Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Training Courses
Get training to meet your Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) training requirements.
Banks are required to have processes that determine which transactions are potentially suspicious and implement strong BSA compliance program that uses comprehensive Customer Due Diligence (CDD) policies, procedures, and processes for all customers, particularly those that present a higher risk for money laundering and terrorist financing.
What You'll Learn From Our BSA Training Courses
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- Red Flags for money laundering
- Definitions and building blocks for your BSA policy
- When it says "policy", "procedure", or "process" in the exam manual - what is the difference?
- Things that are exam hotspots in your policy
- What is the Board involvement in your policy? Why are somethings better in procedures than in the policy?
- Using the FFIEC exam manual to guide you through the process...and much more!
Wires and monetary instrument recordkeeping rules
- Customer Identification Rules
- Internal Audit requirements
- Risk assessing your BSA Officer
- How to keep risk fluid in your organization
- Customer Identification Programs - changing and evolving your program
- Customer Due Diligence and High Risk Customers
- Nonresident alien accounts and W-8BENs
- Training requirements and things you might not know
To find your desired BSA training courses, either select a Recommended Course from the list below, or select "BSA" and your state from the "Professional Development" section of the search box at the bottom of this page.
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