As elder financial exploitation has flourished during the pandemic, credit union professionals can learn to recognize signs of possible exploitation of their members.
A complimentary webinar at 10 a.m. on April 13 will provide participants with insight on when it is ok to report suspicions of fraud and to whom, best practices credit unions should have in place and where those with questions can turn.
Participants will utilize studies as a framework to discuss the challenges of identifying and reporting elder financial exploitation, and resources and strategies for building and maintaining an effective program to protect members from financial fraud will be provided.
Speakers include Christina McGuire, a lawyer and investigator with Elder Fraud Advisors, and Ayana Mortley, workshop training coordinator at NYC Elder Abuse Center/Weill Cornell Medicine.
Interested participants can learn more and register for the webinar, “Identifying and Reporting Elder Financial Exploitation: Challenges and Supports,” on the New York Credit Union Association’s website.