The Consumer Credit Protection Act is made up of a number of pieces of legislation relating to consumer credit. Together, these rules and regulations govern almost all bank-consumer credit interactions.
The Flood Disaster Protection Act (FDPA) seeks to reduce the risk inherent in extending loans secured by property in flood zones by mandating certain rules for lenders. This course discusses the FDPA and the steps your bank needs to take to make sure policies and procedures are FDPA compliant.
Flood Disaster Protection Act rules differ fro FDIC-supervised institutions. This module will provide compliance officers at FDIC-supervised institutions with the information they need to ensure their institution's lending policies are compliant with the final rule.
This online program consists of eight courses that will prepare participants to consistently complete a TSM self-assessment for their company's facilities using the TSM assessment protocols and will understand the process for external verification.
Regulation Z helps consumers make informed and responsible choices concerning credit. Needless to say, it imposes a number of rules on lenders to help consumers in those decisions. This course provides you with an overview of Regulation Z.
Unfair, deceptive or abusive acts and practices (UDAAPs) have been a hot topic in banking in recent years. This course will help you make sure your bank policies and procedures are free from potential UDAAP violations.
The Universal Banker role has emerged as a solution several seismic shifts in retail branch banking. This comprehensive certificate program arms current and prospective frontline staff with the tools and skills they need to be Universal Bankers.