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Compliance Summit Adds Certification Component

July 8, 2016

TAMPA, Fla. — Organizers of Compliance Summit have announced that attendees will have the opportunity to earn Certified Automotive Compliance Specialist status at the Las Vegas event, which will be held Aug. 29–30, 2016, at Paris Las Vegas, as part of the annual Industry Summit.

David Gesualdo, who serves as show chair and as publisher of Auto Dealer Today and F&I and Showroom, said the addition of a certification component was in response to demand from past attendees.

“I can’t tell you how many times we have heard, ‘I need something I can take back to the dealership,’” Gesualdo said. “That is a perfectly reasonable request and, with the help of our speakers, we are going to make it happen.”

Certification will require participation in a comprehensive, four-hour review session on Tuesday morning and successful completion of a written exam. The review will be given by Compliance Summit speakers and focus on the following topics:

  • Ethics
  • Reg Z
  • Reg M
  • Risk-Based Pricing Rule
  • Adverse Actions
  • ECOA
  • FCRA
  • Credit Applications
  • Signature Issues
  • Conditional Delivery
  • Monroney Labels
  • Addendum Stickers
  • Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
  • Used Car Rule
  • Red Flags Rule
  • Safeguards Rule
  • FACT Act
  • Cash Reporting
  • OFAC
  • USA PATRIOT ACT
  • Discrimination
  • Fair Credit Policies
  • UDAP
  • EH&S Basics

Compliance Summit is a series of regional events that began in Miami in November 2014 and has made stops in Chicago, Austin and Tampa. Attendees are invited to take part in the rest of Industry Summit, which also includes two full days of sales and F&I training, at no additional cost.

To register for the Las Vegas event, visit www.dealercompliancesummit.com. Attendees who register by July 29 will enjoy a $100 discount. For more information about Compliance Summit, including sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email or at (727) 947-4027.

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