Today’s business structure environment is very complex. You will open many types of business accounts with multiple layers of ownership. This program will focus on different structures and common errors. When is an account a “dba” and when is it disregarded? When is it an agent and when is it a sole proprietorship? There are many mistakes made by financial institutions because of lack of understanding of business structures.
- Sole Proprietorship with trust as owner
- Corporation with a dba
- Partnership with LLCs as partners
- LLC with single member as a person
- LLC with single member as a business
- LLC with multiple members who are both people and businesses
- How do we drill down?
- How do we get beneficial owners and controlling person?
- What if the customer lies?
- What if the customer’s business structure changes? Is sold? Is dissolved?
- What happens in the business when a principal dies?
Who Should Attend?
New Accounts, Personal Bankers, Loan Officers, Branch Managers, Training, head tellers, supervisors, branch administration and compliance
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