Protecting your credit union from errors resulting in financial loss, starts with knowledge of the basic essential information when opening and titling your share accounts. From the very beginning you affect not only your member’s rights at death but also the insurance coverage of your account. Some of the biggest errors on signature card contracts are due to confusion regarding authorized signers and PODs. Kristen Tatlock will help you understand the legal ownership and proper titling of accounts that will prevent errors and loss to your credit union and its members.
- Do's and Don'ts of account cards
- Set up and titling of individual, joint and POD accounts.
- Why you have to match both the identification and the IRS record.
- Completing the W-9 and W-8BEN
- Buisness account titling and TINs
- Minors and UTMA
- Account cards, disclosures and the importance of accuracy
- What each disclosure is and does
This seminar will benefit new member representatives, customer service representative, branch manager, branch administration, compliance and anyone who works with deposit accounts cards.
Kristen Tatlock is a nationally-known speaker and compliance consultant with over 28 years of experience in the credit union compliance arena. She assists credit unions with issues ranging from Advertising rules to Reg Z, and just about every compliance concern in between.
She regularly presents compliance training programs for CUNA, NAFCU, and many state Leagues including LCUL. She is excited to return to Louisiana for her 4th workshop with us. She previously scored rave reviews teaching at our Compliance School and two New Laws Conferences in recent years!
$250 per person
*For the purposes of those applying for a grant, the registration fee includes food and beverage valued at $30 per person which cannot be deducted from the cost of the program.
Due to number of registrations, we have moved the location of this training to the below venue:
Hilton Garden Inn
2350 West Congress Street
LCUL has a room block for $109 a night. The block closes on May 31. Click here to book online.
Please note: This is an encore presentation of the program that was presented in Shreveport on March 22.