act, EGRRCPA, or Public Law No: 115-174, deregulation by any other name is just as sweet. The sour part is, deregulation will be more work in the short run.

Recorded on May 30, 2018
 

A Banker’s Guide to Important Check Issues

Recorded on May 16, 2018
 

Beyond Disaster Recovery: Cyber Incident Response

Beyond Disaster Recovery: Cyber Incident Response

What you don’t know about Cyber Incident Response can cause more risk and damage than the incident. Cyber-attacks affect the entire bank and every function; it’s not just an I.T. problem. Successful response plans go beyond technology.

Recorded on March 22, 2018
 

A to Z of Reg E

A to Z of Reg E

We all know that when we think of Reg E, we think of claims. But violations of Reg E happen outside of claims processing. You must be familiar with Reg E from § 1005.01 all the way through 1005.36.

Recorded on March 01, 2018
 

New Account Interview: Updated for New CDD Requirements

New Account Interview: Updated for New CDD Requirements

FinCEN says that “Banks specifically are expected to “obtain information at account opening sufficient to develop an understanding of normal and expected activity for the customer’s occupation or business operations.” In short, to understand the typ

Recorded on February 22, 2018
 

Is Your Website Ready for an Audit

Is Your Website Ready for an Audit

Websites are not a secondary means of advertising or information delivery. Risks are increasing as banks increase the functionality of their sites and customers go to their web addresses more than their branches.

Recorded on February 15, 2018
 

New Twists on Wire Transfer Fraud

Recorded on January 24, 2018
 

Bank Obligations to ID Theft Victims

Recorded on December 12, 2017
 

Military Lending – Banks Keep Getting it Wrong

Military Lending – Banks Keep Getting it Wrong

The Military Lending Act rules changed in October of both 2016 and 2017. I still see questions pop-up on MLA procedures and some banks are spending money needlessly complying with old and new rules.

Recorded on December 11, 2017
 

Telling Your Customer to Take a Hike!

Telling Your Customer to Take a Hike!

Are you banking the “customer from hell”? Why? Sometimes you need to un-bank an individual or entity, or even refuse to open an account in the first place.

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