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January 6, 2015 - Business Accounts Documentation and Procedures with Beneficial Ownership
Presented by Deborah Crawford
First, New/Proposed Beneficial Ownership rules will require you to run Customer Identification Programs on beneficial owners on legal entity customers. Second, FATCA rules on documenting foreign financial institution status with W-8BENE effective date is January 1, 2015. Learn more.






January 6, 2015 - FFIEC Cybersecurity Initiatives and Observations from the 2014 Assessments
Presented by Susan Orr
Recent FFIEC releases have reemphasized bank regulators' concerns over cybersecurity and increasing risks of significant attacks on financial institutions to compromise the wealth of customer personal financial data they hold. In this two-hour presentation, Susan Orr analyzes the most recent FFIEC cybersecurity release to help financial institutions understand their federal regulators expect to see in the institutions' information security programs. Learn more.






January 15, 2015 - The ABC's of IRAs - The Basic Ingredients
Presented by Patrice Konarik
'Tis the New Year and time to start opening IRAs. It comes up so fast you didn't even realize you needed training until the customers start doing their taxes and want to open IRAs at your financial institution. This seminar is designed to lose that "deer-in-the-headlights" look when they mention those three scary letters -"I-R-A". This 2 hour Webinar is designed to get you through those tough times, raise your comfort level and answer the basic questions of opening and contributing to an IRA plan. Learn more.






January 20, 2015 - B & Z Appraisal Rules - Getting Them Right
Presented by Jack Holzknecht
Appraisal rules in Regulations B and Z were revised effective January 18, 2014. Regulation B contains appraisal rules for credit secured by a first lien on a dwelling. Regulation Z appraisal rules apply to Higher-Priced Mortgage Loans (HPMLs). Both regulations require that the applicant receive a copy of all appraisals and a disclosure regarding the right to receive the appraisal; the requirements are similar, but not identical. Regulation Z also requires the creditor to obtain an appraisal for HPMLs and requires a second appraisal for certain HPMLs. The webinar explores the requirements of, and explains the differences between, the two regulations. Learn more.






January 21, 2015 - HMDA Soup to Nuts
Presented by David Dickinson
This webinar will cover HMDA requirements from "A to Z", step by step and is designed to help all lending personnel understand the when, where, what, why, and how of HMDA. Learn more.






January 22, 2015 - Navigating the Treacherous Waters of IRA Rollovers, Transfers and Beneficiary Payouts
Presented by Patrice Konarik
'Tis the New Year and time to start opening IRAs. It comes up so fast you didn't even realize you needed training until the customers start doing their taxes and want to open IRAs at your financial institution. This seminar is designed to lose that "deer-in-the-headlights" look when they mention those three scary letters -"I-R-A". This 2 hour Webinar is designed to get you through those tough times, raise your comfort level and answer the basic questions of opening and contributing to an IRA plan. Learn more.






January 28, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 1
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 5, 2015 - Annual Lending Compliance Recap
Presented by John Burnett and Andy Zavoina
"We don't know, what we don't know." That is a fact in your compliance life. It is also a fact that you are responsible whether you knew it or not. Because your banking life is hectic, things can slip through the cracks. Something was missed completely, it was put aside and forgotten, or a product, service or procedure in the bank changed and what was inconsequential before has an impact now. This webinar takes you quickly through the year so that you'll have the peace of mind that you do know what you need to know. Learn more.






February 9, 2015 - Annual Operations Compliance Recap
Presented by John Burnett
There was a lot of action on the Operations front in the last year. Have you got all the key operations compliance issues from 2014 under control? Is there something you missed? In our annual fast-paced review of operations compliance developments for the year, John will quickly hit all the highlights so you can tell whether you have covered all the major bases or still have things to do before digging into whatever 2015 will bring. Learn more.






February 10, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 2
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 10, 2015 - OFAC Compliance in 2014: Latest US Sanctions are the Most Complex Ever! - A Comprehensive Update
Presented by Tim White
Is your OFAC program keeping pace with the current acceleration of changes and increased complexities within the latest sanctions programs enforced by OFAC? The Sectorial Sanction Identification List (SSI) is far more complex than any previous OFAC program. The handling of SSI matches usually requires extensive due diligence on the specific details related to the payments and accounts that are involved (Screening is the easy part of this process). State Department and Treasury officials are talking about increasing the use of these new complex sanctions programs. This is likely our first glimpse of the next generation of sanctions "Smart Sanctions". By all indications sanctions program requirements will continue to be even more arduous. Learn more.






February 11, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 3
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 18, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 1V
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 19, 2015 - UDAAP - Auditing for Fairness? Deception? Abuse?
Presented by Patricia Cashman
Similar to an audit of "Fair Lending", an effective UDAAP audit is less about completing a checklist and more about assessing the effectiveness of the financial institution's compliance risk assessment and management program. But scoping and documenting such ethereal procedures can be a significant challenge to even the most seasoned auditor. Learn more.






February 20, 2015 - Opening Accounts for High Risk Customer: Documentation, Scripts and Risk Mitigation
Presented by Deborah Crawford
To bank or not to bank that is the question? Can we decide who to bank? And when we bank a high risk customer what should we look for? Is the customer, their customers or their transactions that create risk? Can this risk be mitigated? Or do we just need to get out of the high risk game? If we de-risk groups of customers will we be criticized by regulators? Or will we be criticized if we do not get out of these high risk accounts? Learn more.





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