eTrain: Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) for BSA Officers

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Is your credit union’s Bank Secrecy Act compliance program as effective as it could be? Would your examiners agree?

Is your credit union’s Bank Secrecy Act compliance program as effective as it could be? Would your examiners agree?

Bank Secrecy Act officers need a thorough understanding of BSA and its 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 report and its reporting requirements. She will also discuss guidelines for building an effective BSA monitoring system.

You’ll learn about:

  • Money laundering, BSA, USA PATRIOT Act, and OFAC
  • BSA program elements
  • Internal procedures and controls
  • Role of the BSA officer
  • Currency Transaction Report
  • Suspicious Activity Report
  • Recordkeeping
  • Customer Identification program and Customer Due Diligence
  • Consequences of noncompliance
  • Risk and duties of credit unions

Be prepared when your examiners ask for proof of your BSA Officer training! Along with the link to this live program, you will also receive an electronic certificate template that you can complete with each attendee’s name, to be printed and signed by your credit union’s BSA webinar learning leader.

Who should attend?

  • Bank Secrecy Act Officers
  • Compliance Professionals
  • Internal Auditors
  • Operations Professionals
  • Member Service Managers & Supervisors
  • Security/Risk Management Professionals

Meet the presenter, Mary-Lou Heighes:
Mary-Lou Heighes, CUCE, is President and founder of Compliance Plus, Inc., which helps credit unions large and small with the development of compliance programs and compliance training and assistance. She provides compliance training all over the country for various state leagues and credit unions, and also speaking at numerous credit union conferences throughout the country. Mary-Lou has been an instructor at regulatory compliance schools, has conducted dozens of webinars for credit union related organizations throughout the country, and has written articles for Credit Union Magazine. She spent many years working on the very laws and regulations she trains on today.

Mary-Lou has been involved in the credit union movement since 1989. She spent five years working in credit unions and seven years providing compliance assistance through the Information Hotline and writing and editing TIPs bulletins advising credit unions to changes to regulations affecting credit union business.

Program length 90 Minutes

Registration Investment

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