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  • Wyoming Bankers Association February 2017

    Upcoming Live Conferences/Seminars/Workshops/Convention

    2017 Legal Issues of New Accounts Documentation May 9, 2017 Ramkota Hotel, Casper, WY* 2017 Ag Conference May 17-18, 2017 Riverton, WY (Location TBA)

    2017 Quad States Convention (ND/SD/MT/WY) June 4-6, 2017 Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City,

    SD 2017 Credit Conference September 28-29, 2017 Laramie, WY (Location TBA)

    2017 IRA Seminar October 11-12, 2017 Hilton Garden Inn, Casper, WY

    Total Training Solutions Webinars

    On Demand Webinars can be found on our website: http://www.wyomingbankers.com/?page=webinars

    Compliance Perspectives: A Monthly Update Monthly

    Directors Education Series - Monthly Series Available

    Escrow Rules 2017 Review and Update February 2, 2017 *Onboarding Your New Hire February 2, 2017 *Basic Cash Flow Analysis February 3, 2017 *Open-Ended Lines of Credit Compliance Issues February 6, 2017 *Successful Workout Strategies for Problem Loans February 7, 2017 *Trump Administration New Employment Compliance Priorities for 2017 February 7, 2017 *FFIEC Information Security Handbook and Review February 8, 2017 *Using Personal Tax Returns for Global Cashflow: Whats Cashflow and What Isnt February 8, 2017* What is Covered by D&O Insurance What is Not? February 9, 2017 *Compliance Rules for Commercial Loans Secured by Real Estate February 9, 2017 *Fair Lending Review and Update February 10, 2017 *For Sales Managers: How to Hire Better Bankers Who Can Sell February 13, 2017 *Smart Social Media February 14, 2017 *Its Time for a TRID Check Up February 14, 2017 *Federal Benefit Payments Garnishment Requirements February 15, 2017 *Real Estate Law for Bankers February 15, 2017 *Call Report for Banks Recent Changes, Highlights, and Pitfalls February 16, 2017 *Excel Explained: Dealing with Duplicate Data February 16, 2017 *Accounts Receivable and Inventory Financing February 21, 2017 *New BSA Officer Training February 22, 2017 *Servicemember Issues: The Military Lending Act & SCRA February 22, 2017 *Business Account Mapping: New CDD Rules in a Multi-Tiered Business Environment February 23, 2017* Signature Card Danger Zones February 23, 2017 *Ransomware and Cyber Extortion February 24, 2017 *Overdraft Protection Programs February 27, 2017 *Basic Personal and Business Tax Return Analysis February 27, 2017 *

    WBA PARTNERS WITH THE IBA TO OFFER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

    Annual Training On-Demand Webinar*

    BSA for Directors On-Demand Webinar*

    Certifications SBS Institute Certification Programs*

    ABA Training AIB Diploma/Certificate Application*

    Schools Schools of Banking Nebraska & Kansas Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Schools* South Dakota Bankers Association 2017 National School for Beginning Ag Lenders June 19-22, 2017*

    *Brochure enclosed - Call Cheryl for more information at 307/638-5008 - Visit our Web site at www.wyomingbankers.com for the most current education brochure.The Wyoming Bankers Association has scholarship opportunities available with the PCBS and GSBC,

    Contact Cheryl at 307-638-5008 or cheryl@wyomingbankers.com for more information.

    http://www.wyomingbankers.com/?page=webinars

  • Wyoming Bankers Association Presents.

    NEW ACCOUNT DOCUMENTATION SEMINAR MANAGING RISK WHEN OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS

    UNDERSTANDING THE DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 Ramkota Hotel - Casper

    Program: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Lunch Included

    Seminar Description Managing risk is the #1 priority for all financial institutions and it all starts at the new account desk. Well-trained bankers whorecognize and stop attempted dishonest activity are the first line of defense in protecting a financial institution from fraudsters.Unfortunately, too often, new account personnel are trained "on the job" which can result in an environment of potential vulnerabilityand unnecessary losses. Additionally, with constant new regulations, the need for ongoing training is paramount in order to maintaindiligence as well as update processes and procedures.

    This full day workshop teaches vital account opening procedures, regulatory and compliance requirements while focusing on essentialinformation needed for every new account. This includes proper identification and the correct TIN as well as the fundamentalquestions that should be answered by every potential accountholder: What is the purpose of the account? Who owns the funds? Whowill have access to the funds during lifetime and at death? Who can legally represent a business entity? Who has access on abusiness account if a signer passes away? The seminar manual is customized to your state law and has become known as the"technical reference handbook" for new account departments across the country.

    What You Will Learn Understanding Signature Card Contracts and the Potential Impact on a Customers Estate Plan TIN Compliance Thorough Discussion of SSN vs. EIN and W-9 vs. W-8BEN Opening Individual Accounts; Adding Authorized/Convenience Signers or Agents Joint Accounts With Rights of Survivorship and Tenants-In-Common Without Rights of Survivorship Power of Attorneys Using an In-House Form vs. Accepting an Out-of-House Form Proper Business Account Documentation and Resolutions

    o Sole Proprietorships, General and Limited Partnerships, Corporations, LLC and LLP Entitieso Non-Profit Associations and Charitable Organizations

    Formal Trust Accounts - Difference Between Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts; Opening Living Trusts Informal Trust Accounts - Pros and Cons of POD and Revocable Trustee Accounts Opening Accounts For Minors Joint Accounts vs. Uniform Transfer To Minors Act Accounts Estate and Court Ordered Accounts: Handling Deceased Accountholders, Guardianships and Conservatorships Addressing access and ownership at the death of a singer - both on personal and business accounts.

    Who Should Attend All customer contact personnel, supervisors and officers whose responsibilities include opening or managing new accounts andcertificates of deposit. Excellent for supervisors or officers who have recently assumed the responsibility of the new account area butperhaps have never worked in new accounts. Internal Auditors and Compliance Officers will find the information exceptionallybeneficial.

    YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING A COPY OF YOUR INSTITUTIONS SIGNATURE CARDS AND ACCOUNT AGREEMENT TO THE WORKSHOP

    Seminar Instructors The seminar instructors, Suzie Jones and Susan Fonteno, are associate trainers for Sunwest Training Corp. and Patrice Konarik whohas been providing quality New Account Documentation training for the bank association for almost 20 years.

    Suzette (Suzie) Jones, CFP is Managing Director of Training Resources Consulting, L.L.C. located in Houston, Texas. Suzie served

    as manager and Executive Vice President of Amegy Banks Investment Division, an $11B financial organization and a subsidiary ofZions Bancorporation. She was an active member of the AML, BSA, Personal/Corporate Risk and Non-Bank Product Risk Committees.With over 40 years of experience in the financial industry, Suzie has focused her technical expertise on new accounts risk management,IRAs, qualified retirement accounts and investment management. Suzie brings technical information to life with her engaging trainingstyle, true life examples, and in-depth knowledge. She attended the University of Houston and holds the Certified Financial PlannerTM(CFP) professional designation.

    Susan Fonteno, CFP, CTFA, ChFC, CASL is Managing Director of Sunstone Financial Consulting, L.L.C located in Houston, Texas.

    During her 30 years of financial experience, most recently Susan served as a Senior Vice President and Senior Trust Officer for AmegyBanks Trust Department where she worked directly with clients in the areas of trust administration and investment management. Susanbrings valuable knowledge on more complicated accounts such as fiduciary, trust, estate, conservatorship, and guardianship. Her real-life examples help to reduce the anxiety created and answer the most commonly asked questions when faced with opening these lessfrequented accounts. She holds the following professional credentials: Certified Financial PlannerTM (CFP); Certified Trust andFinancial Advisor (CTFA); Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC); Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL). Susan graduated fromTexas A&M University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

  • Wyoming Bankers Association Presents.

    NEW ACCOUNT DOCUMENTATION SEMINAR MANAGING RISK WHEN OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS

    UNDERSTANDING THE DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS

    Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 Ramkota Hotel - Casper Program: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Lunch Included

    Registration Form 1st Registrant: List registrant and title:___________________________________________________________

    Bank/Firm Name_____________________________________Phone______________________

    Address (PO Box)_______________________________________FAX____________________

    City/State/Zip___________________________________________________________________

    Email Address __________________________________________________________________ **************************** Additional Registrant (copy this form for additional registrations)

    List registrant and title:___________________________________________________________

    Address (PO Box)_______________________________________ Phone______________________

    City/State/Zip___________________________________________________________________

    Email Address __________________________________________________________________

    REGISTRA

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