NEW! VIRTUAL PROGRAM: Advanced BSA Update for Banks UNDER $500 Million in Assets
May 21: Online
Be sure and register for this timely, VIRTUAL LIVE one-day AML/BSA program which provides current trends for today's BSA Officers and BSA team members. This program also assists financial institutions in meeting the annual training requirements by the BSA regulations.
The financial industry is required to take an increased leading role in the prevention of money laundering and potential terrorist funding. Compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) continues to be a top priority with the regulators.
Attendees will participate in case studies, review "real world” situations, and develop "take-aways” that can be implemented back at their banks.
The focus of this program is to provide an update to the BSA/AML emerging trends and hot topics. The program will provide valuable information and networking opportunities which will help you enhance your BSA Compliance Program and to help you prepare for your next BSA examination and audit.
This virtual program will be held as a Zoom meeting. This will be a live, interactive session with discussion among the presenters and attendees. Directions and links to join the meeting will be emailed to you three days before the session.
- Brief Recap of Major AML/BSA Trends in 2020 including:
- Impact of COVID-19
- Cybersecurity – BSA Tips and Tools
- Additional Key Initiatives and Hot Topics
- What’s New in the BSA/AML Examination Manual – April 15 Update
- The Impact of Recent BSA/AML Violations, Enforcements & Penalties – Case Studies
- Common BSA/AML Audit Findings
- Effective Risk Assessments
- Insider Abuse and Complicity
- Pros and Cons of Banking High Risk Products and Services
- Money Service Businesses – Upfront Due Diligence and On-Going Monitoring
- Privately Owned ATMs
- Update on Cannabis-Related Businesses – From Hemp to Marijuana
- What’s Ahead in 2020-2021
- Best Practices for Today’s BSA/AML/OFAC Compliance
8:30–9:00 a.m.: Log In and Registration
Noon–1:00 p.m.: Lunch
1:00–3:30 p.m.: Training
This program is designed for BSA/AML compliance and fraud team members and support staff, audit team members, and Individuals with accountability and responsibility for BSA Compliance. Because the focus is on emerging trends and hot topics, the program is more appropriate for those who have a working knowledge of BSA/AML.
Facilitators: Performance Solutions, Inc.
Dianne Barton is the Founder & President of Performance Solutions, Inc., a training and consulting company that specializes in providing solutions to the key challenges facing community banks today in attracting, selling & servicing their customers. As a former banker, her service, which includes a broad scope including strategic planning, leadership and management development, regulatory & compliance implementations, retail growth strategies, and sales and service culture development, is recognized as “real world solutions” by both regional banks and community banks.
Trina McCoy, Senior Consultant and Facilitator, started her career with a regional bank in 1999 as an in-store branch manager and later managed a traditional branch. As a bank corporate trainer, Trina facilitated numerous programs and was known for her engaging, audience-focused approach to training and development. Trina also served as a Regional Manager and City President where she assisted with the opening of over 30 branches and was responsible for managing, training and operational duties. She has also served on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement.
Site connections/registrations for this program are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Everyone registered for this program will receive access information via email on Monday, May 18, 2020. Those who do not receive information by 2 p.m. CT on that date are not considered registered and should contact Sheena Frech in the TBA office. You may contact TBA prior to May 18 to verify receipt of your registration.
Tennessee Bankers Association does not assume responsibility for incorrect information supplied to us, for those registering incorrectly for the program, or for registrants who do not contact TBA if they have not received access information by 2 p.m. CT on May 18, 2020.
Please note: TBA’s Virtual Live Training option allows for one participant per paid registration. The paid registration gives access to program resources for effective learning. If additional attendees would like access to the program resources (including but not limited to online link/connection, program manuals, and interaction with the facilitator/speaker) an additional paid registration is required. We appreciate your assistance in ensuring that each event participant is registered with TBA and all applicable fees are paid. This will help our organization continue to provide exceptional resources to its members. CPEs and attendance records are kept for all programs. In order to receive documentation for completion of TBA programming, participants must be registered and complete the interactive activities during the Virtual Live program.
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