Our upcoming webinars are listed below. When you click on the link to register you will be brought to the bankwebinars.com website, with its own log-in protocol.
Telebriefings and Webinars
Each site license entitles you to one connection at one location where an unlimited number of listeners can participate. A typical program consists of one to two hours of presentation and Q&A. Once you register, you will receive an 800 number to call the day of the program, log-in information (if applicable), a PIN code to admit you to the call, and a link to handout materials. Webinars include a visual presentation via PC or a PC connected to a projector.
A webcast is a live streaming video that can be accessed from your computer. Bankers who cannot attend an event are now able to enjoy a streaming multimedia webcast from the convenience of home, the office, or while traveling. Additionally, this virtual delivery method allows multiple attendees to participate from one location for one fee.
On Demand Webinars
Need training on a specific topic but you missed the broadcast date? Many programs have been recorded and are available as on demand webinars for viewing on your PC. The typical program will give you access to the program for up to 30 days after purchase date, and past on demand webinars are available for purchase anytime. Anyone at your bank can access the program using your login and password.
This awareness is attributed both to the increased scrutiny banks are experiencing during their regulatory examinations, as well as the material number of regulatory documents issued on the subject by a host of regulatory agencies. No bank wishes to be the next bank taken to task for their overdraft practices which have withstood scrutiny for multiple examinations.
Bank personnel are required to obtain and properly interpret tax returns for both commercial and consumer lending purposes. The first part of this seminar will concentrate on personal tax return analysis, and the second part will focus on analysis of various business tax returns.
Then the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) became law on December 4, 2003. The FACT Act revised the FCRA. The revisions, which unfolded over an eight-year period, resulted in substantial changes for all financial institutions.
Many community banks attempt to use versions of their residential formats and policies to administer commercial construction loans; however, this generally does not adequately control the situation due to several important differences between residential and commercial projects.
For example, your teller may take deposits and fill out deposit slips for customers, but what will happen if the deposit goes into the wrong account and checks are bounced because of the teller’s action?
The new rule requires financial institutions to limit consumers’ losses when funds are stolen or cards are lost, investigate and resolve errors, and give consumers free and easy access to account information.
We will begin with a brief review of analyzing a business owner’s personal “1040” tax return, as well as the return of an LLC, S corporation, and C corporation – including Schedules M-1 and M-2, Schedule K-1, pass-through transactions, and other deductions.
We will explore the different aspects of the internet, including the surface web, deep web, and dark web. The deep and dark parts of the internet allow criminals to exchange illegal goods and services, such as Silk Road. This site was designed to buy and sell drugs anonymously. Cybercriminals are also leveraging the web to buy and sell their stolen data or cyber products and services.
Examiners are reviewing call report schedules in much more detail than in the past. The rules for schedule RC-C dictate how loans are to be reported on all loan schedules, including the income statement, charge-offs and recoveries, averages, and past dues and non-accruals.
If you are responsible for training others, this is for you! Discover how to develop and deliver training that sticks. You will learn how to increase your personal impact, remove resistance to training, and introduce a splash of fun to your training.
Employees make threats or do harm to co-workers or property. The results are sometimes catastrophic, yet often they could have been prevented.
Threats of violence require prompt, sometimes immediate, action, but many organizations aren’t prepared. They don’t have in place policies, training, or understanding of overall practices and processes that can prevent, identify, act and deal with the aftermath and crucial follow-up issues.
That year, the OCC and Federal Reserve issued guidance called “Supervisory Guidance on Model Risk Management,” and it has become ear-splittingly clear over the last five years that all banks, regardless of size or regulator, which use an automated transaction monitoring system, are expected to undergo an independent, periodic validation of their monitoring system to ensure it’s not “garbage in, garbage out.”
Supervisors and managers fear employees will become defensive, or the result will be an unproductive and emotionally-draining argument. So feedback gets delayed, allowing costly work behaviors to continue.
Carl Pry, a well known and highly respected compliance expert and recipient of the 2015 ABA Distinguished Service Award will be presenting a monthly one-hour compliance update that will address new items to be aware of, deadlines and what’s on the horizon.
Recent safe deposit vault burglaries, devastating fires, Tropical Storms Sandy and Allison, Hurricanes Ike, Katrina, Rita, Wilma and Andrew and damaging tornadoes, raging floods and many other nationwide disasters have significantly impacted our safe deposit industry. Following these tragic events, financial institutions have been confronted with some very difficult challenges, decisions and very significant lawsuits.