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Why Should I Attend?
About This Course
How well can your team spot Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)? What about your network of partners? This course will review established federal guidelines for UDAAP and prepare you to develop a UDAAP risk management plan that encompasses your business and shared compliance obligations with clients and service providers.This course will prepare participants to:
- Define UDAAP based on guidance provided by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (BCFP) and other federal regulators;
- Identify potential UDAAP risks and harm from the consumer’s perspective.
- Integrate UDAAP into a CMS with regard to Board and Management Oversight and other controls as required by the BCFP and;
- Develop a UDAAP risk assessment plan for service provider and client oversight.
Professional Development Units
You will earn 0.75 PDUs for this online seminar, which can be applied toward ACA’s Scholar and Fellow designations.
ACA Certified Instructors
You can expect top-notch presentations are created by and presented for members. Seminar instructors go through vigorous training to become ACA Certified Instructors and can speak directly to your experiences because they work in our industry.
Handouts and Login Information
If there are materials for this seminar, they will be available to download the day before the event. If there are no handouts listed, there are none for this event. Please see your registration email for the WebEx login information.
Attend via Your Mobile Device
Attend this seminar with the WebEx Mobile App. You will still be required to enter the WebEx login information provided.
ACA reserves the right to cancel or modify the program or substitute speakers. If ACA should cancel the program, registrants will receive a full refund.
Cancellations received less than 3 business days prior to the seminar will be charged $35 cancellation fee. E-mail your cancellations to email@example.com. If you do not cancel prior to the session and do not attend, you are still responsible for full payment.