IBA Compliance Annual Training Requirements OnDemand Seminars

IBA logos 429_541The IBA Compliance team is presenting two OnDemand seminars designed to meet your annual compliance training needs. This two-part series provides high-level annual training for bankers in retail deposit, lending, operations, and management.

The first two-hour webinar focuses on deposit related topics involving mandatory reporting requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act, challenges with Reg. E disputes and opt-in rules under the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, placing holds under the Funds Availability Act, providing accurate disclosures under the Truth in Savings Act and trip wires that can be found in Advertising rules.

Part-two focuses on annual training requirements for lending-related functions. This two-hour webinar provides training under the Bank Secrecy Act that is specifically targeted to lending personnel including suspicious activity referrals, customer identification requirements and anti-money laundering triggers. The
webinar provides further training on fair lending under Reg. B, ability-to-repay requirements under Reg. Z, upcoming integrated disclosure changes and challenges, and updates on recent flood requirements involving detached structures and multi-family dwellings.

Both webinars are pre-recorded and can be used by your bank when it is convenient for you – such as a “bank training day” or as new staff is added. Meet your annual regulatory training requirements by purchasing one or both of the webinars. Each webinar link will be accessible for up to 12 months.

Each session is $200 for IBA member banks. Webinar access will be available by Thursday, January 15. Register to receive access to the OnDemand webinars.

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