Regulatory expert Timothy Dunfey will lead this comprehensive series. Start the year with new knowledge and increased value.
What You Will Learn
- Introduction to and Overview of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
- BSA Reporting Requirements
- Patriot Act I– Controls
- Patriot Act II– Controls Continued
- Program Level Expectations and/or Requirements
Earn Your BSA/AML Certification in January. Take your career to the next level in the new year.
Financial institutions must take BSA compliance seriously as regulators ramp up their efforts in 2022. Few regulations are as complex and have as many nuances as the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and related anti-money laundering laws and regulations, making mastery of this area particularly valuable for financial institution professionals.
Earning a certification showing your BSA/AML knowledge will enable you to avoid being passed over for a promotion, increase your value for a new opportunity, and advance your career. This is the year for upskilling!
BSA failures have resulted in some of the largest fines in U.S. financial services history—and not just for large financial institutions. There is also the potential for significant civil and criminal penalties associated with BSA violations. Insight into the requirements will allow you to reduce risk and protect your financial institution.
The BSA/AML Officer Certification Training Program will enable you to:
- Hear practical solutions and best practices from an industry expert
- Get the training you need to manage your institution's BSA/AML program and minimize risks
- Interact with the presenter in live question and answer session
- Have access to recorded versions of all of the live webinar sessions (You can use these as a substitute for attending any of the live sessions or as a reference that you can refer to when the need arises in the future.)
- Avoid the expense and inconvenience of travel to attend
- Demonstrate to regulators that your institution is serious about its BSA compliance responsibilities
BSA/AML Officer Certification Training Program
- Webinar 1: Introduction To And Overview Of The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
- Regulators and law enforcement – OCC, FRB, FDIC, FINCEN, SEC, state regulators, DOJ
- Regulators and law enforcement – BSA, Patriot Act, OFAC
- Financial institutions and other regulated entities – 31 CFR 5312
Webinar 2: BSA Reporting Requirements
- Negotiable Instrument Log (NIL) and Currency Transaction Reports (CTR)
- 314(a), 413(b) and special measures
- Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR)
Webinar 3: Patriot Act I – Controls
- The five pillars of AML
- Training, BSA officer, and audit
- Policies and procedures
Webinar 4: Patriot Act II – Controls Continued
- CIP and KYC
- CDD and CRR
- Normal and expected activity
Webinar 5: Program-Level Expectations And/Or Requirements
- Risk assessments
- Transaction monitoring
Who Should Attend?
- Bank officers
- BSA officers
- Compliance officers
- Bank employees
- Anyone seeking to become a BSA/AML officer
- Financial crimes compliance attorney and consultant with over 20 years of experience in financial services management, sales, operations, and compliance
- Currently overseeing legal and compliance matters for a credit card company
- Previously Compliance Officer at Citibank, overseeing EDD for the highest risk customers, and Deputy BSA Officer at Great Florida Bank
- As a consultant with Promontory Financial Group, represented boards regarding regulatory deficiencies, managed numerous FCC improvement projects, and conducted audits and risk assessments across a wide variety of financial institutions
- J.D. degree
Credits: Live webinars approved for 5.0 CPE credits
Field of Study: Management Services
Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Certificates of Attendance: BankersWeb certificates of attendance are available to all registered participants completing this webinar.
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Employers particularly appreciate BankersWeb certifications because they represent definitive confirmation of the mastery of the subject area.
Please follow these steps to earn your certification:
- Attend all the training sessions in their entirety.
- Gain access to the final exam at the conclusion of the last session.
- Take the final exam and receive a score of 80% or better.
If you have any questions about the certification process, please get in touch with us.
We look forward to your participation!