This BSA compliance training on Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) will provide details on how to prepare a SAR (Suspicious Activity Reporting) narrative that meets examiner scrutiny and provides necessary detail for law enforcement.
This practical training program will help understand how to better market the bank, a bank department, and yourself in this very competitive world. The webinar will review the marketing concept and its practical application in marketing bank products and services. The webinar will also cover the target market, the 4Ps of marketing, the industry life cycle, and market structure. Additionally, the webinar will illustrate the various marketing concepts through case studies.
This training program will facilitate participants’ understanding of fraud risks, detecting fraud indicators, gathering evidence to substantiate suspicions of actual wrongdoing and eliminating control weaknesses in all pertinent business functions.
Many financial scandals and significant operational losses can be traced back to poorly designed or improperly implemented products. Other problems arise from faulty legal and operational processes that lead to improper documentation and other issues. This training program will address risks and corresponding mitigating strategies involved in the new product development process. It will also discuss risk assessment protocol and product monitoring.
This webinar will explain tools and tips for conducting internal investigations. Attendees will learn how to conduct effective witness interviews, how to draft comprehensive investigative reports and how to report evidence of fraud to law-enforcement authorities.
This training on fraud awareness program will discuss recent history and profile of fraud cases and will help attendees understand specific processes and techniques needed to be effective when providing assistance on fraud issues.
This training program will offer attendees an in-depth understanding of specific Unfair Claims Settlement Practices under California Law. It will further offer them an understanding of the regulations governing Unfair Claims Settlement Practices created by the California Department of Insurance.
The application and practice of ethical behavior is not just about complying with rules and regulations but about doing the right thing. This training program will discuss case studies and how to apply best practical ethical behavior and how to incorporate the ethical behavior into your firm’s overall business culture.
This training program will compare credit insurance with other risk mitigation techniques in order to understand situations where other alternatives are more appropriate. Attendees will learn how insurers are increasing the flexibility of the protection they offer and the risks they cover.
This training program will examine strategic planning to prepare and review your cyber and information security risks, cyber risks and impact analysis, IT outsourcing, and other underlying risks. The program will help attendees identify, analyze and document the events and environmental surroundings that can adversely affect an organization.
This webinar training will discuss the state insurance regulatory developments from 2008 through today regarding the (NAIC) Solvency Modernization Initiative (SMI). Participants who attend this webinar will receive a comprehensive, in-depth review of the various state insurance solvency modernization initiatives, along with a better understanding of how such initiatives will directly impact their daily operations.
This webinar offer a comprehensive and in-depth review of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s (NAIC) Risk Management and Own Risk and Solvency Assessment Model Act and Guidance Manual (ORSA). Participants will learn about real world application to insurer’s daily operations and lessons learned so far.
This training program will analyze best practices for the investment policy statement (IPS), elements of the IPS, the significant areas of the firm that should be involved in the development of the IPS, creating and maintaining the IPS, and compliance testing of the IPS.
In this training program, attendees will understand the necessity of writing a coverage letter. Attendees will understand how to utilize the facts and communicate to the insured the need for more information when there is insufficient information to make a coverage determination. They will also learn to employ state mandated language in the coverage letter.
This training program will list and discuss documents required to complete the five steps in the documentation process. On completion of the program, attendees will be able to provide a broad overview of the loan documents’ provisions to borrowers and loan processing management techniques.
This training program will discuss the many advantages in obtaining a CIA designation. In addition to the vast audit and business knowledge you are exposed to, it can lead to promotions and pay increases. You become a valuable asset to your organization. And while the test is difficult, it is not impossible. It is meant to make sure that when you carry the CIA designation, people know that you have an excellent grasp of audit and business knowledge.
This training program will list business goals and strategic plans that a captive can advance and discuss revenue sources that enhance product and service offerings. The course will also discuss types of captives such as: single parent, risk retention group, group captives, risk pools, deductible reimbursements, fronting company, and reinsurance captives.
This training program will detail why insurers must train their staff to recognize efforts to set them up in an act that would result in a claim that their actions were tortious. The webinar will also focus on the tort of bad faith and why it was created, and the methods used to set up an insurer for claims of bad faith.
This training program will state and elaborate the minimum standards for the investigation and settlement of insurance claims as per the California Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations. California, like many other states, requires that all insurers doing business in the state must train all its claims personnel on the Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations annually and no later than September 1 of each year.