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. Click Here for On Demand Webinars.
“I didn’t make my calls this week because of all the Ops problems.” Most Sales Leaders have you heard some version of that recently. It is easy to accept this type of comment and let it ride, especially with a good producer. But if you do, excuse making can permeate your group.
A comprehensive fair lending risk assessment based on the Interagency Fair Lending Guidelines is the best method for minimizing the risk of such potential actions. The recently updated Consumer Compliance Rating System makes it very clear that all regulatory agencies expect a robust compliance management system which includes regular self-assessments such as those for fair lending.
But thanks to the financial crisis and resulting exposure of unsavory practices, new rules were put into place by the Dodd-Frank Act. In addition, the CFPB just issued new regulations that further the requirements mortgage servicers must follow. The rules will be effective one year from when they are published in the Federal Register, but the time to begin preparations is now.
The Social Security Administration, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Railroad Retirement Board, and the Office of Personnel Management, published the Final Rule on the Garnishment of Accounts Containing Federal Benefit Payments.
The FDCPA generally covers the collection activities of debt collectors collecting on others’ debts and debt buyers (collectively “debt collectors”) but not the collection activities of first-party debt collectors (i.e., creditors collecting on debts owed to them).
We will review overdraft issues on these accounts, plus all the rules accompanying the opening and maintenance of these accounts. ACH issues and death notification entries involving government benefits accounts will also be examined.
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.
Technology advancements create opportunities. Generationally, customers will shift from primarily Baby Boomers to Millennials, who access and purchase services vastly different from their parents and grandparents. Is your organization prepared to better compete and serve new customers in innovative ways?