CSBS BAI Online Course Catalog


Consumer Lending: Marketing and Social Media 30 minutes This interactive course, intended for consumer lending personnel, identifies best practices for marketing consumer loans, including disclosure requirements, limitations on solicitations via telephone, email, and social media, as well as how to identify fair lending and UDAAP risk factors. Regulations addressed in this course include Reg Z, TCPA, and CAN-SPAM Act.

Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering

Consumer Lending: BSA and Security Concerns 35 minutes This interactive course, intended for consumer lending personnel, provides a comprehensive overview of how to comply with requirements for suspicious activity, including when and how transactions should be blocked or rejected when there is a positive match to OFAC's Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list, how to protect confidential or sensitive consumer information, and what steps should be taken if there is a data breach. This engaging learning experience features video, audio, and scenario-based challenges.

Corporate Compliance Laws and Regulations


Bank Holding Company Act: Anti-Tying 20 minutes Designed with the needs of frontline employees such as lending personnel in mind, this course offers a broad overview of the anti-tying provisions introduced by the Bank Holding Company Act. Through exposure to the regulation-specific concepts and their practical applications, employees will learn how to recognize the concept of tying, determine why some tying arrangements are permitted, while others are prohibited, and recognize the importance of learning and following your institution's anti-tying policies and procedures.

Assorted Regulations

Federal Record Retention Requirements 30 minutes Intended primarily for senior management and board members, this course provides a comprehensive overview of federal records retention requirements, as well as best practices for implementing an effective records management program. 10 minutes This compliance brief discusses the conditions and means by which a Federal Reserve Bank may extend credit to depository institutions and other entities. 10 minutes This compliance brief outlines the conditions under which an individual may be considered a financial institution, and is therefore able to take advantage of the netting provisions described in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991. Regulation A: Extension of Credit by Federal Reserve Banks Regulation EE: Netting Eligibility for Financial Institutions


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