Regulation E: What It Means to Me

July 8 2020 16:00 - 17:30 UTC

What Regulation E means to you depends entirely on where you sit when discussing it. If you are the consumer, Reg E provides protection against unauthorized EFTs and limits your liability when unauthorized transactions are properly reported to your financial institution. If you are a financial institution, you might have an entirely different opinion of Reg E.

This session will look at disclosures, error resolution, liability, pre-authorized transactions, and receipts. Gain a better understanding of this very important regulation that outlines rules and procedures for EFTs and debit cards.

CPE Information:
• Prerequisites: N/A  • Advanced Preparations: N/A  
• Course Level: Basic • Group Internet Based Training

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  • Regulation
  • Debit Card
    • Compliance
    • Retail Banking
    • Reg E
  • What does a financial institution need to know about Regulation E 07082020.pdf
    Attendees Only
  • Regulation E What It Means to Me 07082020.pdf
    Attendees Only

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