Establishing ownership on a new account is one of the basic functions in opening an account, but it can also be one of the more complex parts of the process. This program will provide a refresher on the basics of account ownership.
Areas of review include:
- Joint and single accounts
- Minor accounts
- Trust accounts
- Custodial accounts
- Power of Attorney
- Death of a member
Attendees are invited to send questions and/or additional topic areas prior to the program to email@example.com.
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Contact Susan O’Loughlin by phone at (203) 608-7061 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (203) 294-4882.
Nick Moalli, VP Credit Union Services, CT League
Judy Britt, Training & Compliance Coordinator, CT League
All credit union personnel and volunteers are required to receive BSA training on an annual basis. Attendees will be provided with an anti-money laundering overview on the following topics: BSA purpose and applicability; Minimal NCUA/FinCen requirements for BSA compliance; Member Identification Programs; Member Due Diligence; Situations covered by SARs; Tips on completing CTRs and SARs; SAR confidentiality; Penalties for failing to comply with SAR and CTR requirements; Recommendations for designing BSA; USA PATRIOT Act; and OFAC policies.
Topics will include: Designing Red Flag policies and procedures; Maintaining internal logs and reports; and Tips and trends for identifying Red Flag activity to determine if reports should be filed.
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A Certificate of Achievement will be distributed to attendees of League-affiliated CUs. A light dinner will be provided.