CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Conference

In partnership with NASCUS

October 26-29, 2014 Las Vegas, NV

Keep current with the Bank Secrecy Act

In partnership with NASCUS, CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Conference brings together Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance officers, state and federal examiners, industry experts and regulators for discussion, networking and education on BSA compliance issues. This annual conference covers all of the BSA statutory and regulatory training requirements that compliance professionals need in order to comprehend and comply with the complex federal BSA law.

Attendees receive pertinent updates from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) agencies. State examiners and attorneys also attend the loaded schedule of sessions and events, creating valuable networking opportunities and exclusive takeaways for credit union professionals.

October 26-29, 2014 • Las Vegas, NV
$1,095 ($1,295 after August 26, 2014)

Register

Affiliation with CUNA/League required for attendance. 

CPE Credits: You can earn 21 group-live credits for this program. No advance preparation or prerequisites are required. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as complaint and refund, please contact CUNA at 800-356-9655, ext. 4249. To view all programs that offer CPE credits, click here.

ACE CREDITThe American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for this program. 


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Pre-conference Workshop: Building a SAR Escalation Process

October 26
$299

A key component to any robust BSA/AML program is a credit union’s SAR escalation process. However, each specific process must be tailored to the operations, personnel and risk of that particular credit union. Having an adequate SAR escalation process allows credit unions to effectively manage and document its efforts with respect suspicious activity monitoring.

In this interactive session, you will walk through the workflow of initial detection, research, decision making and filing suspicious activity reports. Utilizing tools to assist with documentation, attendees will work with peers to discuss, build, and/or revise their credit union’s specific SAR escalation process.

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Become a BSACS

Earn your Bank Secrecy Act Complinace Specialist (BSACS) designation by attending the conference and passing the corresponding exam. Learn more.