As we approach February, the key to your success is to ensure your staff is aware and properly trained on the regulatory updates taking effect in 2022. Effective training is your first line of defense against regulatory risk. Below we’ve brought together some of the key topics you and your staff should be aware of.
Our webinars and live streaming events are presented live by experts in their field addressing compliance issues, industry trends, and regulation updates on topics such as TRID, HMDA, Bank Accounting, Fair Lending, and more!
Regulatory Compliance Webinars You Should Attend in February 2022
New Cybersecurity Incident Notification Rule – What Do You Need to Know?
On November 18th, 2021, the FDIC, Federal Reserve, and OCC jointly published a final rule that imposes a new 36-hour notification requirement on banking organizations and bank service providers following significant cybersecurity incidents. While this new requirement is certainly a big deal, the rule comes with some caveats and more clearly defined standards for reporting.
Audience: Information Security Officer, IT Manager, Risk Officer, Internal Auditor, Board members, or other management team members looking to understand risks from Ransomware.
Thursday, February 3rd, 2022
3 Day Deposit, BSA and Account Opening Update and Review Seminar OnDemand with Live Streaming
Day One: During this deposit update we will cover a wide range of topics designed to update Deposit Compliance, Deposit Operations and Branch Staff. Learn about current examination issues and the changing landscape for our products and accounts.
Day Two: During this all-day program we will cover a wide range of BSA topics for the current environment. Designed for BSA Officers and staff this program will present new and evolving issues with BSA.
Day Three: Learn how to open approximately 30 types of legal ownership. We will cover consumer accounts, business accounts, deceased accounts and nonprofits. We will review the tax reporting, documentation requirements and best practices in our industry.
Audience: BSA Officers and Staff, Bank Management and Board of Directors, Deposit Compliance Officers and support staff, Deposit Operations, Deposit Training, Personal Bankers, Customer Service Representatives, Management and Deposit Staff, Deposit Operations, Deposit Compliance, Deposit Training, Customer Service Representatives, Branch Managers, Personal Bankers, and Lenders. Virtually anyone at your institution!
Tuesday, February 8th, 2022
9:00 am – 4:00 pm CT
Marketing and Advertising Compliance – Two Part Series
In this day and age of UDAP/UDAAP, it’s clear that how you say what you say in your advertisements is just as important as what you say. Style matters – you must be clear and conspicuous in your wording so as not to confuse and deceive. If you read enforcement actions related to marketing and advertising carefully, it’s clear what else is being targeted: sales and marketing practices. It’s always useful to learn from others’ mistakes, regardless of your bank’s size or regulator.
Audience: Anyone involved in developing and marketing your institution’s products and services, including the marketing department, compliance officers, auditors, business managers, sales and service staff, and anyone else whose duties involve promotion.
Tuesday, February 8th, 2022
Reporting Loan Activities and Loan Schedules in the Call Report – Two Part Series
This 2-part webinar is designed for Call Report preparers, reviewers or auditors that focus on the many loan related schedules included within the Call Report.
Audience: This review of selected Call Report loan schedules and reporting items will benefit anyone responsible for preparing, reviewing or auditing loan schedules for the Call Repot to include personnel in loan accounting, lending operations, loan officers, loan assistants, and any loan operations personnel responsible for coding loans or maintaining detailed documentation on the loan portfolio.
Thursday, February 10th, 2022
Implementing the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Regulation F
This program provides a review of both parts of the final Regulation F. The rules apply directly to financial institutions if the institution is collecting a debt owed to a third party or is collecting its own debt, but is using a different name. Failure to follow the rule when collecting debt in any of these scenarios can result in violations of Regulation F, UDAAP, or state law.
Audience: The program is designed for senior lending management, collection personnel, loan officers, compliance officers, and auditors.
Wednesday, February 16th, 2022
New! Electronic Fund Transfers FAQ
The CFPB released new and updated FAQs for Regulation E. The FAQs fall into four categories and we will review all of the new and updated FAQs during this program. Understanding who is covered and what is covered is an important part of your financial institution’s program for Regulation E.
Audience: Compliance officers, Regulation E staff, deposit operations, branch administration, branch staff, risk management and training.
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022