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E-SIGN Compliance


Summarizes key aspects of compliance with the E-SIGN Act to assist banks to comply with the act.  Covers compliance with the E-SIGN Act provisions including consumer disclosure and consent, types of electronic disclosures that require consumer consent, and methods for obtaining demonstrable consent. Explains E-signatures and E-SIGN record retention requirements.

Reviewed: Oct. 2017 (no changes necessary)

What You'll Learn

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Explain the E-SIGN Act's purpose and requirements for bank consumer transactions
  • Describe the impact of E-SIGN on your bank's compliance with existing regulations 
  • Identify the planning considerations and requirements for implementing digital signatures in your bank​

Audience

Employees who open accounts or sign-up consumers for electronic statements or disclosures. Loan personnel who provide disclosures electronically. Employees involved in e-commerce or electronic banking. Individual involved with contracts with vendors and third parties. Back office personnel who facilitate electronic statements or disclosures, and IT personnel involved in systems design. 

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​Questions? Please contact training@aba.com for more information.​
 

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