1. BSA/AML Officer Certification Training Program

BSA/AML Officer Certification Training Program

$995.00
Financial compliance attorney Timothy Dunfey and renowned corporate trainer Bob Greene will reveal the BSA/AML compliance landscape. You will receive concrete and detailed guidance and learn about the regulators’ current expectations.
Event ID: 5689589
Recording: Unable to attend live sessions? A recording will be available after each presentation.
Date: October 22, 29, November 5, 12 & 19, 2020; 12 PM Eastern
Duration: A total of 5 hours of training over 5 sessions
Presenter: Timothy Dunfey and Bob Greene
Quantity Price
2 $895.00
3 $795.00
4 $695.00
5+ $595.00

Effective management of a financial institution's BSA function requires a level of knowledge that can only be acquired with thorough training and meaningful experience. 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.

The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and related anti-money laundering laws and regulations are extremely complex. Every institution is required to have a designated BSA/AML Officer, and this training and certification ensures our certification graduates have a baseline level of knowledge necessary to begin excelling in their role.

Master the regulatory requirements from start to finish:

  • Hear practical solutions and best practices from instructors who are industry experts and are now consultants to financial institutions across the country.
  • Get the training you need to manage your institution's BSA/AML program in a manner that minimizes risks.
  • Interact with your instructors in live question and answer sessions.
  • 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 in order to attend. All you have to do is close your office door and log in.

Plus! You'll also have the opportunity to earn a prestigious professional designation awarded by Sheshunoff Consulting + Solutions and BankersWeb.

Gain insight through our comprehensive five-session program, and earn your certification with Sheshunoff Consulting + Solutions and BankersWeb.

Webinar 1:

Introduction to and Overview of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)

Thursday, October 22

12:00 PM Eastern; 11:00 AM Central; 10:00 AM Mountain; 9:00 AM Pacific

  • Part 1: Regulators and Law Enforcement–
    • OCC, FRB, FDIC, FINCEN, SEC, State Regulators, DOJ
  • Part 2: Regulators and Law Enforcement–
    • BSA, Patriot Act, OFAC
  • Part 3: Financial Institutions and Other Regulated Entities–
    • 31 CFR 5312

Webinar 2:

BSA Reporting Requirements

Thursday, October 29

12:00 PM Eastern; 11:00 AM Central; 10:00 AM Mountain; 9:00 AM Pacific

  • Part 1: Negotiable Instrument Log (NIL) and Currency Transaction Reports (CTR)
  • Part 2: 314(a), 413(b) and Special Measures
  • Part 3: Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR)

Webinar 3:

Patriot Act I– Controls

Thursday, November 5

12:00 PM Eastern; 11:00 AM Central; 10:00 AM Mountain; 9:00 AM Pacific

  • Part 1: The 5 Pillars of AML
  • Part 2: Training, BSA Officer and Audit
  • Part 3: Policies and Procedures

Webinar 4:

Patriot Act II– Controls Continued

Thursday, November 12

12:00 PM Eastern; 11:00 AM Central; 10:00 AM Mountain; 9:00 AM Pacific

  • Part 1: CIP and KYC
  • Part 2: CDD and CRR
  • Part 3: “Normal and Expected Activity”

Webinar 5:

Program Level Expectations and/or Requirements

Thursday, November 19

12:00 PM Eastern; 11:00 AM Central; 10:00 AM Mountain; 9:00 AM Pacific

  • Part 1: Governance
  • Part 2: Risk Assessments
  • Part 3: Transaction Monitoring
  • Part 4: OFAC

Financial compliance attorney Timothy Dunfey and renowned corporate trainer Bob Greene will reveal the BSA/AML compliance landscape. You will receive concrete and detailed guidance and learn about the regulators’ current expectations.

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