2016 california account administration Seminar
Dates and Locations for this Seminar
||Piccadilly Inn Airport
||5115 E. McKinley Ave.
||Fresno, CA 93727
||Schools Financial CU
1485 Response Road,
Suite 232 (Madison Room)
& Suite 234 (Folsom Room)
|Sacramento, CA 95815
||Hilton Oakland Airport
||One Hegenberger Road
||Oakland, CA 94621
||California Credit Union Center
||2855 E. Guasti Road, Suite 600
||Ontario, CA 91761
||800 N. Central Avenue
||Glendale, CA 91203
Leland Hanson Room
2115 N. Broadway
|Santa Ana, CA 92701
|Please note: The Santa Ana site of this seminar is now full, and registration for that site is closed. Please attend the seminar at one of the other locations, or call Jan Johnson at 909.212.6029 to be placed on a waiting list for Santa Ana.
Secure registration available:
Your Guide to Effective Member Account Management
When members come to you with deposit account questions, do you have the knowledge and expertise to help them?
Get the knowledge you need to effectively handle individual, joint, and trust accounts at the 2016 California Account Administration Seminar. Let credit union compliance expert Mary-Lou Heighes show you the tools and techniques that can help you open, maintain, and close member accounts with accuracy and efficiency.
|Topics covered include:
- Federal vs. state charter
- Membership vs. account relationship
- Multiple party
- Ownership types
- Representative payee
- Individual accounts
- Joint accounts
- Designation of beneficiary
- Distribution of funds
- Activity on account
Trust Accounts and Other Fiduciary Accounts
- Revocable vs. irrevocable trusts
- Membership requirements
- Certification of trust
- Protection from liability
- Deceased trustees
- Power of Attorney on a trust
- Blocked trusts and Coogan accounts
- Totten trust
- Relief fund
- Guardian and conservator
- IRAs & Keogh
- Business & corporate accounts
Power of Attorney (POA)
- General POA
- Durable POA
- Uniforma Statutory POA
- Special POA
- When POA can be refused
Brief Overview of the Bank Secrecy Act
- Currency Transaction Report
- Suspicious Activity Report
OFAC and USA PATRIOT Act / CIP Requirements
Elder and Dependent Financial Abuse Reporting Requirements
- Detection of elder abuse
- Filing a report
- Protection from liability
Escheat/Unclaimed Property Update for 2016
The manual also includes information on escheating accounts, such as: when to escheat, notice to members, escheat periods, fees, electronic remittance, locator fees, filing date, and penalties.
Who Should Attend?
California credit union staff members who open, maintain, or close member accounts, such as:
- Member Service Representatives & Managers
- Tellers & Teller Supervisors
- New Account Specialists
- Branch Managers
- Operations Officers
- Compliance Officers
- Training & Professional Development Staff
Meet the presenter, Mary-Lou Heighes:
Mary-Lou has been involved financial institutions since 1989. She has over 20 years’ worth of compliance experience. Before starting Compliance Plus in 2000, she spent five years working in the trenches and seven years providing compliance assistance through a state trade association Information Hotline, working on state and federal laws and regulations and writing and editing advisory bulletins on changes to regulations affecting financial institutions.
Mary-Lou Heighes is President and founder of Compliance Plus, Inc., which has been helping financial institutions with the development of compliance programs since 2000. She provides compliance training all over the country for various trade associations and financial institutions, and also speaks at numerous financial institution conferences throughout the country. Mary-Lou has been an instructor at regulatory compliance schools, and conducts dozens of webinars for organizations throughout the country.
Power Learner Passport
Power Learner Passport
(Registration received or postmarked on or before (03/01/2016)
Registration: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Seminar: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
What is Included: Your training package includes a networking luncheon. Each participant will also receive the seminar handbook and an attractive certificate to frame or add to your employee file.
Note: Parking fees and overnight accommodations are not included in the seminar fee.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made in writing at least four (4) business days before the seminar date to be eligible for a refund. No refunds will be made for cancellations received less than four (4) business days before the seminar. Substitutions are always welcome.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee: Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. We guarantee you will be completely satisfied with this seminar or we will refund your registration fee.
Financial Assistance: California and Nevada credit unions needing financial assistance in order to participate are encouraged to apply for funding through the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation. To receive an application, call the Leagues’ Credit Union Development Department at 800.472.1702, ext. 6057.
Recording: Electronic recording of any portion of this seminar is not permitted. Thank you for your cooperation.
Dress: Business casual attire is appropriate. You may want to bring a sweater or jacket, as meeting rooms can be cool.
Continuing Education (CE): The League follows the regulations as outlined in the California Accountancy Act. Educational sessions at this seminar may qualify for CE credit. If you are interested in receiving CE credit, please inform us when you register for this event.
Questions? Call 800.472.1702, ext. 6029, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.