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CUNA covers Reg Z at CU eBoot camp
WASHINGTON (11/5/09)--Individuals looking to gain a more thorough understanding of the Federal Reserve Board’s recent amendments to open-end credit rules under Regulation Z can improve their knowledge on the issue through the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) Z eBoot Camp eSchool. The comprehensive training program, which begins on Nov. 19, will cover the basics of Regulation Z and provide an in-depth look at how recent changes will affect credit unions. The proposed changes would affect disclosures for credit cards and other credit plans, and are intended to resolve uncertainties and make other technical changes to the rule, although they are not intended to change the level of protection. CUNA’s eSchool will be divided into five separate 90-minute webinars which can be attended for $219 per class. The sessions, which will take place at 3 pm, will begin with a class on Regulation Z consumer lending basics on Nov. 19. CUNA will follow up with classes on Regulation Z mortgage lending basics on Dec. 3 and a class on account opening and credit card disclosures on Dec. 10. Finally, CUNA will cover advertising, change in terms notices, and multi-featured open-end loan programs on Dec. 17 and requirements for periodic statements on Jan. 7. The sessions will also be archived for attendees that cannot view the courses at the scheduled time. To register for the courses, use the resource link.
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