This Right to Financial Privacy online training course explores the process federal government authorities must follow and compliance requirements for banks responding to and keeping records of the requests. Banks are entrusted with customers’ personal data and must safeguard this data from being released in error or without authority.
The Right to Financial Privacy Act of 1978 provides customers of financial institutions with a reasonable amount of privacy for their financial records from the federal government.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this online Right to Financial Privacy course, the user will learn:
- Ensure you have the proper documentation from a government authority in order to process a request for financial information of a customer
- Retain the appropriate records for all requests
- Understand when you may be reimbursed for the bank's involvement in responding to a request
This online Right to Financial Privacy course is made up of the following sections:
- Recordkeeping & Liability
- Cost Reimbursement
This Right to Financial Privacy online training course was designed for bank employees that handle the processing of federal government requests for customer financial records — typically operations and compliance personnel.
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