Opening a new deposit account constitutes entering into a contractual agreement. It is critical that both the new account representatives and the customer understand the bank’s obligations along with the terms and conditions the customer is being asked to accept. The ability to clearly explain the terms, conditions and benefits of the account significantly influences the customer’s impression of your bank and its services. In addition, there are updated regulatory requirements for obtaining beneficial ownership information on covered business accounts.
The primary focus of this seminar will be on the lifecycle of the account including applicable Illinois and Federal requirements and regulations. This program will be interactive, encourage attendee participation, and provide training tools to enhance the performance of your daily responsibilities. Join your peers to discuss the 2020 New Accounts in Illinois update and how it impacts your bank.
- Reg CC regulatory changes
- Beneficial ownership and business account documentation requirements
- Documentation requirements for fiduciary accounts and business accounts
- IRS W8BEN requirements for foreign customers.
- Managing Reg E error resolutions
- Illinois state escheatment laws
- Hemp and CBD account overview
- Overview of the AMLA Act
Tellers, head tellers, branch managers and administrators, new accounts representatives, compliance officers, training staff and others who manage or work the front line
Robin Guthridge is a Senior Manager of Compliance for Wipfli LLP. She has a strong background in Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance, deposit compliance, bank operations, leadership, and sales management. In addition to performing BSA, deposit and loan compliance examinations for various institutions, she has developed, implemented, and presented BSA workshops and deposit documentation workshops Wipfli LLP clients and prospects.
6 CPE Credits (IL Public Accounting)
ABA Professional Certification - 6.75 CRCM Credits
Per Person Fee
(Includes OnDemand Access through June 22, 2021)
Refreshments and Lunch Provided for In-Person Attendees
This program is limited to 15 in person registrants.