Reporting of suspicious activity is a vital part of any solid BSA/AML Program. However, if you take all the time and effort to create a solid monitoring program so you can identify suspicious activity and then report that activity ineffectively, you are defeating all the work you put into reporting it! This webinar will give you an understanding of how law enforcement looks at SARs and uses that information and how the financial industry can write more effective SARs.
Attendees will be able to write more effective SARs that will help law enforcement stop criminal activity.
BSA Officers/personnel involved in filing SARs
Nancy E. Lake, Director of Compliance Anchor. She has over 16 years of experience in the BSA/AML world. Nancy was CAMS certified in 2008, received her CAMS-Audit certification in 2013, and her CAMS-FCI certification in 2015. She has served as BSA Officer in multiple community banks where she successfully created and implemented the entire BSA program including one bank with a number of international MSBs. She has conducted bank wide BSA/AML training including Board of Director training. Nancy also speaks at numerous conferences throughout the year here in the U.S. and even overseas. In 2012, Nancy became the founding Director of Compliance Anchor. She is utilizing her BSA experience and 19 years as an educator to provide assistance to financial institutions in the areas of training, risk management, and the development of sound internal programs and best practices.