Regulation E – Reducing Uncertainty and Complying with Confidence
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When: Friday, March 15th
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
Where: Online, Via On24

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Presented by Michele Barlow, Vice President, WACHA

Members complimentary, non-members $50

Regulation E is hardly a new rule, but compliance can still be tricky, especially when disputes related to fraud and loss arise. This session provides an overview of Regulation E and how it relates to specific payments rules (e.g., ACH, Card, Wire). We will walk through the Regulation, hitting the high points to get your financial institution on track to ensure Regulation E compliance.

Real life examples are provided to demonstrate the regulation in action and provide you with the foundation to apply what you have learned.  Lessen the uncertainty and join us for this look at Regulation E.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Notice and Disclosure Requirements
  • Statement Requirements
  • Timeframes
  • Liability
  • Error Resolution
  • International Remittance
  • Real Life Examples

This session will allow for Q&A with the presenter – Please come with your questions! Slides, a recording and certificates of participation will be available within three business days of the presentation.

About the Presenter

Michele Barlow, Vice President, WACHA

Michele is the Vice President at PAR/WACHA, The Premier Payments Resource headquartered in Wisconsin.  At WACHA she manages the education department, which is responsible for development and execution of association training and certification programs, conference and event planning, and member service.  She has been a member of NACHA’s Blue Ribbon Panel, is a member of The Payments Institute’s Board of Regents and the APRP Oversight Panel.  She is active on other national committees and a frequent speaker at industry events.

Prior to joining the WACHA team in 2009, she was a corporate trainer for a financial institution.  She obtained her AAP and NCP certifications in 2010 and 2011 respectively.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin.

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