Bank Secrecy Act Seminar coming this Spring

How well will your BSA compliance program stand up to regulatory scrutiny?

Bank Secrecy Act officers must possess an in depth understanding of the Bank Secrecy Act, its record-keeping and reporting requirements to set up the policies, procedures, and processes that help stop money laundering. At this informative program, credit union compliance expert Mary-Lou Heighes will help BSA officers examine in detail each BSA/AML requirement, each report and its reporting requirements. She will also discuss guidelines for building an effective BSA monitoring system. In addition, we will discuss the credit union’s Customer Identification Program, Risk assessment and its OFAC responsibilities. In just one information-packed day, this program takes up where basic BSA training leaves off.

The Bank Secrecy Act Seminar will be taking place in two locations this Spring. Select the location that is nearest you to register and learn more about the program.

Phoenix, AZ: March 22, 2016

Denver, CO: May 3, 2016