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Proactive Measures Today Lead to Greater Success Tomorrow
As regulators continue to study overdraft programs and finalize plans to test new consumer disclosure prototypes, many banks and credit unions have chosen to put upgrading their existing overdraft offering on the back burner. Discover why now is the perfect time to proactively align with the most accurate overdraft guidance and best practices, or upgrade a non-disclosed program to a transparent solution. You’ll see how a fully compliant overdraft program can help you avoid regulatory scrutiny and experience positive results for your institution and your account holders.

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What’s on your ‘overdraft program’ checklist?
Though a basic concept―helping an account holder overcome a checkbook oversight or emergency situation―overdraft programs involve several moving parts for your organization: notification, sign-up, and usage to name a few. Accordingly, having an implementation checklist can help you achieve compliance and avoid charges of deceptive practices. Read on to learn if your overdraft program is one that checks all the boxes for organizational and account holder success.

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A new season is a time to change, update and grow

By Richard Miller, Executive Vice President


Changing seasons is often a time for making evaluations. Consider changing your overdraft program by including or enhancing a fully-disclosed model, which can benefit your account holders through authenticity, staff through clarity and the operations through profitability. By striving for transparency, your bank or credit union can transition its growth from occasional to perennial.

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Matrix overdraft systems: more risk than reward?

By Richard Miller, Executive Vice President


Overdraft programs with dynamic limits can be short-sighted by placing profit over principle at unfair and consequential expense to account holders. Their undisclosed methods can lead to higher charge-offs and account holder turnover. In contrast, a fully-disclosed overdraft program promotes transparency and responsible use, providing your account holders with a financial safety net at an established price, one designed to solve a short-term liquidity situation with your account holders.

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Don't be complacent about overdraft compliance

By Cheryl Lawson, EVP-Compliance Review


In the absence of a definitive regulatory ruling on overdraft strategies, some financial institutions have placed their overdraft program on autopilot or have put the idea of providing a financial safety net for their account holders on the back burner. If you’ve become complacent about overdraft compliance, learn how implementing a fully disclosed overdraft privilege program now can help you avoid increased regulatory scrutiny—regardless of when a final ruling is introduced, get back on track to improving overall performance and provide account holders with a valuable financial service.

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