Strengthen your defenses against fraud – don’t miss this upcoming Fraud Symposium
August 24, 2017 | 8:30 am – 4:00 pm (MST) | Homewood Suites – Bozeman, MT
The Financial & Retailers Protection Association (FRPA), Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and UMACHA bring you this annual event to provide the information you need regarding the latest in crime trends, cybersecurity and fraud prevention. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet your local law enforcement and to gain practical tips to strengthen your defenses against fraud.
Qualifies for up to 6.6 AAP and 3.9 NCP Continuing Education Credits
Attend Payments University and the Fraud Symposium to earn up to 19.8 AAP and 8.4 NCP Continuing Education Credits
Download Fraud Symposium Brochure here!
Who Should Attend?
RDFIs, ODFIs, Frontline & Cash Management
Members $300 | Non-Members $600
Combo Pricing Information to attend Fraud Symposium and Payments University:
Members $575 | Non-Members $1,150
1023 Baxter Ln
Bozeman, MT 59715
A block of guest rooms have been reserved at the rate of $189 per night. To receive the group rate, make reservations prior to Saturday, July 22, 2017, or until room block is full.
Reservations by Phone: (406) 587-8180
Online Hotel Reservations: Homewood Suites
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Assistant Attorney General Chuck Munson and Jennell Huff from the Bank of the Rockies Shields Valley Office will speak about forming habits to avoid becoming a victim of elder fraud and exploitation as well as tips to help protect your loved ones from being victimized.
Join Chuck and Jennell for lunch, sponsored by AARP, at the Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge from noon to 2:00 PM.
Space is limited, please reserve your spot by contacting Jennell Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 406-686-4204 no later than June 10, 2017.
Together with the Helena credit unions, Montana’s Credit Unions is coordinating a High School Financial Reality Fair Friday, March 24, 2017 in the Montana State Capitol Rotunda.
Financial Reality Fairs
The Financial Reality Fair is a 60–90 minute experiential learning activity where students get a feel for real‐life monthly budget. They approach the fair as if they need to budget a monthly salary while paying for housing, utilities, transportation, groceries, entertainment, and some surprises along the way.
This Reality Fair is interactive, which will allow students to visit booths and acquire information and budget expenses based on interest and family size. This eye-opening experience will give students a view into what costs they can anticipate and how to budget for the future.
The Financial Reality Fair is flexible, allowing integration into any school size or timeframe.
Local high schools will be busing students up to the Capitol between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to participate in this experiential learning event. Forty-five volunteers are needed for each of the three sessions held throughout the day. Interested individuals can sign up to volunteer here.