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We understand our clients have unique business requirements, so we created flexible training packages to best meet the needs of your financial institution.

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  1. Red Flags for Money Laundering

    Red Flags for money laundering and many other crimes are issued by FinCEN (US Treasury) and followed by our financial institution to identify crime. Learn some of the basic red flags that we look for and what they mean and what action our institution might take.

    13 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  2. Preventing Human Crimes

    Our role in the financial institution is to prevent financial crimes. This can encompass many human crimes like human trafficking, human smuggling, elder fraud and more. Our anti-money laundering programs including technology are getting good at generating alerts for this type of activity. Learn more about the financial institution’s role.

    14 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  3. Recordkeeping

    Two huge pieces of recordkeeping—the monetary instruments and funds transfers. It is an older part of the BSA program and serves as a deterrent to criminals who would prefer their identities to be kept secret. During the Talk, our directors will learn how this works in our BSA program.

    11 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  4. Suspicious Activity Reports

    The backbone of BSA, the SAR starts with alerts and then into investigations, then to SAR. It is often a complex and confidential process of identifying suspicious transactions for the financial institution. Learn how this decision making process works and how the financial institution contributes to preventing financial crimes.

    10 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  5. Currency Transaction Reports

    We file both CTRs and SARs in our reporting piece of BSA. The CTR is the oldest piece of BSA work and tracts cash in and cash out over $10,000. This information is gathered by tellers and submitted by the BSA Department takes a great deal of time for our front line staff and BSA Department.

    12 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  6. Customer Due Diligence

    Customer Due Diligence is a program which includes beneficial ownership verification. We ask purpose, source and transactional questions to understand how our account holder plans to use the account. Combined with CIP, CDD is a powerful tool to Know Your Customer.

    13 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  7. Customer Identification Program

    Effective 10-1-2003, the Customer Identification Program is a foundational piece of any Know Your Customer Program. It is a one-time on the way in identification and verification of our account holders. Your Board will learn about identification and verification of account holders.

    9 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  8. Four Pillars

    Our BSA programs include four pillars of the program: Audit, Internal Controls, BSA Officer and Training. These foundational parts of our BSA and OFAC programs set up by the risk assessment then flow to the rest of the BSA and OFAC compliance program.

    12 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  9. Risk Assessments

    During the risk assessment Talk, the Board will learn how we analyze risks for financial crimes. The fluid nature of risk assessments and how we change our risk assessments as the financial institution grows, changes technology and geography.

    12 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks

  10. Overview

    This program is an overview of the components of BSA. Starting with risk assessments, the pillars, the core of the program. Your Board will come to understand how extensive nature of BSA and OFAC programs.

    12 Minutes

    Series: BSA for the Board Talks