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Reserve Requirements for Depository Institutions (Reg D) for Compliance Professionals

Reviews the fundamental requirements of Regulation D and the types of accounts defined in the regulation, as well as the limits on transfer activity from savings and money market deposit accounts.

Updated: October 2018

What You'll Learn

After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Describe the purpose of Regulation D
  • Identify the key Regulation D requirements for transaction accounts
  • Explain the restrictions on savings accounts
  • Describe the requirements and withdrawal penalties for time deposits


Compliance and risk management professionals including compliance managers, officers, and other team members whose primary role is within the compliance function at their financial institution; bank examiners, bank regulators, and auditors.​

Course Credits

Your Instructor

Maggie Wier

Margaret “Maggie” Weir is an experienced regulatory compliance and legal professional with more than 25 years of experience in leadership roles with multiple financial institutions and consulting groups.

Maggie is a graduate of the Boston University School of Law where she earned a J.D. and subsequently a LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law. She holds an M.B.A. from the University of Denver and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Houston. In addition to her formal education, she is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Officer (“CRCM”) through the American Bankers Association’s (“ABA”) Institute for Certified Bankers and a graduate of the ABA National Compliance School and the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado. 

Maggie is an attorney in the Boston metro area, and serves as adjunct faculty within the J.D. and LL.M. programs at Boston University School of Law. She teaches courses for the Massachusetts Bankers Association, and serves as a faculty member for ABA’s Compliance Schools, and the ABA Graduate School of Compliance Risk Management. She is a frequent regional and national speaker on relevant legal and business topics.
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Purchase for a Team
To license this course to your bank for multiple learners, please contact ABA Training.​


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