Regulation CC, also known as the Expedited Funds Availability Act, establishes the basic rights, liabilities, and responsibilities financial institutes have regarding the availability of deposited funds. Regulation CC also outlines the rules and regulations banks must follow pertaining to substitute checks.
This Regulation CC: Funds Availability Act - Overview online training course provides an overview of funds availability rules, required notices, returning of checks, and substitute checks. This course is intended for frontline staff and those who make decisions regarding holds and the paying of checks.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this online Regulation CC: Funds Availability Act course, the user will learn to:
- Acknowledge when funds must be made available for withdrawal
- Know when and how to notify the customer of delayed availability
- Review that you and your bank are disclosing the banks funds availability policy accurately
- Ensure the return of a check to the depository bank is done in a timely and correct manner
- Understand the basic rules regarding Check 21 and substitute checks
This online Regulation CC: Funds Availability Act course is made up of the following sections:
- Regulation CC and Availability of Funds
- Next Day and Second Day Availability
- Exception Holds/Delayed Availability
- Exception Hold Notices and Fees
- Return of Checks and Substitute Checks
This Regulation CC: Funds Availability Act online training course was designed for frontline staff and those who make decisions regarding holds and the paying of checks.
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