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Financial Privacy Law Guide

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Financial Privacy Law Guide

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The Financial Privacy Law Guide is the complete and comprehensive resource to keep you up-to-date with the rapidly expanding area of financial privacy. Since the passage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, financial institutions have faced a greater challenge to comply with current state and federal privacy law guidelines. However, compliance with Gramm-Leach Bliley is just the beginning point for evolving financial privacy regulation, which includes areas such as data security breach notification. Because the area of financial privacy is regulated by an array of state and federal laws, the financial industry has a need for a product that brings everything together in one place¿and the Financial Privacy Law Guide is the answer to that need. Subscribe today to:

  • Get a broader understanding of financial privacy law with CCH-written,plain English explanations and analysis of federal and state laws, regulations and issuances
  • Perform searches efficiently with topically organized full texts of federal and state statutes and regulations, as well as significant court decisions
  • Ensure your research is complete with liberal cross-references within each CCH explanation to help you locate all pertinent related laws and regulations
  • Keep current with monthly updates and twice-monthly Report Letters covering late-breaking changes to laws, regulations and issuances, including proposed and approved amendments taking effect in the future
  • Find the full text of federal statutes and regulations you need with topically arranged finding tables and indices
  • Use the quick-reference table of contents in each section as a rapid reference to materials covered by the CCH explanations in that section

The abundance of financial privacy laws, the compliance burden on bank officials and others in the financial services industry, and avid public interest in the loss of personal privacy combine to make the Financial Privacy Law Guide a worthwhile acquisition for many law libraries. (Legal Information Alert, (Volume 21, Issue #2), Alert Publications, Inc. Chicago, IL www.alertpub.com)

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At the core of the Financial Privacy Law Guide are the:
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999
  • Federal Bank Regulators¿Consumer Privacy
  • Federal Trade Commission¿Consumer Privacy
  • Securities and Exchange Commission¿Consumer Privacy
  • National Credit Union Administration¿Consumer Privacy
  • Commodity Futures Trading Commission¿Consumer Privacy
  • Topics covered also include:

  • Fair Credit Reporting
  • Bank Secrecy
  • Government Access to Information
  • Right to Financial Privacy Act
  • IRS Third-Party Summons
  • IRS Third-Party Contacts
  • IRS Returns
  • Financial Institutions Data Match
  • Access to Government Information
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • Privacy Act of 1974
  • Identity Theft¿Pretext Calling
  • Electronic Fund Transfers
  • Electronic Communications
  • Electronic Signatures Act
  • Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
  • Telephone Consumer Protection Act
  • Telemarketing
  • Spam
  • Health Information
  • International Privacy
  • Separate State divisions include state laws and regulations applicable to the following privacy areas:

  • Consumer Financial Information
  • Insurance Privacy Laws
  • Credit Reporting
  • Identity Theft
  • Also included are:

  • Sample Policies
  • Cumulative Index
  • Current Case Table
  • Legislative Tracker
  • Topical Index to New Developments
  • Current Developments
  • Topical Index
  • Finding Tables

Gain a better understanding of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and other regulations that govern financial privacy - Gramm-Leach-Bliley requirements pertinent to consumer financial information is the core of the Financial Privacy Law Guide. Also within the scope of the Financial Privacy Law Guide are: federal and state fair credit reporting and identity theft laws; state financial and insurance information privacy statutes; federal privacy rules for health records; bank secrecy, the Freedom of Information Act; the Right to Financial Privacy Act; telemarketing and spam rules; and international privacy.

Applicable regulations of the federal banking regulators, the Federal Trade Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the National Credit Union Administration and other federal regulators are included. The expert, CCH-written commentary on these laws and regulations give you a broader view of the body of issues surrounding financial privacy.

Stay abreast of changing customer information security requirements ¿ The consumer privacy provisions in the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act), the health information requirements in HIPAA, the Children¿s Online Privacy Protection Act and the safe harbor provisions to comply with the EU Directive on Data Protection all impose a duty to provide reasonable security over customer information. FPLG presents the rules required under these Acts, including the GLB Act Safeguards Rule, HIPAA Security Rule and the Interagency Security Guidelines, that companies must comply with to guard customer data and implement security programs. State laws requiring customer notification when there has been a data security  breach at a financial institution are also included. In addition, the information disposal rules, passed by the banking agencies and the FTC, require institutions to take appropriate measures to properly dispose of consumer information derived from consumer reports. FPLG helps institutions and their service providers comply with this duty to destroy customer information.

Find the state and federal regulations you need quickly with the Financial Privacy Law Guide - We've organized the Guide by state and federal jurisdictions for quick reference. Each division begins with a detailed table of contents and a CCH explanation of the topic, followed by the full text of laws, regulations and interpretative agency issuances. Amendments to laws and regulations are reflected in the topical divisions every month. Items of current interest (regulatory releases, agency letters and court decisions) can be found in Current Developments.

Keep up-to-date with convenient Report Letters, which notify you of new developments as they occur - As a Financial Privacy Law Guide subscriber, you will receive a twice-monthly Report Letter, in addition to your monthly updates, that will present to you a brief overview of new actions of federal and state regulators as well as expert, CCH-written commentary on the new developments.

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