|Event Date||Thu Apr 15 EDT (6 months ago)|
Financial institutions often are required to provide disclosures under the federal compliance rules. It would be easy (and cheap!) to be able to provide these disclosures by email, but sometimes the rules require that, in order for an institution to provide disclosures electronically, it needs to comply with the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (“E-Sign Act”). The E-Sign Act provides specific consent and verification requirements that an institution must follow before it can provide disclosures electronically.
This webinar will provide an in-depth review of the E-Sign Act’s consent provisions – both its specificity and its vagueness, and what that means for institutions trying to provide electronic disclosures. We’ll also review other provisions under the E-Sign Act.
HERE IS WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
• The E-Sign Act coverage and requirements.
• Rules that require compliance with the E-Sign Act.
• What institutions can and can’t do electronically when the E-Sign Act applies.
• Two checklists that may be helpful.
Vice President, ProBank Austin