Advanced BSA/AML Academy
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Congress has passed legislation that includes comprehensive BSA Regulatory Reform. In addition, the growing complexity of the OFAC sanctions and the increased number of individuals and entities is center stage. And, let’s not forget the changing landscape of bank the cannabis industry. This comprehensive two-day session will focus on these latest changing BSA topics as well as other BSA/AML priorities, and offer tips and tools to develop and manage an effective BSA program. Topics this year include: National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) BSA Implications, Ransomware and BSA Key Initiatives, DOJ Enforcement and Elder Abuse, and more…
This school assists financial institutions in fulfilling the annual training requirements by the BSA regulations. Be sure and register for this timely, AML/BSA program which provides an in-depth coverage of current trends and tools for today's BSA Officers and BSA team members.
This program is designed for those who have a working knowledge of BSA compliance including BSA, AML, Compliance and Fraud Officers Team Members, and Auditors. Individuals with accountability for BSA Compliance will also benefit from this program, such as: retail management, risk management, operations, and employee development.
Recap of Major AML/BSA Trends in 2020 and 2021
Update and Impact of BSA Reform - National Defense Authorization Act
FinCEN Update and Impact of the FFIEC BSA/AML Examination Manual -April 15, 2020
Learning from Recent Enforcement and Audit Findings Best Practices
What are the Examiners and Auditors BSA/AML Pulse Points?
SAR Process: Continuation and Voluntary Filing
Ensuring Compliance with the Training Component
Cannabis Banking – MRB, Hemp and CBD Update?
Insider Abuse and Complicity and Red Flags
Hot Topics and High-Risk Products and Services
Elderly and Vulnerable Adults Financial Exploitation – Can We Really Make a Difference?
What’s Ahead in 2021
Tips, Tools and Takeaways
As a former banker, Dianne Barton, Founder & President of Performance Solutions, Inc., provides a full array of bank-specific learning solutions including leadership and management development, regulatory and compliance implementations, retail growth strategies, sales & service culture development, strategic planning, is recognized as “real world solutions” by both regional banks and community banks.
Continuing Education Credits Per Program
ABA 14.50 CAFP, 14.50 CRCM Credits
Individual Program Fee Per Person