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The regulations that govern how banks advertise their products and services cover all forms of advertising, from interior displays, print and broadcast media, and mail campaigns, to notices on a bank’s website. Many of these rules are complex and compliance can be challenging. This course will provide an overview of the key laws and regulations that your bank’s advertising and marketing initiatives must comply with: the Dodd-Frank Act, Regulation DD: The Truth in Savings Act, Regulation Z: The Truth in Lending Act, and Regulation M: The Consumer Leasing Act.
Definition of UDAAP
Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914
What do “unfair,” “deceptive,” and “abusive” mean?
Regulation DD: The Truth in Savings Act
Misleading and inaccurate advertising
Exemption for certain advertisements
Regulation Z: The Truth in Lending Act
Advertising open end credit
Advertising closed end credit
Regulation M: The Consumer Leasing Act
What is a lease ad?
Clear and conspicuous disclosure
Audio, Hybrid Course