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Elder Financial Exploitation: Trends, Methods, Detection and Reporting

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Elder Financial Exploitation (EFE) is a somewhat new term for those of us in the industry, as it has been more commonly known as Elder Financial Abuse. Over the past year, the Regulatory Agencies and community groups have focused on identifying, preventing, and reporting elder financial exploitation, as this is a serious issue that grows more prevalent over time. Recent reports have shown that incidents of elder abuse have quadrupled over the past 5 years -and those statistics reflect only those incidents reported to authorities. How can you recognize EFE? Once you recognize it, what are your obligations? What trends are we seeing in the industry with respect to EFE? Are there particular methods of EFE that are more prevalent than others? Join us as we discuss these questions and more.

We will cover:

  • Definition of Elder Financial Exploitation
  • Reported trends of EFE
  • Ways to detect EFE
  • Requirements for reporting EFE

    Who Should Attend:

    Compliance Officers, auditors, front line staff, back room processing staff, and legal staff.

    Air date: September 12, 2019

    (TODs are current as of the date aired)


Presenter:

  • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • With over 20 years of experience in bank compliance management, Senior Consultant Elizabeth Rozsa brings expertise in assessing and evaluating compliance risk; formulating and implementing effective compliance management programs; and conducting training for bankers and regulatory personnel. She has helped community banks manage their compliance risk, serving as a critical part of compliance success, as well as working on assignments managing and monitoring compliance risk for large institutions. In her current position at Capco Academy, Elizabeth uses her experience and knowledge as a former regulator, instructor and compliance manager to help develop and conduct custom training for regulators – most notably the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection – and financial institutions alike.

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