Tennessee New Accounts Documentation And Compliance
|Location||TBA Barrett Training Center, Nashville|
|Date, In-Person||April 4, 2023|
|Early Registration Deadline, In-person||March 21, 2023|
|Date, Virtual||April 19, 2023|
|Early Registration Deadline, Virtual||April 10, 2023|
Well-trained bankers who recognize and stop attempted illegal activity are the first line of defense in protecting a financial institution from fraudsters. Unfortunately, new account personnel are too often trained “on the job,” which results in an environment of potential vulnerability and unnecessary losses for the bank. Additionally, with constant new regulations, ongoing training is paramount to maintain diligence and update processes and procedures.
This program is one of the most comprehensive seminars offered on opening new deposit accounts in the country. The presentation answers many of the complicated questions customers and employees ask. The 200+ page detailed manual, included in the registration and customized to Tennessee state law, has become known as an invaluable resource for banks across the state.
Who Should Attend
Operations officers, compliance officers, experienced new account representatives, new accounts supervisors, branch managers, trainers, and auditors. Back office personnel who support the deposit account area will also find this seminar beneficial. At least 85% of this information also impacts the lending area.
What to Bring
1. Signature card and account agreement
2. Resolutions for all commercial account types
3. Disclosures used at account opening
Suzette (Suzie) W. Jones, CFP®
With more than 40 years of banking experience, Suzie has a reputation as being extremely knowledgeable, high-energy with a unique ability to take technical information and make it interesting and applicable. After 22 years, Suzie recently retired as an executive vice president from a large regional bank where she provided overall leadership and risk management to the $11B investments division. For decades Jones opened new accounts, managed new account teams, and provided hands-on input to the AML and BSA Committees within the bank. Suzie has a passion for sharing technical knowledge and lessons learned to provide risk management and promote excellence in the workplace.
Continuing Education Credit
In-person attendees qualify for 6.5 hours Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit in the area of Specialized Knowledge and MUST be sure to sign in and out on the CPE attendance tracking sheet in order to receive credit.
Virtual attendees qualify for 6.5 hours Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit in the area of Specialized Knowledge and MUST completely fill out return the CPE tracking sheet with all code words given during the event in order to receive credit.
In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.