FDCPA: Debt Collections Today, Tomorrow & Regulatory Changes
June 30 2020 19:00 - 20:00 UTC
FDCPA has long been important for financial institutions. With added focus on consumer rights by activists and now by regulators like the CFPB, it may be time to reacquaint ourselves with this regulation and what we can and cannot do when collecting debts owed us. While changes to the law remain in flux given the current administrations desire to reduce regulations, the basics are still viable and relevant.
This webinar is designed for those who need a refresh of the practices associated with collection activity or for those new to the business of collections. The civil and regulatory penalties, not to mention the reputation risk for our institutions if we fail to adhere to the law, are so great that this webinar will help prepare us to adhere to the law and still achieve our corporate goals.
- Identify practices prohibited by law
- Gain an understanding of permitted collection practices
- Update knowledge of rules and regulations governing collection practices
- Share best practices already in place
- Provide insight to regulatory concerns
- Risk Managers
- Directors of Internal Audit
- Enterprise Risk Managers and Staff
- Quality control staff
- Compliance Officers
- Operations Leaders
- Operational Risk Leaders
- Business Executives
- Collection Staff
- Collection Management
- Board of Directors
• Prerequisites: N/A • Advanced Preparations: N/A
• Course Level: Basic • Group Internet Based Training
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- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
FDCPA 06292020.pdfAttendees Only
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