PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

eTrain: Understanding NCUSIF

 
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Keeping Member Deposits Safely Insured

In this troubled economy, be able to assure your members that their deposits are fully insured!

Understandably, many of your members probably have real concerns about the safety and security of their deposit accounts. Get the expertise you need to answer all their questions and help your members take full advantage of NCUSIF deposit account protection, even on the most complex account structures.  Credit union compliance expert Mary-Lou Heighes will help you understand how the use of various account ownership structures can give your members the reassurance and peace of mind that their funds are safe and secure.

Learn how to calculate the insured amount on these account types:

  • Single ownership accounts
  • Joint accounts
  • Revocable trusts, Totten Trusts, and payable-on-death accounts
  • Accounts held by associations, corporations, or partnerships
  • IRAs and Keogh accounts
  • Accounts held by executors or administrators
  • Special rules for non-dividend bearing share draft accounts

Who Should Attend?

  • Member Service Representatives & Managers
  • Tellers & Teller Supervisors
  • Branch Managers
  • Operations & Compliance Professionals
  • Training & Professional Development Staff

Meet the presenter, Mary-Lou Heighes:
Mary-Lou Heighes, CUCE, is President and founder of Compliance Plus, Inc., which helps credit unions large and small with the development of compliance programs. She provides compliance training all over the country for various state leagues and credit unions, and also speaks at numerous credit union conferences throughout the country. Mary-Lou has been an instructor at Regulatory Compliance Schools, conducts dozens of webinars for credit union related organizations throughout the country, and has written articles for Credit Union Magazine. For the past eight years, she has also spent many long hours drafting, rebutting, and advising on legislative issues at the state and federal level.

Mary-Lou has been involved in the credit union movement since 1989. She spent five years working in credit unions and seven years providing compliance assistance through the Information Hotline and writing and editing TIPs bulletins advising credit unions to changes to regulations affecting credit union business.

Who Should Attend?

• Member Service Representatives & Managers • Tellers & Teller Supervisors • Branch Managers • Operations & Compliance Professionals • Training & Professional Development Staff
Program length 90 Minutes
 

Registration Investment

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