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RDFI Returns

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This interactive course evaluates RDFI processing options particularly related to non-post ACH entries. Evaluate RDFI rights as defined by the ACH Rules for handling non-post ACH entries, determine how to appropriately respond to ACH exceptions in a timely manner to limit liability, and potential for loss and define the proper use of 2-day ACH return reason codes.
CEU INFORMATION: N/A
$125.00
$250.00

Regulation CC Subpart A: Purpose and Key Definitions

Electronic Resources License: Included
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New to the Electronic Resources License! Our new Regulation CC on-demand series will consist of four micro-courses that take only 15-20 minutes to complete. Regulation CC governs the availability of funds and collection of checks, and also implemented the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987 and the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21 Act). This first course focuses on Subpart A of the regulation which explains the regulation's purpose and defines key terms. Completing this course will lay the foundation for the rest of the courses in the series.
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$125.00
$250.00

Regulation CC Subpart B: Funds Availability

Electronic Resources License: Included
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New to the Electronic Resources License! Our new Regulation CC on-demand series will consist of four micro-courses that take only 15-20 minutes to complete. Regulation CC governs the availability of funds and collection of checks, and also implemented the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987 and the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21 Act). This second course in the series focuses on Subpart B of the regulation which governs funds availability including availability schedules, disclosure of funds availability policies and financial institution liability. After completing this course, you will be able to implement funds availability disclosure requirements, determine the items that apply to next-day availability and identify situations that warrant an exception hold. Regulation CC, Subpart A: Purpose and Key Definitions is recommended as a pre-requisite to this course.
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$125.00
$250.00

Regulation CC, Subpart C - Check Collection - Part 1

Electronic Resources License: Included
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New to the Electronic Resources License! This Regulation CC on-demand series includes four micro-courses that take only 15-20 minutes to complete. Regulation CC governs the availability of funds and collection of checks, implementing the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987 and the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21 Act). Subpart C of the regulation includes rules to expedite the collection and return of check payments. This latest section in the series, covering Subpart C, will be broken down into two courses. This course examines the return responsibilities of the paying and returning banks, authorization requirements of direct returns, large-dollar return notification responsibilities and mandatory check indorsement standards. Regulation CC, Subpart A: Purpose and Key Definitions and Regulation CC, Subpart B - Funds Availability are recommended as pre-requisites to this course.
CEU INFORMATION: N/A
$125.00
$250.00

Regulation CC, Subpart C - Check Collection - Part 2

Electronic Resources License: Included
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New to the Electronic Resources License! This Regulation CC on-demand series includes four micro-courses that take only 15-20 minutes to complete. Regulation CC governs the availability of funds and collection of checks, implementing the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987 and the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21 Act). Subpart C of the regulation includes rules to expedite the collection and return of check payments. This last section in the series, covering Subpart C, was broken down into two courses. This course examines the warranties and indemnities applicable to the forward collection and return of checks. Discover when check presentment occurs within the check processing flow and when presumption of alteration is warranted in disputes between financial institutions. Regulation CC, Subpart A: Purpose and Key Definitions and Regulation CC, Subpart B - Funds Availability and Regulation CC - Subpart C - Part 1 are recommended as pre-requisites to this course.
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$125.00
$250.00

Regulation D 101: Purpose & Scope

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This basic course explains the purpose of Regulation D and the importance of ensuring an appropriate reserve level at your institution. Regulation D applies to all depository financial institutions, from big banks to small credit unions, regardless of whether the institution is regulated by the Federal Reserve Board or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). This is the first course in our new Regulation D curriculum and may be utilized as part of your institution's annual training.
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$125.00
$250.00

Regulation D 102: Transaction vs. Non-Transaction Accounts

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This course explains the difference between a transaction account and a non-transaction account as defined under Regulation D. Learn how to differentiate between these two account types using characteristics outlined in the regulation so that you can properly classify accounts and maintain Regulation D reserve requirements. Regulation D 101: Purpose & Scope is recommended as a pre-requisite to this course. The courses in this Regulation D curriculum may be utilized as part of your financial institution's annual training.
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$125.00
$250.00

Regulation D 201: Transaction Limitations

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This intermediate course explains the transaction limitation requirements outlined in Regulation D and the consequences of exceeding the prescribed limit. Learn which types of transactions are impacted, how to identify them and what steps to take when the limit is exceeded. Considerations for developing or evaluating non-compliance procedures will also be covered. Regulation D 101: Purpose & Scope and Regulation D 102: Transaction vs. Non-Transaction Accounts are recommended as a pre-requisite to this course. The courses in this Regulation D curriculum may be utilized as part of your financial institution's annual training.
CEU INFORMATION: .4 AAP/APRP
$125.00
$250.00

Regulation E Subpart A - Disclosures & Notices

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This interactive course defines financial institution requirements related to disclosures, notices and receipts as dictated by Regulation E Subpart A. Better understand what your institution must include in both general and initial disclosures, as well as changes in service, error resolution notices and ATM disclosures. Then identify Regulation E Subpart A receipt and periodic statement requirements to ensure your institution's compliance.
CEU INFORMATION: .5 AAP/APRP
$125.00
$250.00

Regulation E Subpart A - Fundamentals

Electronic Resources License: Included
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This interactive course is designed for financial institution staff needing a basic introduction into the fundamentals of Regulation E Subpart A (Subpart B is covered in a separate course). Review the history of Regulation E, including its purpose and types of transactions it governs, determine disclosure and notice requirements specified by Regulation E Subpart A and identify related financial institution responsibilities and liabilities.
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$125.00
$250.00