B2B How to Handle Legal Documents and Requests for Financial Information

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CE Credits:  CRCM 1.25

Description: This webinar will be an overview of how to handle legal documents and requests for financial information. It will discuss the coverage of Regulation P, the Federal Right to Privacy Act, the Taxpayer’s First Act, different types of subpoena requests, and best practices for handling legal documents.

3 Key Take-aways:

– Learn the compliance requirements when receiving a request to disclose financial information of a customer.
– Hear about best practices when reviewing requests for financial information of a customer and receiving legal documents.
– Understand requirements governing the disclosure of information within the institution’s control.

People who should attend: Branch Staff, Account Opening Staff, and Compliance Officer/Staff, Staff addressing and responding to requests for information.

Presenter:  Iya Kotlyanskiy, JD, Associate General Counsel

Ilya Kotlyanskiy serves as Associate General Counsel for Compliance Alliance and brings over 10 years of financial services industry experience, with a combination of a banker and regulator perspectives. Ilya began his career in banking, in 2006, at JPMorgan Chase Bank, serving as a banker and eventually, a branch manager, in one of the most dynamic downtown New York City markets. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the City University of New York – Baruch College and a Juris Doctor from the SMU Dedman School of Law. During law school, Ilya served as a law clerk at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, where he conducted legal research addressing issues of consumer protection and fiduciary duties of bank management.

As one of our hotline advisors, Ilya provides guidance to C/A members on a wide variety of regulatory and compliance issues, in addition to writing articles for our publications.