Elder Financial Abuse Seminar

Date: October 16, 2013

Time: 9:30 am - 4 pm

Location: Quorum Center, Downtown Raleigh (323 West Jones Street)

Registration: $50 early bird (October 2 deadline) / $75 regular

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SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS (for attendees only)

Matt Cordell - Complying with NC New Statute Protecting Older Adults and Disabled Adults from Financial Exploit

Nancy Warren - Reporting When Elder Financial Abuse is Suspected     Adult Protective Services Fact Sheet     Contact Information on Local Adult Protective Services Agencies

Tammy Smith - NC's Financial Crimes Initiatives

Michael East, Jim Grier, & David Kirkman - Common Elder Scams and Prosecution     Guide to Scams and Fraud

Jenefer Duane - Money Smart for Older Adults Training Program (downloadable resources available via FDIC website)


This seminar will help your bank with prevention, detection and reporting of financial exploitation. Employees who handle compliance, operations and front-line staff training are encouraged to attend. Effective December 1 of this year, all financial institutions will have to report financial exploitation of seniors 65 years of age and older and disabled adults 18 years of age and older. During the October 16 event, you will hear best practices for implementation and reporting and also learn from case studies where financial institutions have provided assistance in prosecution of elder scams. Topics will include:

  • Complying with the New NC Laws and Best Practices for Implementation
  • Reporting When Elder Financial Abuse is Suspected
  • Common Elder Scams and Prosecution
  • Training Front Line Staff on Detecting Financial Exploitation

The NCBA is co-hosting this seminar with the NC Credit Union League since this issue affects both banks and credit unions.

A Certificate of Completion for continuing education is available upon request for your filing purposes for your professional organization. Please visit the registration desk during the conference and sign the Certificate of Completion notebook.

If you have any questions or need additional information, contact our Meetings Department at 800-662-7044.