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Upcoming BCG Seminars

BCG's monthly Seminars are one of the most popular features of BCG membership. Each member is allowed to register up to 20 people to attend a monthly Seminar, including a new option to register for our BCG Seminar Recording Playback location. BCG Seminars collectively cover a myriad of topics, including Electronic Banking, Compliance Management, Financial Privacy, Information Security, Commercial Real Estate Lending and many more. In addition, each member institution receives via email a link to a downloadable PDF of the comprehensive Standard Procedures “E-Manual” published each month in connection with the BCG Seminar.  

And don’t forget, non-members can attend monthly Seminars too. Each non-member attendee receives one copy of the Standard Procedures Manual produced for that particular seminar, which will be mailed to the attendee by the end of the Seminar month.   

Listed below are the next two BCG Monthly Seminars held in California. Please click on a title below to view a brief description of each Seminar. Additional Seminars will be posted as their respective dates approach. To view past Seminar schedules and descriptions, click here or contact us if you have any questions or require further information.  Download the 2019 BCG Seminar Schedule Here!

 

 

 

Financial Privacy & Information Security

August 2019

Financial privacy, information sharing and information security remain high priorities in the minds of the public and the regulators.  GLBA privacy notices and concerns over cybersecurity and security breaches remain important areas of risk.  In addition, the recently adopted California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) adds a new layer of complexity.

This Seminar will address:  financial information privacy under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and California law (SB 1), including the scope and proper implementation of opt-out rights; financial information security and safeguarding practices; the information-sharing aspects of the Fair Credit Reporting Act; and customer notice obligations.  The Seminar will also cover the banking agencies’ expectations for financial institutions to increase awareness of the numerous cybersecurity risks, and also assess and mitigate these risks.

Finally, we will address the new CCPA which becomes effective on January 1, 2020 and (if issued) the Attorney General’s expected regulations to implement the CCPA.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Truth in Lending Act & Regulation Z

September 2019

Three things are guaranteed in life – death, taxes and Regulation Z challenges. Our Truth in Lending Act & Regulation Z seminar will discuss the topics that are currently challenging compliance professionals and lenders the most – from Regulation Z coverage, when HELOCs are rescindable, how to take corrective action, providing Regulation Z disclosures electronically and how to comply with the billing error resolution procedures. This Seminar will take a deep-dive into these topics, with plenty of hypotheticals and ample time for questions. We will also cover recent TILA/Regulation Z developments. Join us and relieve yourself of Regulation Z confusion (however, this Seminar cannot do anything about death or taxes).

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

New Accounts Documentation & Compliance

October 2019

Aldrich & Bonnefin invites you and your operations and compliance staffs to attend a Seminar covering New Accounts Documentation and Compliance. Having proper new account policies and procedures can help financial institutions prevent or at least reduce the risk of fraud and other losses, as well as compliance violations.

This Seminar will focus on documents that institutions will want to review during the account-opening process for individuals, businesses (such as corporations, partnerships and LLCs) and court-appointed fiduciaries (for example, decedent estates, conservatorships and guardianships). As part of this discussion we will consider the process for opening accounts for property management companies, including those opened on behalf of homeowners associations. There will also be a detailed discussion covering the opening and maintenance of accounts for family trusts.

Of course, no discussion on new accounts documentation would be complete without considering the requirements of both CIP and the beneficial ownership rule.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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