Overdraft Protection: Reg. E Opt-in Requirements, Agency Guidance And Other Developments, And Litigation Trends
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Financial institutions large and small are under continuing and increasing scrutiny of their overdraft policies and practices.
Overdraft practices have been the subject of numerous lawsuits and regulatory agency administrative enforcement actions. And, the CFPB has signaled the likelihood of additional regulatory action regarding overdraft practices.
This webinar helps the person responsible for a financial institution's overdraft practices to understand the Regulation E requirements that apply to ATM and one-time debit transactions, understand regulatory agency guidance for sound overdraft programs, understand overdraft practices that have resulted in litigation or administrative enforcement actions, and develop overdraft practices that help to mitigate the risk of compliance violations or litigation.
About The Presenters
- Regulation E Opt-in Requirement for One-Time Debit and ATM Transactions
- Basic Rule
- Duration and Revocation
- Special UDAAP Considerations
- Regulatory Agency Developments
- Agency Guidance
- CFPB 2013 White Paper
- CFPB 2014 Report
- CFPB Current Developments
- Administrative Actions
- Litigation Trends
- Discussion of Cases
- Common Themes
- Director of Compliance Services for Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
- Primary focus on banking compliance
- 26 years of financial services industry experience
- Regular presenter and writer on deposit law topics
- J.D. degree, Hamline University School of Law; B.S. degree in mathematics, Bemidji State University
- Senior attorney for Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
- Deposit account line of business lead for WKFS compliance services
- 28 years of experience in the financial services industry
- Speaker and writer on deposit account issues including overdraft practices
- J.D. degree, University of Minnesota; B.A. degree, in economics, University of St. Thomas
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