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Webinar: The Truth About Elder Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Members - And Their Families

FREE ONLINE WEBINAR FOR CREDIT UNION PROFESSIONALS

The Truth About Elder Financial
Abuse: Protecting Your Members –
And Their Families


Thursday, June 6, 2019 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Guest Speaker: Elizabeth Loewy

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Presented by Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC and The Cooperative Credit Union Association.

Your members face challenges beyond their physical health as they age. 1 in 5 seniors has been
financially exploited, and the average loss is $120,300 per victim. Caregivers, too, face an average
loss of $36,000 after an older relative has been defrauded.

Credit unions are in a unique position to take steps to protect members and their loved ones from
fraud, identity theft, and age-related issues. The new Senior Safe Act provides important legal
protections to personnel who report suspected exploitation - as long as there is institutional
training on the red flags of elder fraud.

Join guest expert Liz Loewy for a special free webinar focused on current scams, simple strategies,
and innovative tools that credit unions can employ to prevent fraud and identity theft – before
there’s a crisis.


Elizabeth Loewy
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, EverSafe

Liz spent the last 30 years fighting crime and is an expert on issues
related to elder Financial abuse and identity theft. Before coming
to EverSafe, Liz was Chief of the Elder Abuse Unit in the
Manhattan District Attorney's Office. She oversaw the
investigation and prosecution of approximately 800 elder abuse
cases annually. She served as co-counsel in the trial involving the
financial exploitation of well-known philanthropist Brooke Astor
by her son and his attorney, which resulted in convictions to both
defendants.

At EverSafe, Liz's goal is to prevent financial exploitation before it
escalates - often costing victims a lifetime of savings. Liz is a
sought-after speaker at conferences nationwide and conducts
training sessions on financial abuse and how technology can be
used to address elder fraud. She is frequently quoted in national
publications and has appeared on television and radio.


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June 6, 2019 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

FREE ONLINE WEBINAR FOR CREDIT UNION PROFESSIONALS

The Truth About Elder Financial
Abuse: Protecting Your Members –
And Their Families


Thursday, June 6, 2019 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Guest Speaker: Elizabeth Loewy

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Presented by Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC and The Cooperative Credit Union Association.

Your members face challenges beyond their physical health as they age. 1 in 5 seniors has been
financially exploited, and the average loss is $120,300 per victim. Caregivers, too, face an average
loss of $36,000 after an older relative has been defrauded.

Credit unions are in a unique position to take steps to protect members and their loved ones from
fraud, identity theft, and age-related issues. The new Senior Safe Act provides important legal
protections to personnel who report suspected exploitation - as long as there is institutional
training on the red flags of elder fraud.

Join guest expert Liz Loewy for a special free webinar focused on current scams, simple strategies,
and innovative tools that credit unions can employ to prevent fraud and identity theft – before
there’s a crisis.


Elizabeth Loewy
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, EverSafe

Liz spent the last 30 years fighting crime and is an expert on issues
related to elder Financial abuse and identity theft. Before coming
to EverSafe, Liz was Chief of the Elder Abuse Unit in the
Manhattan District Attorney's Office. She oversaw the
investigation and prosecution of approximately 800 elder abuse
cases annually. She served as co-counsel in the trial involving the
financial exploitation of well-known philanthropist Brooke Astor
by her son and his attorney, which resulted in convictions to both
defendants.

At EverSafe, Liz's goal is to prevent financial exploitation before it
escalates - often costing victims a lifetime of savings. Liz is a
sought-after speaker at conferences nationwide and conducts
training sessions on financial abuse and how technology can be
used to address elder fraud. She is frequently quoted in national
publications and has appeared on television and radio.