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Annual Training On-Demand Webinar

$200 for WBA members

Online registration is available here.


Looking for a convenient way to train your employees? No time to develop your own training materials? This two-part on-demand webinar (deposits/lending) covers required annual training topics. Both webinars are pre-recorded and can be used by your institution as needed - such as a “bank training day” held on a legal holiday or as new staff is added. Meet the majority of your annual regulatory training requirements by purchasing one or both of the webinars. Each webinar link will be accessible for up to 12 months. The $200 registration fee per webinar includes access to the webinar segment purchased and the power point presentation with commentary. The link allows unlimited replay for up to one year.


This two-part series provides high-level annual training for bankers in retail deposit, lending, operations and management. The first two-hour webinar focuses on deposit related topics involving mandatory reporting requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act, challenges with Reg. E disputes and opt-in rules, Reg. CC hold examples and more.


Part-two focuses on annual training requirements for lending related functions. This two-hour webinar provides training on the Bank Secrecy Act specifically targeted to lending personnel, a fair lending review and update, a review of Reg. Z’s ability-to-repay requirements, recent changes to the flood rules and an overview of the mortgage disclosure changes.


Retail Deposit Segment - Part One:

  • BSA – retail and operations focus (includes CTRs, SARs, CDD/EDD, AML, and CIP)
  • Reg. E (EFTA) – Error resolution and opt-in requirements
  • Reg. CC (Funds Availability) – hold types and time frames, coverage, and system validation tips
  • Reg. DD (Truth in Savings) – terminology, change in terms
  • Advertising and UDAAP

Julie Gliha, MBA, CRCM, VP of regulatory compliance for Iowa Bankers Association
John Gorenson, CRCM, Compliance Coordinator for Iowa Bankers Association

Lending Segment - Part Two 

  • BSA – lending and loan operations focus (includes CIP, AML, and SARs)
  • Fair Lending – recent enforcement actions, joint intent, same sex marriages
  • Ability to Repay (ATR) – documentation, modifications, assumptions
  • Integrated Disclosures – changes in forms and processes, preparation
  • Flood – Biggert Waters/Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act, detached structures, and multi-family coverage updates

Ronette Schlatter, CRCM, Senior Compliance Coordinator for Iowa Bankers Association; and Jillian Swain, CRCM, Compliance Analyst, Iowa Bankers Association


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