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January 28, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 1
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 2, 2015 Answer HSA Questions with Confidence
Presented by Whitney Johnson
Customers expect HSAs to be easy and they want quick simple answers. Well, HSAs rules are complex and full of gottcha's. A simple question of, "am I eligible for an HSA?" is a potential compliance minefield that requires expert knowledge and an inquisition of the customer to properly navigate. Neither you nor your customer want an inquisition or a wrong answer. This webinar explains the complex rules and provides you answers that are safe from a compliance perspective, simple for you and your customer to understand, and supportive in resolving your customer's issue. Learn more.






February 3, 2015 BSA/AML Compliance: Recent Developments and Common Errors
Presented by Ken Golliher
Okay, you are experienced and work diligently at staying current on BSA/AML developments. However, you know you have a training requirement that can't be satisfied with "home study." Good, this is the training session for you. This is our annual update session where Ken delivers a current copy of Pegasus' BSA/AML manual, but focuses his comments only on recent developments and common compliance problems. You and the experienced members of your BSA staff get a detailed manual and the information you need at a cost and in a time frame that have your economics in mind. This update is not suitable for all employees, only those with existing knowledge of BSA/AML compliance specifics. Learn more.






February 4, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 2
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 5, 2015 - Annual Lending Compliance Recap
Presented by John Burnett and Andy Zavoina
"We don't know, what we don't know." That is a fact in your compliance life. It is also a fact that you are responsible whether you knew it or not. Because your banking life is hectic, things can slip through the cracks. Something was missed completely, it was put aside and forgotten, or a product, service or procedure in the bank changed and what was inconsequential before has an impact now. This webinar takes you quickly through the year so that you'll have the peace of mind that you do know what you need to know. Learn more.






February 9, 2015 - Annual Operations Compliance Recap
Presented by John Burnett
There was a lot of action on the Operations front in the last year. Have you got all the key operations compliance issues from 2014 under control? Is there something you missed? In our annual fast-paced review of operations compliance developments for the year, John will quickly hit all the highlights so you can tell whether you have covered all the major bases or still have things to do before digging into whatever 2015 will bring. Learn more.






February 10, 2015 - OFAC Compliance: Latest US Sanctions are the Most Complex Ever! - A Comprehensive Update
Presented by Tim White
Is your OFAC program keeping pace with the current acceleration of changes and increased complexities within the latest sanctions programs enforced by OFAC? The Sectoral Sanction Identification List (SSI) is far more complex than any previous OFAC program. The handling of SSI matches usually requires extensive due diligence on the specific details related to the payments and accounts that are involved (screening is the easy part of this process). State Department and Treasury officials are talking about increasing the use of these new complex sanctions programs. This is likely our first glimpse of the next generation of sanctions -- "Smart Sanctions". By all indications sanctions program requirements will continue to be even more arduous. Learn more.






February 11, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 3
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 18, 2015 - The Mortgage Life Cycle Webinar Series - Part 4
Presented by David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer
Join BOL Guru David Dickinson and Jerod Moyer in a four part webinar series as they provide an overview of key compliance requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan transaction. They'll focus on the new requirements, common errors and examiner interpretations we're hearing. They won't focus on things that are automated, less risky and "old" requirements that everyone gets right; however, these things will be explained in the manual you'll receive. This training opportunity will bring uniformity and understanding of the requirements triggered during the life cycle of a mortgage loan. Learn more.






February 19, 2015 - UDAAP - Auditing for Fairness? Deception? Abuse?
Presented by Patricia Cashman
Similar to an audit of "Fair Lending", an effective UDAAP audit is less about completing a checklist and more about assessing the effectiveness of the financial institution's compliance risk assessment and management program. But scoping and documenting such ethereal procedures can be a significant challenge to even the most seasoned auditor. Learn more.






February 20, 2015 - Outsourced Third Party Relationship Management : What You Need for a Compliant Program
Presented by Susan Orr
The regulators have raised the bar for your Outsourced Third Party Relationship Management Program (Vendor Management). Requirements are more stringent and expectations are high. The OCC and FRB both issued updated guidance in the fourth quarter of 2013, the FFIEC revised its Supervision of Technology Service Providers (TPS) Handbook, and the FFIEC revised the Outsourcing Technology Services Handbook in 2012 to address Managed Security Service Providers. This webinar will let you know what's new, and what your program needs to address. Learn more.






February 20, 2015 - Opening Accounts for High Risk Customer: Documentation, Scripts and Risk Mitigation
Presented by Deborah Crawford
To bank or not to bank that is the question? Can we decide who to bank? And when we bank a high risk customer what should we look for? Is the customer, their customers or their transactions that create risk? Can this risk be mitigated? Or do we just need to get out of the high risk game? If we de-risk groups of customers will we be criticized by regulators? Or will we be criticized if we do not get out of these high risk accounts? Learn more.






February 23, 2015 - Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgages - Review and Update
Presented by Jack Holzknecht
The Dodd-Frank Act provisions implementing the ability-to-repay (ATR) and qualified mortgage (QM) provisions were effective on January 10, 2014. Most banks implemented the provisions without major difficulties. Now after a year of regulatory scrutiny many creditors are evaluating decisions they made during initial implementation, and some are making changes. Most compliance examination reports reflect compliance with ATR requirements but some note failures to achieve QM status. Are you still satisfied with your initial decisions?

This program reviews the seven ability-to-repay options, the five qualified mortgage options, the three balloon loan options, the Appendix Q rules, the total of points and fees calculation, documentation and record retention requirements, and much more. Learn more.






March 4, 2015 - The SCRA and Military Lending Act - They ARE a big deal.
Presented by Andy Zavoina
For practical purposes servicemembers and their dependents form a protected class in their dealings with your bank. Many banks don't believe this law applies to them because they don't have many military customers. It does apply. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and the Military Lending Act include extraordinary protections for this group, and mistakes on your part can be costly and earn your financial institution unwanted publicity. Proposed changes to Military Lending Act regulations will make compliance an even bigger challenge! Headlines continue to report fines and court cases involving lenders and others who don't follow the rules. This information-packed webinar will provide information you can use to help keep your institution out of trouble. Learn more.






March 18, 2015 - Regulation O - Lending to Insiders
Presented by Jack Holzknecht
Congress enacted the Financial Institutions Regulatory and Interest Control Act in 1978. The insider lending provisions of the law were implemented as Regulation O. Examiners frequently cite violations of Regulation O during examinations. Examiners take very seriously their mission to prevent insider abuse. Learn more.






March 25, 2015 - Appraisals and Evaluations: Performing Internal Compliance Reviews
Presented by Eric Collinsworth
This webinar will focus on the key points that banks need to be aware of relating to reviewing appraisals and evaluations for minimum compliance with the regulatory guidelines as well as the most recent revisions to USPAP. This will include an in-depth analysis and discussion of the requirements of USPAP Rules and Standards 1 & 2, as well as what to look for in any valuation report for compliance with the Interagency Guidelines for Appraisals and Evaluations. Learn more.





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