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Fort Hood National Bank Senior Vice President Ron Taylor joins the show to discuss banking to veterans and active duty military. What products and services do they need and what banking challenges are presented when soldiers are deployed? Dimitris Rousseas of Compliance Alliance answers the question of the week about balloon mortgage loans.
Past TBA Chairmen Wes Hoskins, First Community Bank, Corpus Christi, and Vic Pierson, Moody National Bank, Galveston, share their insights on banking on the Texas Gulf Coast. They discuss disaster preparedness, the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA) and lessons learned from Hurricane Ike. Interviewing them is TBA's General Counsel John Heasley. Compliance Alliance's Scott Daugherty provides his Compliance Question of the Week.
TBA Chairman Ignacio Urrabazo, President and CEO of Commerce Bank, Laredo, discusses border banking issues with TBA's General Counsel John Heasley. They discuss TBA's Non-Resident Alien lawsuit against Treasury, compliance challenges and opportunities available to banks doing business on the Texas-Mexico border. Brien O'Connor of Texas Bankers Insurance Agency answers the insurance question of the week.
Join the faculty of TBA's Management Development Program, Steve Ahlberg, Jackson Hataway and Juli Lynch, as they discuss leadership: how to cultivate and mold leaders and how to keep them engaged. They will also talk about their MDP program, which just graduated Class VI.
In an age of communication and information overload we are desperately in need of distinguishing between the primary and the peripheral. Learn in contrast the difference between the Church and the Ecclesia and how the crises, critics and ill-concepts cease when Christ is kept at the center.
Caroline Jones, commissioner of the Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending, joins the show to discuss the state of savings institutions in Texas. Latresa Powell of the Texas Bankers Insurance Agency answers the question of the week, "Is there a specific protocol for reporting potential financial bonds or D&O claims?"
Jonathan Morris of Titan Bank joins the show to discuss how his bank capitalizes on the growing peer-to-peer lending trend. Scott Daugherty of Compliance Alliance answers the question of the week, "Do we have to reimburse a customer for debit card transactions his daughter made without his authorization?"
Keith Fruechte of OneBeacon Insurance Group joins the show to discuss workers' compensation. Dimitris Rousseas of Compliance Alliance answers the question of the week: If we deny a deposit account due to a ChexSystems report, are we required to send out an adverse action?
Learn the Secrets of The Banking System and you can discharge/set-off almost any debt with the "Accepted for Value" process.
To understand "Acceptance for Value" you must first understand contracts
HJR-192 superseded Public Law (what passes as law today is only "color of law"), replacing it with public policy. This eliminated our ability to PAY our debts, allowing only for their DISCHARGE. When we use any commercial paper (checks, drafts, warrants, federal reserve notes, etc.), and accept it as money, we simply pass the unpaid debt attached to the paper on to others, by way of our purchases and transactions. This unpaid debt, under public policy, now carries a public liability for its collection. In other words, all debt is now public
Since the Treasury Direct Account (TDA) exists for the STRAWMAN - who, until now, has been controlled by government - We can gain control (and ownership) of the STRAWMAN by first activating the TDA and then filing an UCC-1 Financing Statement. This does two things for US.
First, by activating the TDA we gain limited control over the funds in the account. This allows us to also move entries, figures, and digits ... for OUR benefit.
Secondly, by properly filing an UCC-1 Financing Statement we can become the holder in due course of the STRAWMAN This gives us virtual ownership of the government created entity
The long hours and constant pressure of working in high-level banking positions can be a challenge for many women, and Bridgit Chayt has certainly had her share of high-level positions.
With more than 30 years in banking, Bridgit has served in leadership roles in banking ranging from global corporate product management to global marketing management. Currently, Bridgit serves as Executive Vice President, Director of Treasury Management & Business Deposit Services for Comerica Bank.
Today, we’ll be chatting about Bridgit’s journey to leadership, the importance of women mentoring other women, her passions for volunteering and how it plays into career goals, and her advice to young women pursuing professional careers.
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In honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day which takes place on June 15, Peter Gwaltney of the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation joins the show. Gwaltney talks about how the Foundation enables banks a way to earn CRA credit through the sponsorship of their program in senior housing facilities, HUD communities and Veterans homes in the form of community development loans, CRA-qualified investments and grants.
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