1. E-Sign Act: A Law and Regulations for the Electronic World

E-Sign Act: A Law and Regulations for the Electronic World

Event ID: 73446
Session ID: 16217
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter(s): Coppelia Padgett, regulatory compliance consultant and former federal examiner
Credits: 1.5 NASBA (Management Services)


E-Sign Act: A Law and Regulations for the Electronic World

The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-Sign Act) provides the foundation for electronic records and signatures for transactions in or affecting all interstate and foreign commerce. If your institution does almost any form of Internet banking or bill pay, you "do" E-Sign at your institution. The question is, are you doing it in full compliance with law and regulation? To meet regulatory expectations and embrace the opportunities of the net and social media, you need to understand how the law works and your obligations.

Please join Coppelia Padgett as she outlines the regulatory requirements and potential risk areas and how to manage them effectively while utilizing your electronic options to the greatest effect.


Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • What "legal" electronic records are and what is their acceptance in legal disputes
  • The legal definitions you need to know
  • What specific types of documents cannot be made electronically
  • What disclosures must be provided to consumers
  • What you need to know about prior consent and how to ensure consent is active
  • How consumers can withdraw their consent
  • What does “Demonstrative Consent” mean and how do you show it?
  • E-Sign's record retention requirements
  • What are your responsibilities when consumers demand non-electronic options
  • What are the hardware/software requirements and how do you properly handle notices of change
  • How do you handle federally mandated disclosures electronically?
  • Answers to real life implementation problems

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