CFPB Webinar: Suspicious Activity Reports and Elder Financial Exploitation

March 20, 2019

Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT

Join the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office for Older Americans for a free webinar highlighting findings from its new report, Suspicious Activity Reports on Elder Financial Exploitation: Issues and Trends. CFPB’s first-ever public analysis provides a chance to better understand elder fraud and find ways to improve prevention and response.

The webinar will provide key facts, trends, and patterns revealed in these Suspicious Activity Reports—or SARs—filed by banks, credit unions, money transmitters, and other financial services providers. Presenters will discuss the implications of these findings and next steps. Key audiences for this webinar include financial institutions, law enforcement, prosecution, adult protective services, the aging network, and others working to enhance protections for older adults.

Please RSVP to:

To join this webinar:

  1. Click here to join webinar online

  2. For audio please call: 1-800-779-4691

    • Conference number: PWXW8892029

    • Audience passcode: 7732522


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