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2016 Planning For UCC Article 4A: eBanking, ACH Fraud Risk Management And Contractual Mitigation

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2016 Planning For UCC Article 4A: eBanking, ACH Fraud Risk Management And Contractual Mitigation
About This Course:
2015 sharpened every financial institution's awareness of the monetary, reputational, and regulatory risks of electronic banking fraud as new attacks developed and new defensive strategies emerged.

This training session shows where your institution's attention and resources should be focused now.

This session will keep you abreast of developing legal trends and supervisory priorities, as well as what is actually working for others.

This webinar is "operational" in scope, regardless of your core processing technology vendor. Particular attention will be devoted to highest fraud risk vectors, how to advantageously structure relationships with your customers, and planning to be instantly brilliant when the worse happens and minutes matter. With the increase in ACH volume, the most important changes under the NACHA Operating Rules will also be explored.

Finally, as malefactors increasingly focus on financial institutions as targets of their attacks, as opposed to the long perceived soft-target of the customer, best practice safeguards for your own institution's staff will be discussed.

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The New Risk Environment for Electronic Banking: Threats to the Machine vs. Threats to the People
Current Developments Under Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Survey of the Nation's Recent Filed and Decided Legal Cases
  • Take-Away Lessons From These Cases, aka How to Use the UCC and Developing Case Law to Your Advantage
  • Strategies for Dealing With Commercial Customers When the Worse Happens
Thoughts on Contract Best Practices in Commercial Account Relationships
  • Practical Contracting Alternatives for the More Common Fraud Risks, With "Model" Contract Clauses
What to Focus Upon Regarding ACH Originations and Receipts
  • Same-Day ACH Rule
  • Data Security Framework Rule
  • Best Practices for Safe ACH Operational Controls
How to Respond to Electronic Banking Emergencies When Your Institution's Money and Reputation Is on the Line
About The Presenters

William "Bill" Repasky
  • Chairperson of the Financial Institutions Litigation Practice Group of Frost Brown Todd, LLC
  • Formerly in-house counsel for one of the country‚Äôs largest national banks and also for a leading merchant acquirer processing company
  • Frequent press commentator, author and speaker on electronic banking and financial institution regulatory compliance matters
Cynthia J. Thompson
  • Director of Professional Services with The Payments Authority, the association for payments people
  • More than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, electronic payments and e-commerce, earning both the Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) and Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) certifications
  • Thompson conducts ACH audits, risk assessments and payment consulting engagements
  • Speaks about electronic payments and related topics at trade and industry association meetings and conferences throughout the state and nationally
  • Represents The Payments Authority on various NACHA committees and councils
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