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December 18, 2018
12:30-2:00PM

Regulation E: Preparing for the Prepaid Rule

Regulation E: Preparing for the Prepaid Rule

 

Dec. 18 2018

12:30-2 p.m. Eastern

 

 

Recent amendments to Regulation E (the Prepaid Rule), which take effect on April 1, 2019, expanded the scope of the regulation to cover electronic fund transfers to and from a newly defined category of “prepaid accounts.” The Prepaid Rule not only provides new protections for accounts traditionally thought of as “prepaid,” but also covers certain digital and mobile wallets and related PtoP services.

 

Financial institutions must not only understand these new regulations, but also their potential impacts on emerging technologies and payment service providers that interface with the institutions.  Join this webinar as the speakers discuss the looming implementation of the Prepaid Rule, including the liabilities and responsibilities of both account holders and FIs, and the potential issues they raise.

 

 

Gain Knowledge and Understanding

 

Speakers provide insights on:

Speakers:

Mary M. Gilmeister, AAP, NCP

President, WACHA – The Premier Payments Resource

Jeannine Del Monte Kowal

Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Pacific Western Bank

David E. Teitelbaum

Partner, Sidley Austin LLP

 

Live Session

Member Price:$225
Non Member Price:$450

Recording Only

Member Price:$225
Non Member Price:$450

Live Session and Recording

Member Price:$275
Non Member Price:$550

 

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2018-12-18 12:30:00 2018-12-18 14:00:00 America/Detroit Regulation E: Preparing for the Prepaid Rule Regulation E: Preparing for the Prepaid Rule   Dec. 18 2018 12:30-2 p.m. Eastern     Recent amendments to Regulation E (the Prepaid Rule), which take effect on April 1, 2019, expanded the scope of the regulation to cover electronic fund transfers to and from a newly defined category of “prepaid accounts.” The Prepaid Rule not only provides new protections for accounts traditionally thought of as “prepaid,” but also covers certain digital and mobile wallets and related PtoP services.   Financial institutions must not only understand these new regulations, but also their potential impacts on emerging technologies and payment service providers that interface with the institutions.  Join this webinar as the speakers discuss the looming implementation of the Prepaid Rule, including the liabilities and responsibilities of both account holders and FIs, and the potential issues they raise.     Gain Knowledge and Understanding   Speakers provide insights on: the specific time requirements for fraud investigation and resolution; new disclosure requirements; the impacts of the Prepaid Rule on card-based and wallet-based products; ways financial institutions can educate their account holders; and how institutions can stay in compliance and minimize financial losses. Speakers: Mary M. Gilmeister, AAP, NCP President, WACHA – The Premier Payments Resource Jeannine Del Monte Kowal Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Pacific Western Bank David E. Teitelbaum Partner, Sidley Austin LLP   Live Session Member Price:$225Non Member Price:$450 Recording Only Member Price:$225Non Member Price:$450 Live Session and Recording Member Price:$275Non Member Price:$550    Click here to register ----