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Event Date Mon Jun 21 EDT - Tue Jun 22 EDT (over 1 year ago)
Location Virtual
Region Americas

Everyone loves new customers, but A LOT goes into establishing a new deposit account! Our institutions are required to maintain procedures to ensure compliance with federal regulations. In this program we will cover:

• Required account opening procedures
• Documentation and information to be collected from commercial and consumer customers
• Documents to be provided to commercial and consumer customers
• Handling account changes

Topics Covered:

Personal Account Documentation
• Single party accounts
• Authorized signers on consumer accounts
• Multiple party accounts
• POD/ Informal trust accounts
• Court appointed fiduciary accounts
• Minor accounts
• Sole proprietor accounts

Federal Regulatory Disclosure Requirements
• Regulation DD
• Regulation E
• Regulation CC
• Regulation P

Federal Regulatory Practice Requirements
• Beneficial ownership

Nonpersonal Account Documentation
• Corporation accounts
• LLC accounts
• Partnership accounts
• Unincorporated organization accounts
• Trust accounts
• Estate accounts

Changes to accounts
• Changes in titling
• Changes in ownership

Who Should Attend?
This seminar is designed for all employees who deal with the deposit-taking function. Designed to be both a comprehensive analysis of regulatory requirements for experienced deposit personnel, this program will benefit compliance officers, auditors, operations personnel and new accounts personnel.


2021 Speaker


K. Natalie Straus
Vice President and Senior Consultant, ProBank Austin

Sponsors & Partners

2021 Partners

• Utah Bankers Association
• NC Bankers
• Montana Bankers Association
• Indiana Credit Union League
• IOWA Bankers Association
• Community Bankers Association of Georgia
• West Virginia Bankers Association
• PA Bankers Association
• Maryland Bankers Association
• Louisiana Bankers Association
• Independent Bankers of Colorado
• Oregon Bankers Association
• Kentucky Bankers Association
• Washington Bankers Association
• Virginia Bankers Association
• Tennessee Bankers Association
• Michigan Bankers Association
• Idaho Bankers Association
• Indiana Bankers Association
• Ohio Bankers League
• South Carolina Bankers Association
• NC Bankers Association
• Oklahoma Bankers Association