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May 18: Beneficial Ownership Rule and CTR Changes – The Fifth Pillar of BSA
May 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm EDT$249
Beneficial Ownership is a critical component of the Bank Secrecy Act, referred to as “The Fifth Pillar”. Many banks and credit unions are now preparing for the new Beneficial Ownership Rule which becomes mandatory May 11, 2018. Click on the FinCEN logo on the left to read the recent FAQ document published on the new Rule.
In this important compliance webinar, Robin Guthridge CAMS CRCM, takes attendees through every aspect of this new Rule, along with a detailed Action Plan that financial institutions can use to ensure compliance. Additionally, Robin discusses the new CTR requirements that went into effect recently and what every financial professional needs to know about these changes! Finally, Robin touches on proposed changes and important information related to proposed SAR changes as well as Email Compromise Fraud.
This critically important banking webinar was recorded by BankersHub live during the annual Mile High Summit, hosted by the Independent Bankers of Colorado. Every registrant for this replay will get the handout AND the recorded video playback of this presentation.
Attendees will hear details on:
- Definition and components of the Beneficial Ownership Rule
- The 2 prongs presented
- Ownership Prong
- Control Prong
- Beneficial Ownership Rule Requirements and Exclusions
- Certification examples
- Record-keeping requirements for account holders
- Action planning steps for compliance!
- Currency Transaction Report (CTR) updates and changes
- Proposed Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) changes
- Email Compromise Fraud (FIN-2016-A003) defined
$249 for Webinar and Playback*
NOTE: This event was recorded live on August 1, 2017 at the Denver Branch of the Federal Reserve, as part of the IBC Mile High Summit on BSA/AML
Dates of Event
Friday, May 18, 2018
Terri Sands AAP CAMS
About the Speaker
Robin Guthridge has a strong background in Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance, leadership, and sales management. In addition to performing BSA, deposit, and loan compliance examinations for various institutions, she has developed, implemented, and presented annual BSA workshops for Wipfli LLP’s clients and prospects and for various state banking associations. Robin uses her firsthand experience in the financial services industry to provide meaningful insight and helpful recommendations in the areas of BSA and deposit compliance. Her goal is to exceed client expectations with every contact.