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Event Description

Elder Financial Exploitation – Protecting your Customer, Protecting your Bank

IBA’s compliance webinars are a continuing series. Brought to you by the IBA compliance staff they offer timely information, addressing key regulatory issues when you need it. The webinars keep you informed and ready for the challenges of the changing regulatory financial services environment.

It is no secret that elder financial exploitation is on the rise.  While the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) requires the reporting of suspicious activity related to financial elder exploitation, banks also feel a moral obligation to protect seniors.  While state law and the BSA regulations allow banks to report suspected elder abuse to state and local protective service agencies, many are hesitant to do so due to perceived legal risk.  With the passage of section 303 of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Reform and Consumer Protection Act last year, banks can both protect their senior customers and receive federal protection from prosecution - but only if proper training has been received. 


This webinar is structured in a manner to meet the training component requirements of Section 303 of EGRRCPA and will address:

·       What is financial elder exploitation;

·       The impact of financial elder exploitation;

·       A financial institution’s responsibilities related to financial exploitation;

·       Common scams and schemes targeting the finances of the elderly;

·       Warning signs of elder financial exploitation;

·       Internal procedures for recognizing and reporting suspected financial elder abuse;

·       SAR filing requirements; and,

·       Making reports to adult protective services.


Julie Gliha, MBA, CRCM, is vice president of regulatory compliance for the Iowa Bankers Association. As a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Phoenix, Julie earned her BA in Financial Management, holds a Masters in Business Administration, and is a graduate of the IBA Compliance School. Julie has over twenty-eight years of experience in all areas of regulatory compliance including compliance management, lending and deposit regulations, Bank Secrecy Act, OFAC, Privacy, Community Reinvestment Act, IRA administration, retail bank management, and training.

Ronette Schlatter, CRCM, is a senior compliance coordinator with the Iowa Bankers Association. Her primary responsibilities at the IBA include the coordination, writing and editing of IBA’s monthly compliance magazine, THE DISCLOSURE; providing onsite training and compliance consulting for member banks; researching and
evaluating new regulatory requirements; and responding to member banks’ compliance questions. Ronette received her BA in Business Administration from William Penn College and is a graduate of the ABA Graduate Compliance School.



Webinar Details

The audio portion is delivered by phone; however, you can view a corresponding PowerPoint presentation using a computer or computer connected to an A/V projector. The program consists of 90 minutes of instruction followed by Q&A. Each registration provides connection to the webinar, materials and access to a six month replay. You may have unlimited listeners on your connection by speaker phone and computer. You will receive a confirmation, materials and instructions. If you do not receive a confirmation at least 2 days prior to the event contact Darcy Burnett at Iowa Bankers Association.

Webinar (06/19/19 10:00 -11:30 a.m.)

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