Reserve Requirements (Reg D) for Depository Institutions
Reserve Requirements (Regulation D) for Depository Institutions
SELF-PACED ONLINE COURSE: ABA ELEARNING
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Updated: Oct. 2013
Course Description: Reserve Requirements for Depository Institutions (Reg D) focuses on the responsibilities of Frontline personnel related to the reserve requirements imposed on depository institutions. The course covers the Regulation D-imposed reserve requirements on all depository institutions, defines transaction accounts, and includes the restrictions on NOW account eligibility. This course discusses the restrictions on the type and number of transactions allowed per month for both Money Market deposit accounts and savings accounts and explains the Regulation D requirement for financial institutions to follow when clients conduct excessive withdrawals or transfers of funds.
Audience: Call Center Representatives, Customer Service Representatives and Tellers who interact with clients over the phone on a daily basis.
Learning Objectives: By the Reserve Requirements for Depository Institutions (Reg D) will be able to:
Explain the concept of reserve deposits and the transactions included in the reserve requirement calculation
Identify key Reg D requirements for demand deposit accounts and NOW accounts
Explain the restrictions on savings accounts and how to handle excessive transfers and withdrawals
Describe key Reg D requirements for time deposit accounts
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