EVENT: BSA on Demand (Session Code: 645)
The Bank Secrecy Act requires that all frontline personnel be trained on money laundering and the responsibilities of the financial institutions on currency reporting and suspicious activity every year. This seminar is designed to accomplish the training requirements on currency reporting, how to identify suspicious activity, new customer identification procedures and record retrieval on wires and monetary instruments. All frontline employees must know how the financial institution can be used in criminal activity. Participants will leave more aware of what to look for and what to do if a member appears to be using the financial institution for illegal purposes. The OFAC list will be explained as well as the financial institutionís responsibilities in reviewing this list and identifying potential terrorist activity.

Illinois Pricing:
Affiliate: $ 100.00
Non-Affiliate: $200.00

Out of State Pricing:
Regular: $ 150.00

Contact: Cheryl Washington (Illinois Credit Union League)
Phone: 630-983-3417
Fax: 630-983-3212
Email: cheryl.washington@ilcusys.org

Speaker: Carol Bertoux
Speaker Bio:
Carol Bertoux is Associate General Counsel for the Illinois Credit Union League. In this position she assists the general counsel and chief operating officer of the League in general matters on behalf of the League and itís affiliates. She also analyzes state and federal laws, rules and regulations that affect credit unions, and provides assistance and advice to credit unions and their retained counsel.


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