Opening New Accounts - Three-Part Series

This is a three-part series. The prices below are include all sessions. Each session can also be attended individually by clicking on the links below.

Part I - Legal Ownership of Consumer Accounts

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
2:30PM-4:30PM EST

Account title vs. ownership indicated vs. authorized signer on the legal document...Does it really matter on a personal account? You bet it does! It's ALL about ownership vs. access, and who on the account has the authority to do what. We're beyond the days where we let our accountholders tell US how they're going to title accounts. For a complete description or to attend Part I only, CLICK HERE.

Part II - Business Accounts

Thursday, April 14th, 2016
11:00AM-1:00PM EST

It is no longer "okay" to open accounts for non-documented businesses. When you open a commercial account you should verify this is a legal business and who is authorized to transact business on behalf of that entity. In this two hour webinar, we will investigate the types of business entities available in most states and who that "authority" person is to open the account and sign the resolutions. For a complete description or to attend Part II only, CLICK HERE.

Part III - Trust, Fiduciary and Minor Accounts

Thursday, April 28th, 2016
2:30PM-4:30PM EST

Formal, Informal, Revocable, Irrevocable, Minor Custodial Accounts, Court Ordered Accounts - what does it all mean? It never fails to raise the panic level when someone dumps a binder full of legal trust documents on your desk or wants to open an account in the minor's name and SSN. We'll delve into the responsibilities of collecting correct documentation, titling the account correctly, choosing the correct ownership, and allowing proper access to the account. For a complete description or to attend Part III only, CLICK HERE.


Who Should Attend?

All customer contact personnel, supervisors and officers whose responsibilities include opening or managing the new account area. Excellent for supervisors or officers who have authority to "waive" documentation requirements. Internal Auditors and Compliance Officers will find the information exceptionally beneficial as well.