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    Instructors take students on a journey about the laws and regulations related to consumer protection.

    Instructors take students on a journey about the laws and regulations related to consumer protection, and focuses on anti-money laundering, the Bank Secrecy Act, OFAC compliance, and how the industry is impacted by regulatory reach at both the state and federal level. Special attention is paid to monitoring, reporting, investigations, and reviewing incidents involving BSA, AML and/or OFAC.  
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    Attendees will learn about a framework for understanding CBDCs in the context of payments.

    Not too long ago, any discussion of virtual currencies to a banking audience was frowned upon as supporting illicit activity. My, how that has changed! Virtual currencies have a market cap of over US $1T and multiple governments are considering Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). Virtual currencies claim to break down borders, include the unbanked, remove intermediaries and more. Attendees will learn about a framework for understanding CBDCs in the context of payments.


    SPEAKER(S):

    Craig Borysowich- Principal Technology Architect - Integration Technologies, APIs, and Standards, Payments Canada
    Jim Cunha - EVP and Interim COO, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
    Peter Tapling, APRP - Managing Director, PTap Advisory, LLC

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.

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    Instructors in this session explain these changes, how proposed rule changes are evaluated by members and their impact on legal and compliance matters.

    Amendments to the Nacha Operating Rules are voted on by Nacha members following extensive input from Nacha’s Rules & Operations Committee. The need for change is evaluated based on marketplace needs and feedback from payments industry participants via a Request for Comment process. Between passage of a successful ballot and the implementation date, education becomes key. In 2020, Nacha implemented amendments pertaining to Warranty Claims, Data Security, and Reversals & Enforcement. Instructors in this session explain these changes, how proposed rule changes are evaluated by members and their impact on legal and compliance matters.

    INSTRUCTOR(S):

    Ivy Gupta, Senior Associate General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Truist Financial Corporation

    Jennifer Stokley, Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo

    Matthew C. Luzadder, Partner, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

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    Instructors in this session explore the “compliance sandbox” to determine where the industry is moving and how the industry can provide guidance via Requests for Comment and interacting with regulators to evaluate new types of banking entities and whether they will be allowed access to Fed accounts and Fed services.

    Regulatory agencies are constantly at work to create and implement rules and procedures to protect the integrity of the financial services industry. From the OCC and FDIC to the CFPB, CUNA, NAFCU and the FTC, Instructors in this session are comprised of current and previous Regulators as they provide a glimpse into provincial versus functional regulators – including auditors, examiners and supervisory positions and explore their role in the industry. Consumer protection organizations are constantly on the ready to adjust regulations for both financial institutions and new players in the fintech space. It is critical for payments lawyers and compliance professionals to understand differing points of view including those of fintechs, third parties, and financial institutions. Instructors in this session explore the “compliance sandbox” to determine where the industry is moving and how the industry can provide guidance via Requests for Comment and interacting with regulators to evaluate new types of banking entities and whether they will be allowed access to Fed accounts and Fed services.


    INSTRUCTOR(S):

    Christina Tetrault

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    ​Establishing and maintaining a risk management program begins with understanding primary and ancillary risks, how to implement risk controls and mitigation solutions, and why the concept of testing – both to comply with industry rules and regulations as well as internal controls, audits and assessments are critical to ensuring both the safety of the ACH Network and protecting your organization from threats.

    Establishing and maintaining a risk management program begins with understanding primary and ancillary risks, how to implement risk controls and mitigation solutions, and why the concept of testing – both to comply with industry rules and regulations as well as internal controls, audits and assessments are critical to ensuring both the safety of the ACH Network and protecting your organization from threats. 


    INSTRUCTOR(S):

    Joseph Casali, AAP, APRP, NCP, Executive Vice President, NEACH

    Jessica Perkins, Bitgo

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    ​The Federal Reserve Payments Study is a rich source of quantitative data about noncash payments— cards, ACH, wires, and checks—as well as data about consumers’ and businesses’ withdrawals and deposits of cash. Recent data releases shed light on payments fraud in the U.S. from 2012 to 2018 and on the mix of remote and in-person payments leading up to and during 2020.

    The Federal Reserve Payments Study is a rich source of quantitative data about noncash payments— cards, ACH, wires, and checks—as well as data about consumers’ and businesses’ withdrawals and deposits of cash. Recent data releases shed light on payments fraud in the U.S. from 2012 to 2018 and on the mix of remote and in-person payments leading up to and during 2020.

    SPEAKER(S):

    Geoffrey Gerdes - Principal Economist, Payment System Studies Section, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
    Claire Greene - Payments Risk Expert, The Federal Reserve 

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.

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    This session will dive into the issues surrounding digital currencies, stablecoins, DeFi and NFTs as regulation is considered.

    Digital currencies, stablecoins, DeFi and NFTs appear to be around to stay. These are clearly financial products. Many statements have been made by practitioners, financial leaders, regulators and politicians about the need, or lack of need, for regulation. This session will not address what regulation might look like, but rather will dive into the issues surrounding these products as regulation is considered. Hear from all sides on the topic as we bring together regulators and practitioners to examine the complex issues at play.

    SPEAKER(S):

    Ezechiel Copic - Head of Official Sector Engagement, cLabs, Inc.
    Mark O'Horo - Counsel, Office of the Chief Counsel, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
    Matthew Homer - Executive in Residence, Nyca Partners
    Peter Tapling, APRP - Managing Director, PTap Advisory, LLC

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.

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    ​Speaker in this session review high risk Originators and the decision process for taking on those payment types.

    Speaker in this session review high risk Originators and the decision process for taking on those payment types. Determining how to onboard, establishing controls, and implementing risk assessment procedures are critical to protecting your organization and potentially growing your ACH business. The potential impact to the ACH Network is explored as well.

    SPEAKER(S):

    Tracy L. Merritt, AAP, APRP, CPA, NCP, CGMA, Vice President, Third-Party Services, ePayResources

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/23/2022

    Topics include the current and emerging fraud trends taking advantage of faster payments, and what can be done to detect and defend.

    As we move closer and closer to instant payments, fraudsters are also excited about the opportunity to obtain funds faster. We will dive into how fraudsters are capitalizing on the news standards to make their frauds more efficient, profitable, and nearly impossible to detect in real time. Hence, limiting the ability to reduce loss and recoveries. Topics include the current and emerging fraud trends taking advantage of faster payments, and what can be done to detect and defend.

    SPEAKER(S):

    Steve Lenderman - Director, Strategic Fraud Prevention, ADP, LLC

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.

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    Panelists examine how regulatory mandates are shaping regional developments, as well as how data privacy rules around the world are influencing the ways bank account data can be leveraged to drive innovation and how consumers are reacting to the changes.

    As new payment options continue to emerge, customers expect ever-better payment experiences. To remain competitive, financial institutions, technology firms, and corporates alike must embrace new advancements in payments. Panelists examine how regulatory mandates are shaping regional developments, as well as how data privacy rules around the world are influencing the ways bank account data can be leveraged to drive innovation and how consumers are reacting to the changes. Gain insights into practices in both the U.S. and Europe, and hear how the latest customer and technology trends are moving the global marketplace.

    SPEAKER(S):

    Stewart Cofer - Executive Director, Treasury Services Product Manager, J.P. Morgan
    Valli Ardalan - Global Head of Revenue and Sales, Visa Direct, Visa

    *This conference recording is not eligible for continuing education credits.