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We understand our clients have unique business requirements, so we created flexible training packages to best meet the needs of your financial institution.

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  1. Regulation U

    Regulation U is a set of rules that banks and other lenders must follow when they lend money for buying or holding margin stocks. This course reviews the lending restrictions, applicability, registration, reporting, and other requirements of the regulation.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  2. Safeguarding Customer Information – Gramm-Leach-Bliley – E3

    Laws and federal rules governing the confidentiality of consumer information include the steps financial institutions must follow in the event of a security breach. Fraudsters breach security, gain confidential information, and scam financial institutions by using pretext calling and social engineering. This course teaches countermeasures to those scams and how to reduce the likelihood of successful fraud.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3, Online Self-Paced

  3. Frauds and Scams – E3

    Financial institutions handle and process large amounts of money, which makes them targets for criminals. This course discusses security threats to financial institutions posed by con artists, frauds, and scams as well as ways you can protect yourself, your institution, and your customers from frauds and scams.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  4. Regulation II: Debit Card Interchange Fees and Routing – E3

    This course analyzes the debit card interchange charge requirements and provides an overview of Regulation II. These standards must be fair to the debit card issuer and proportionate to the transaction costs. In other words, the fee should be based on how much it costs the bank to process the transaction. The course then investigates Regulation II's applicability, requirements, prohibitions, exemptions, and reporting and monitoring requirements.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  5. California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

    In 2018, the California Legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) which expands existing requirements for protecting consumer information. The passage of Proposition 24 in 2020 led to the creation of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). The CPRA was built on the existing CCPA creating new requirements, consumer privacy rights, and enforcement mechanisms. Effectively, the CPRA replaces the CCPA. 

    30 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions, Nonbank Financial Services

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. Active Shooter Response for Financial Institutions – E3

    This course covers how to survive an active shooter attack using the run, hide, fight tactic. It delves into critical incident management and how an emergency action plan can use the unique characteristics of financial institutions as assets to increase survivability. Finally, it describes how to identify and prevent violent behavior in the workplace.

    25 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  7. Americans with Disabilities Act – E3

    This course provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), its purpose, and how its provisions are organized. This course will specifically focus on the requirements of Titles I and III of the ADA. Your financial institution must comply with the employment provisions of Title I and the public accommodations provisions of Title III presented in this course.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  8. Advertising Compliance – E3

    This course provides you with a detailed assessment of the various federal laws and regulations that govern advertising for financial institutions. It will also discuss advertising practices that are permitted and prohibited so that you can understand how to comply and the penalties for noncompliance. 

    90 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  9. Security of Member Information Guidelines

    Explore information security program guidelines for credit unions, and learn how these rules affect job responsibilities at every level of the organization.

    20 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Member Information Security Awareness (MISA)

    Explore specific requirements and general rules you must follow to ensure the security of member information.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced