|Event Date||Fri Oct 15 EDT (6 days ago)|
A ninety-minute webinar that reviews what institutions can do when it appears that a customer is being exploited.
Unfortunately, many older adults, as well as others who are vulnerable, are being taken advantage of, often by persons who are close to the victim – a family member, friend, or caretaker. Financial exploitation of the elderly has been an alarmingly increasing type of fraud as it frequently occurs without the explicit knowledge or consent of a senior or disabled adult, depriving him/her of vital financial resources for his/her personal needs. Assets are commonly taken through forms of deception, false pretenses, coercion, harassment, duress, and threats.
This webinar will review the steps/best practices that an institution can undertake when it suspects that a customer is being financially exploited.
Here is what you will learn:
• FinCEN guidance
• Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, Consumer Protection Act provisions
• Regulation E unauthorized EFTs
• CFPB advisory, recommendations, and reports
• Red flags
Format/instructional Method: Group Internet Based
An online presentation and any additional supplemental materials, as applicable, will serve as the basis of the presentation. You will have the option to stream the audio through your computer or dial-in using a telephone number/PIN. Ample time will be dedicated to taking questions from attendees. Be sure to submit your questions during the webinar, as we are unable to offer telephone or email support after the presentation.
Who should attend?
This informative webinar is designed for those that are involved with the lending and deposit operations of the institution.
• Program Level: Basic
• Prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of Lending and Deposit Regulations
• Advanced Preparation: None
• Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
• Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
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