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Understanding Pending Changes in CFPB Prepaid Regulations
May 22, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT$249
There’s a lot of change happening with Prepaid Cards within new CFPB regulations and it’s critical for your institution to stay current on what’s going on. Just take a look at recent pronouncements:
Are you ready?
This payments webinar will review key components of your program for updates:
- Introduction to Changes and Timelines
- Regulation Background
- Definitions of Prepaid -What’s in and What’s not
- Regulation Reference & Product Descriptions 1005.2
- Reg E Policies, Procedures & Error Resolution
- Disclosures and Consumer Notification: Reference 1005.18 (b)
- Credit Features
- Implementation: Transaction History and Record-keeping
$249 for Webinar and Playback*
Dates of Event
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
About the Speakers
Kathy Tomasofsky is an experienced senior association management professional with more than 20 years of experience in Insurance and Financial Services. Most recently, Ms. Tomasofsky was selected by the Money Services Business Association (MSBA) to launch and manage the new association. Her position reports directly to the Chairman and Board of Directors. Previously, she served as the Senior Director of Operations for the Network Branded Prepaid Association (NBPCA). In this role, Ms. Tomasofsky provided management of the Association operations including event and marketing planning, financial review, business development, and member communications. Ms. Tomasofsky managed the Prepaid Financial Crimes Task Force (FCTF) and was the fraud liaison to regulator and law enforcement agencies, as well as an Advisory Board Member of IAFCI.
Eli A. Rosenberg provides counsel to financial institutions and other financial services businesses with respect to their electronic banking, merchant-acquiring, electronic fund transfer, credit card, debit card, and prepaid card businesses. He also assists financial institutions and money service businesses with state and federal regulatory compliance and other regulatory matters including money transmitter/money service business licensing issues. Additionally, Eli assists money service businesses in contracting with service providers and their agents and negotiates services agreements and independent sales organization, BIN, agent bank, and association contracts. Finally, Eli serves as regulatory counsel to the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association.