Frontline credit union staff might be focused on member service, but there are many compliance requirements that come with the job. That’s why the New York Credit Union Association is again offering the seven-part Frontline Compliance webinar series. This online series will help frontline staff stay up-to-date on the latest rules, regulations and laws impacting their day-to-day functions.
Participants who complete all seven sessions will earn their Frontline Compliance Specialist certification!
Session 1: Share Insurance - March 15
Session 2: Truth in Savings Act - March 20
Session 3: Regulation Z - April 1
Session 4: Regulation B/Fair Credit Reporting Act - April 17
Session 5: Bank Secrecy Act - May 8
Session 6: Account Ownership - May 23
Session 7: Share Draft Basics - June 5
*Can't attend one of the live webinars? Don't worry! An on demand version will be available to anyone that cannot attend a live webinar.*
SESSION SIX: ACCOUNT OWNERSHIP
- What issues impact joint-account ownership?
- How should you deal with business accounts?
- What should you look for when opening trust accounts, estate accounts, UTMAs, etc.?
Educational Investment for the 7-Webinar Series:
$399 per Credit Union with Assets Up to $50 Million
$499 per Credit Union with Assets $50 - $100 Million
$599 per Credit Union with Assets Over $100 Million
Registration Deadline: March 1, 2019
Who Should Participate:
This session is open to all front-line staff from Association-affiliated credit unions.
Linda Bow has been in the regulatory compliance environment for almost 30 years. In addition to holding her CRCM, Bow holds a master’s degree in business ethics and compliance, and is a graduate of the ABA Stonier School of Banking with a Wharton School Leadership certification.
Her extensive knowledge base is enhanced with her broad range of experience and expertise from overseeing loan production, servicing, pricing and selling. Bow has successfully managed financial institutions, compliance departments and staff through regulatory changes and implementations, and she has developed and sustained compliance management structures focused on first, second and third lines of defense and annual risk assessments.
Please note: This is a seven-part webinar series that began on March 7, 2018. Individual session registration is not available.
A refund of the amount paid, less a $80 administrative fee per registration, will be given for all cancellations received via email to firstname.lastname@example.org ten or more business days prior to the start of the series. No refunds will be granted if the cancellation is received fewer than ten business days prior to the start of the series. Substitutes will be accepted anytime prior to the start of the series at no additional cost. Simply email an updated registration form, listing the new participant and the name of the person they will be replacing.