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June 28, 2016 - High Risk Customer Identification and Monitoring
Presented by Brian Crow
Once we identify our list of high risk customers, then what? How much enhanced due diligence is needed? What documentation should we require? These answers should be memorialized in policy and procedure and based on current guidance and the bank's assessment of its risks. The FFIEC BSA Examination Manual simply states that an institution should determine who its high risk customers are based on customer type, geography, transaction volume and product and service usage. It does not dictate a methodology for accomplishing this as the size complexity and risk profile of every institution varies. Learn more.






July 13, 2016 - Loan Estimate: Completion and Revision Estimate
Presented by Jerod Moyer
The new Loan Estimate -- now that you've spent the last 9 months completing it, you have it all figured out, right? With questions still coming up, join us for section-by-section, step-by-step instructions on how to complete the Loan Estimate. We'll cover what you MUST, may and may not do in relation to completing the form. We'll also talk tolerances and changed circumstances! Learn more.






July 13, 2016 - Internal Fraud Investigations
Presented by Barry Thompson
This webinar provides wealth of information on conducting internal fraud investigations for the community financial institution. This high-powered program will identify the situations that make an internal embezzlement probable. It arms you with the vital insights into who should or shouldn't conduct an investigation internally and tells you should outsource the investigation to reduce your liability. Learn more.






July 14, 2016 - Frontline BSA Training
Presented by Deborah Crawford
BSA frontline training includes CTRs, CIP, red flags for money laundering, and other suspicious activity, OFAC and more! Don't miss your chance to train your frontline. Learn more.






July 20, 2016 - Unauthorized ACH Claims Management
Presented by John Burnett
Unauthorized ACH transactions can be costly to your bank. The overlapping and sometimes contradictory requirements of Regulation E and NACHA's rules can make your error resolution task challenging. This webinar will give you the information you need to cut through the confusion and resolve the claim efficiently and correctly and help mitigate your losses. Learn more.






July 27, 2016 - Closing Disclosure: Completion and Revision
Presented by Jerod Moyer
The new Loan Estimate -- now that you've spent the last 9 months completing it, you have it all figured out, right? With questions still coming up, join us for section-by-section, step-by-step instructions on how to complete the Loan Estimate. We'll cover what you MUST, may and may not do in relation to completing the form. We'll also talk tolerances and changed circumstances! Learn more.






July 28, 2016 - Banking Third Party Payment Processors
Presented by Deborah Crawford
You may be banking third party payment processors (TPPPs) and in some instances you may not even realize it. Third party payment processors are considered high risk and you must follow BSA guidance in mitigating that risk. Learn more.






August 4, 2016 - Personal Accounts: Vital Questions
Presented by Deborah Crawford
Asking the right questions, then probing for the answers, will enable you to be sure you give your customers options that make sense for them. Getting your customer in the right type of ownership with the right fees and benefits is today's job one. This program will equip you with the right questions to ask, as well as the answers to the most commonly asked customer questions. Learn more.






August 9, 2016 - Complex challenges in the new HMDA rules
Presented by Kathleen Blanchard
Recent HMDA changes represent a major rewrite of the requirements with entirely new concepts and rules. The time to understand the rules and start planning is NOW. Do not think you can wait and look up instructions and definitions when you start to complete the LAR in 2018. The ability to gather data and report correctly for 2018 requires advance training and planning. This program dives deeper into the complexities. Learn more.






August 10, 2016 - TRID Audit Hot Spots
Presented by Jerod Moyer
It's time for auditors to get a taste of TRID! This webinar looks at the TRID requirements from the auditor's and examiner's perspectives We'll provide insight on what to look for and point out the likely areas for errors and violations. Whether it's confusion on the TRID application date vs. other regulations (ECOA or HMDA), the validity of changed circumstance, proper disclosure of construction loans or other Loan Estimate/Closing Disclosure completion hot spots, we've got you covered! Learn more.






August 15, 2016 - A - Z of Reg E
Presented by Andy Zavoina
Violations of Reg E aren't limited to claims processing. That is why you must be familiar with Reg E from 1005.01 all the way thru 1005.36. Large UDAP penalties were imposed because there was a disconnect between what was disclosed and what was actually being done by banks (yes, plural) on EFTs. A simple insertion of a bank requirement meant the boilerplate disclosure was wrong! There are many hazards on the EFT path. This is why it's good to take a breath and look at all of Reg E, disclosures, procedures and most certainly claims. This program will answer your questions in detail and dispel many of the urban myths that prevail in the world of Reg E. Learn more.






August 17, 2016 - Part I: Flood Insurance: Requirements and Best Practices
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Flood insurance continues to be a hot topic with the regulators and that means it remains one of the highest priority components of a compliance program. The Biggert-Waters Act of 2012 and the most recent Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 have added to the complexity of these requirements. This two-part webinar covers all the complex requirements of the underlying Act and all the amendments. Learn more.






August 23, 2016 - Same-Day ACH: Are you ready?
Presented by Rayleen Pirnie
NACHA approved Same-Day ACH to be rolled out over the course of the next three years, with phase one going into effect in September 2016, in response to the need for faster electronic payments and settlement. Same-Day ACH will present some challenges for community banks who don't start planning now for the required changes to processing and settlement. Learn more.






August 23, 2016 - Part II: Flood Insurance: Requirements and Best Practices
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Flood insurance continues to be a hot topic with the regulators and that means it remains one of the highest priority components of a compliance program. The Biggert-Waters Act of 2012 and the most recent Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 have added to the complexity of these requirements. Learn more.






August 26, 2016 - Opening Entity Accounts (updated for the new CDD rules)
Presented by Deborah Crawford
This program will help your design and develop procedures to open accounts for legal entities of all types. It will also address how new Bank Secrecy Act rules covering Customer Due Diligence will greatly impact your business accounts procedures. Learn more.






October 6, 2016 - Wire Transfer Fraud - $$$$$
Presented by Rayleen Pirnie
Wire transfer fraud is a multi-million dollar "business." Organized crime groups continue to profit from wire fraud, especially in recent scams where they cleverly dupe a company's authorized person into sending a wire transfer. In some cases, the losses fall not only on customers, but also on their banks. This webinar will help you learn to identify the most common forms of wire fraud and what you can do to prevent losses. Learn more.





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