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BSA/AML Mile High Summit – 6 Sessions from Indep Bankers Colorado

July 24, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 6:45 pm EDT


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          6 Online Sessions Live-Streaming from Federal Reserve Denver

Indep Bankers of Colorado BSA ImageThe formal requirements for financial institutions and money service businesses under the Bank Secrecy Act are no less important today than they were in 2001, when the USA Patriot Act substantively transformed the anti-money laundering landscape.  In fact, examining agencies appear to be increasing the scrutiny applied to the compliance programs of financial institutions and money service businesses.

The goals of this full day series of online BSA seminars are to:              

  • Help you adopt improved BSA/AML practices;
  • Establish stronger internal controls; monitor appropriately for weaknesses; and
  • Provide training to key leaders involved with BSA/AML .

This dynamic, information-packed, one-day Summit will provide you with what you need to know about BSA/AML.

Register for individual sessions below, or save $$ and pay just $549 for all 6 informative discussions streamed live to you as they happen!  You can register right here at BankersHub to watch this event LIVE from the comfort of your own office AND receive recorded playbacks within 24 hours of the event ending. The playbacks may be stored or shared internally and do not expire. be able to send your questions in during the event for the panels and speakers to address real time.

Please note the times below are all in EASTERN TIME. Also CAMS and CPE credits ARE available and approved for these events.

Also, if any of the times aren’t convenient, please remember that EVERY BankersHub event registration includes the recorded playback for FREE!

1 – Bridging the Gap Between Information Security Officers and BSA/AML Officers 2 – Regulator Panel 3 – Vision 2020 – Who, What, When and Why 4 – Evolution of Terrorist Financing Methods: From Hawala to Virtual Currency 5 – Challenges of Providing and Managing Financial Access for High Risk Customers 6 – Sanctions Compliance for Community and Regional Banks

The partnership between the Information Security Officer (ISO) and the BSA Officer is crucial to the success of the financial institution’s BSA program. Bringing ISO and BSA Officers together can ensure that the best and most efficient use of data is being attained. As the latest technologies and techniques are brought in, BSA Officers need to educate ISOs as to what they are looking for in the data being generated and ISOs can educate BSA Officer in getting the most out of the technology being used.

Representatives from each of the federal regulatory agencies and the Colorado Division of Banking are invited to give a review of their agencies’ current philosophies and practices. They will provide an overview of their agency’s current approach to BSA/AML examinations and you will have an opportunity to ask questions and participate in give and take discussions. This is your chance to discover what the focal point of your next on-site examination might be.

Vision 2020 represents a series of initiatives enabling states to move towards an integrated, 50-state system of licensing and supervision for non-banks, including FinTechs. Among the initiatives:

  • a Fintech Industry Advisory Panel to identify pain points and recommend solutions;

  • a next generation technology platform to streamline licensing and supervision;

  • and state efforts to harmonize their practices

Terrorism is a centuries old problem. It has evolved with time. Likewise, methods of terrorist financing have evolved with time and technology. From hawala to virtual currency, whether its cash or bitcoin, funding mechanisms have evolved. The one constant is that terrorists require funds to sustain their operations. They will take advantage of every funding source and every funding mechanism they can to gain access to finances. This compelling session will discuss a variety of terrorist financing mechanisms and how they have evolved in 2018 to facilitate terrorist operations. This banking webinar will also discuss funding sources and the funding streams terrorists use to access finances to sustain their operations.

  • Identify and promote awareness of funding mechanisms used by terrorists

  • Discuss and promote awareness to how the sources of funds move through funding mechanisms to support terrorist operations

  • Demonstrate how to disrupt terrorist financing mechanisms

Balancing the desire to provide banking services to entities characterized as “high risk” by regulators and law enforcement, with the seemingly ever-changing compliance obligations of managing oversight continues to challenge the AML community. As Congress and the federal agencies continue to review this environment, this session will cover the state of play with so-called derisking, the various reports and guidance that compliance officers are considering and a discussion of possible solutions.

The sanctions landscape is evolving and becoming more challenging and complex than ever before. Increasing globalization means financial institutions and money service businesses are generally exposed to greater sanctions risks, operational and oversight challenges, and obligations to comply with sanctions administered by multiple jurisdictions and agencies.

10:30 – 11:30 am ET 11:30 – 12:45 pm ET 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET 3:30 – 4:30 pm ET 4:45 – 5:45 pm ET 5:45 – 6:45 pm ET

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$549 for all 6 Webinars and Playbacks*
$249 for individual Webinars with Playbacks*
*Playback has no expiration and may be shared internally. All customers receive playback link regardless of whether they attend.

Date of Event

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Credits Available

  • AAP
  • CPE
  • ICB – CRCM

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