In this webinar, you will receive step by step guidance on how to evaluate and process the various types of garnishment orders including child support, spousal support, alimony, federal and state taxes, bankruptcy, student loans, and creditor garnishments.
This webinar will provide all the details on the most recent and upcoming NACHA Operating Rules changes that affect you as a participant in the ACH network, whether you are an ODFI, an RDFI or a TPS (Third-Party Sender) or TPSP (or Third Party Service Provider). Multiple Rules Changes, NACHA Operations Bulletins, Supplements to the Rules along with examples and explanations of what they each mean to you as a participant will be discussed.
This training program will help attendees examine if their AP department matches world-class standards. Attendees will learn key success factors to an optimal accounts payable operation. They will also gain in depth knowledge on the must-have technologies for any AP operation and learn how to design processes to fully leverage those capabilities. The webinar will also discuss balancing controls with efficiency and how to create a fraud-proof department. Attendees will learn about the most important metrics for any AP department and how to develop strategies to improve those metrics.
This webinar will provide bankers with several advanced tax return concepts and related analyses to help them more effectively work with their business customers. It will discuss corporate tax issues including business structure, Section 179 depreciation, and bonus depreciation as well as employer provided benefits including “qualified retirement plans” and health savings accounts (HSAs).
This 90-minute webinar will help attendees discover the various types of payroll scams, how to recognize key signs of fraud, and ways to prevent and eliminate payroll fraud. It will further offer best practices to use in payroll audits to defend against fraud and negligence.
This BSA compliance training on Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) will provide details on how to prepare a SAR (Suspicious Activity Reporting) narrative that meets examiner scrutiny and provides necessary detail for law enforcement.
This 90-minute session will discuss details about how processing federal government payments differ from the NACHA Operating Rules. You will learn what the green book is and how this valuable on-line tool will help you with processing DNE’s and government reclamations. Commercial reclamations differ from federal government reclamations; the speaker will cover the difference between the two.
This webinar will go through every section of the revised FFIEC Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering Examination Manual to highlight changes and areas where banks should review their internal policies, processes and procedures for compliance. Understanding these changes will keep you prepared and updated for your next BSA/AML examination.
This credit management webinar will discuss the credit analysis process, how to do financial statement analysis and how to do effective cash management using various tools and techniques and how to use various collection techniques (manage legal issues and using negotiation skills) and overall how to manage the collection process.
This training program will discuss the history and origin of a model validation. It will also discuss the requirements by the OCC for a model validation, and what exactly a model validation should include. The session will also analyze the elements of a model validation to know what to look for in an RFP, and detail the requirements included in Final Rule 504.
This webinar training will explore multiple models of both business and personal (business owner) cash flow analyses. Various cash flow projections and sensitivity analyses will also be explored. The webinar will conclude with commercial real estate (CRE) cash flow analysis and other related real estate investment cash flow models.
This BSA/AML webinar will discuss various compliance requirements for AML - KYC, CTRs, SARs, new customer due-diligence process and various strategies which money launderers are using now and how to detect and thwart it.
This training on BSA compliance will help you understand the concept of tax evasion and tax fraud and the difference between the two. Learn the best practices to identify tax fraud and how to report suspicious activity.
This training program will outline the recent changes to the process of the annual ACH Rules Compliance Audit and the removal of Appendix 8 from the Rules Book. It will outline what this Rules change means to your process when conducting your ACH Audit and offer tips and guidance for creating your own personalized ACH Audit. It will also help attendees to identify the details of the ACH audit for each participant, the ODFI, RDFI, TPSP and TPS with NACHA’s Operating Guidelines.
This IRS regulatory compliance training will explain the TIN matching system best practices to eliminate form 1099 reporting errors. It will also provide you the tools to effectively handle B- Notices in order to avoid fines and penalties.
This training program will examine vendor/billing schemes that exploit payments process control weaknesses; latest electronic payments schemes (ACH hijacking, spear-phishing, social engineering); check counterfeiting, forgery and tampering schemes to be aware of; and, detecting common external payments schemes versus internal attacks.
This webinar will discuss the current “industry best practice” for the alert/case management investigation process, and any guidance from the regulators. The instructor will cover a sample methodology meant to demonstrate what your institution may be doing, and opportunities to improve it. Participants will understand about the rules/scenarios thresholds that are leading to alerts/cases. It will help you answer
What is your escalation process?
What policies guide your investigation process?
What policies dictate when you file an alert/case?