Open-End Credit Rules – Most Common Issues Webinar Recording

$250.00

During 2009 and 2010, Congress and the Federal Reserve Board made massive changes to the Regulation Z rules that regulate open-end credit. Since that time the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) inherited the regulation and has not made any additional changes to the rules. But questions and problems continue to plague those who offer open-end credit. By following basic procedures these concerns can be eliminated.

The rules for open-end credit require action before, during and after opening an account. Disclosures are required when opening an account, for each billing cycle and when changes are made. There are very specific rules for resolving errors. Specific guidance is provided for applying payments and for handling credits.

Open-end credit can be secured or unsecured. The credit may be accessed by card, check or by other means. Disclosure and other rules vary depending on the method of access and the presence and nature of collateral. Disclosures tend to come from more than one source, for example loan origination software and core accounting systems. Often errors occur because the set up of the two systems lack consistency.

Errors can result in civil liability, enforcement actions and reimbursements. Damages are often substantial because errors tend to systematic errors, where the system makes the same error on a consistent basis.

This two-hour recording focuses on the basic rules for open-end credit. If a financial institution offers any form of open-end consumer credit staff members need to understand the basic rules that govern the product.

You’ll receive a detailed manual and slides that serve as a resource long after viewing the recording.

Description

*Please note that the recording will not be immediately delivered to you. Upon purchasing please allow 24-48 hours for delivery. The recording will come in the form of a web link via e-mail from brent@www.jackscomplianceresource.com. The training manual and slides that corresponds with the recording will be automatically delivered upon purchasing via email from the website.

WHAT?

During 2009 and 2010, Congress and the Federal Reserve Board made massive changes to the Regulation Z rules that regulate open-end credit. Since that time the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) inherited the regulation and has not made any additional changes to the rules. But questions and problems continue to plague those who offer open-end credit. By following basic procedures these concerns can be eliminated.

The rules for open-end credit require action before, during and after opening an account. Disclosures are required when opening an account, for each billing cycle and when changes are made. There are very specific rules for resolving errors. Specific guidance is provided for applying payments and for handling credits.

Open-end credit can be secured or unsecured. The credit may be accessed by card, check or by other means. Disclosure and other rules vary depending on the method of access and the presence and nature of collateral. Disclosures tend to come from more than one source, for example loan origination software and core accounting systems. Often errors occur because the set up of the two systems lack consistency.

Errors can result in civil liability, enforcement actions and reimbursements. Damages are often substantial because errors tend to systematic errors, where the system makes the same error on a consistent basis.

This two-hour recording focuses on the basic rules for open-end credit. If a financial institution offers any form of open-end consumer credit staff members need to understand the basic rules that govern the product.

WHY?

Most banks offer one or more forms of open-end consumer credit. While open-end credit is a very convenient form of credit for both the borrower and for the creditor, simple mistakes may result in substantial problems. This recording provides a thorough explanation of the basic rules for open-end credit.

TOPICS

Upon completion of this two-hour recording participants understand:

  • What is Open-End Credit;
  • Coverage and Exemption rules;
  • General Disclosure Requirements;
  • Account Opening Disclosures;
  • Periodic Statements;
  • Subsequent Disclosure Requirements;
  • Treatment of Credit Balances;
  • Special Rules Related to Credit Cards; and
  • Billing Error Resolution

WHO?

The recording is designed for management of the loan department, Compliance Officers, lenders, processors, marketing staff and auditors.

Speaker

Jack Holzknecht

5/7/2019

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