One-Day Training: Trust Accounts & Fraud Policy & Prevention

 

Join experienced attorney Robert Rutkowski as he discusses Trust Accounts and Fraud Policies and Prevention from a credit union’s perspective. You will learn what should be included in your policies and procedures to minimize your risks.

Trust Accounts
Robert will cover the various types of trusts, discuss how trust accounts are set-up with a credit union and address related operational issues. He will also cover how trusts within a credit union’s field of membership can borrow money, as well as traps to avoid when setting up these types of accounts
 
Fraud Policies and Prevention
Considering fraud policies and prevention, this seminar will focus on stolen credit cards, ATM cards, checks and fraudulent automated clearing house transactions. Robert will discuss case studies and examples. The audience will be asked to break into small groups and work through hypothetical problems in spotting and resolving fraud issues.
 
What you will learn:
  • How to spot potential member fraud more effectively
  • Legal reporting requirements in dealing with fraud
  • Defensive measures to help combat fraud
  • Specific concepts concerning debit cards, credit cards, and check fraud
  • Developing fraud prevention policies
  • The Bank Secrecy Act and check fraud requirements
  • How to handle identity theft fraud issues
  • Recent updates on law and policy in this area 

Registration begins at 8:30.

Date 2/12/2013 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location:
Utah Credit Union Association
1805 South Redwood Road Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Contact:
mp@utahscreditunions.org
(801) 972-3400

Registration is currently not open for this event.