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Electronic Banking Officer Certification Program: Essential Training for an Essential Position
  • Wednesday, November 13
  • Webinar
Anne J. Cheatham, Karen Freeman & J. Scott Gupton

Our Electronic Banking Officer Certification Program combines a broad overview of electronic banking technologies and opportunities with a detailed, in-depth explanation of the strategies, policies and procedures required to implement and oversee electronic banking programs, ensure their profitability, manage their risks, and use them effectively to attract new customers and strengthen relationships with existing ones.

CECL 2020 Update: Learn All 7 Methodologies
  • Wednesday, November 13
  • Webinar
Austin Elsey

CECL methodology will begin to take effect starting in 2020 for some institutions. Banks should be preparing now to make sure they understand how the new model will affect their profitability and planning. To make the best decision for their bank, bankers should understand the different types of methodology available.

Overdraft Regulations: Complacency Is Not an Option
  • Thursday, November 14
  • Webinar
Kenneth Agle

Learn a comprehensive foundational understanding on overdrafts, the trends of complaints involving overdrafts, the current regulatory guidance and thoughts on what may lie ahead.

Monitoring High-Risk Transactions
  • Friday, November 15
  • Webinar
Doug Keipper

Doug Keipper, is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) since 2005 and former BSA officer and compliance officer for an $800M commercial bank in Atlanta before it sold twice in one year. He has taught anti-money laundering throughout the southeast and on-line since 2008. He has spent over 20 years in retail banking, wholesale mortgages and financial services.

How to Bank the Cannabis Industry
  • Monday, November 18
  • Webinar
Kevin Hart & Lori Moore

Learn what you need to know before you begin building your program as well as how to get started. We’ll cover the foundations of an effective cannabis banking program and discuss the process of what you need to know in order to build, launch, and monitor your cannabis banking program.

Conducting Evaluations of Commercial Real Estate Under Revised Appraisal Limits
  • Tuesday, November 19
  • Webinar
Gary Deutsch

This webinar provides guidance on critical compliance issues to focus on when developing evaluation standards and a quality review program to minimize risk related to the revised threshold for commercial real estate transactions. Please join Gary Deutsch, CPA MBA, as he addresses how to use evaluations of commercial real estate to comply with regulatory guidance under this revised appraisal threshold.

Learn How To Use Distributed Ledger Technology
  • Wednesday, November 20
  • Webinar
Kelly Caspersen

Distributed Ledger Technology is expected to become a critical part of the infrastructure that will help digitize and improve efficiency worldwide. This webinar will leave you with a better understanding of distributed ledger technology.

Employee Background Checks for Financial Institutions
  • Thursday, November 21
  • Webinar
Jim Castagnera

Please join attorney Jim Castagnera as he guides you through the complicated issues financial institutions face in complying with the sometimes confusing and seemingly conflicting requirements surrounding background checks for employees.

Learn New Time Management Strategies for Bankers
  • Friday, November 22
  • Webinar
David Osburn

Learn how to apply behavioral science to optimize time management and use insights into the human mind to improve your productivity.

Advanced Tax Return Analysis for Bankers
  • Monday, November 25
  • Webinar
David Osburn

Tax returns can offer excellent insight into the challenges, strengths, and viability of your business clients. By applying advanced analysis techniques, you can unlock the secrets hidden within the numbers. You will likely need to delve into business owners’ personal 1040 tax returns, as well as the company returns of LLCs, S corporations, and C corporations. To discover the interconnections and their impact, you must comprehend Schedules M-1, M-2, and K-1; pass-through transactions; and other deductions.

Preparing a Residential Real Estate Evaluation, Step-by-Step, in a Format You Can Use
  • Tuesday, November 26
  • Webinar
Gary Deutsch

The material discussed during the webinar can assist institutions with developing evaluation standards and a quality review program to minimize risks related to making lending collateral decisions based on residential real estate transactions at or below the appraisal exemption threshold.

Recent Changes in Cyber, Privacy, and Data Security
  • Tuesday, December 3
  • Webinar
Daniel Cotter

Join Daniel Cotter to learn about how critical it is to update and implement privacy practices to reduce your exposure to breaches and minimize liability.

Flood Insurance Compliance: The Ever-Shifting Tides of Change
  • Tuesday, December 3
  • Webinar
Kenneth Agle

Please join Ken Agle as he provides a comprehensive update on the latest changes and interpretations involving flood insurance together with a foundational understanding of the flood insurance requirements and how that foundation is applied to understanding the nuances and risk aspects of the regulation.

ACH Rules Review and Preview 2020
  • Wednesday, December 4
  • Webinar
Deirdre Ashby

Learn about how you need to prepare now for the ACH rule changes coming in 2020.

Allowance for Credit Losses Estimate Under CECL: Step-by-Step Development
  • Wednesday, December 4
  • Webinar
Gary Deutsch

Please join our expert, Gary Deutsch, CPA MBA, as he discusses the step-by-step process for preparing an ACL under CECL.

Writing SARs for Disabled Adults and Elder Abuse
  • Thursday, December 5
  • Webinar
Doug Keipper

Elders have accumulated a lifetime of savings, and are now getting monthly checks for pensions, retirement accounts, and social security. They may also be challenged with cognitive impairment (dementia and Alzheimer’s disease), along with isolation, physical decline, and bereavement from the loss of a lifelong partner or close friend. Annual losses to older adults and vulnerable people of all ages total more than $3 billion. Banks and Credit Unions lose more than $1 billion annually.

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