2018 BSA/AML Compliance School

Date: 
Jun 20, 2018 to Jun 21, 2018
IBA Center for Professional Development
8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd., Suite 155E
Indianapolis
IN
46240
USA
Program Overview: 

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After 48 years, compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) continues to be a top priority of the regulators. The financial industry is required to take an increased leading role in the prevention of money laundering and potential terrorist funding. Examiners are increasing their focus to ensure financial institutions are complying with all aspects of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and its many regulatory requirements.

The focus of this program is to provide an update to the BSA laws and regulations and to provide valuable information that will help you enhance your BSA/AML Compliance Program and to help you prepare for your next BSA examination and audit.

This two-day program features industry experts, law enforcement, and regulators who will discuss the latest changing BSA topics and offer tips and tools to develop and manage an effective BSA program. 

Attendees will also participate in case studies, review "real world” situations, and develop "take-aways” that can be implemented back at their banks. Attendees will also benefit from shared knowledge, networking, and best practices.

Topics: 
Day One, Wednesday, June 20
  • Best Practices: Learning from Recent Enforcement and Audit Findings
  • BSA Update on Hot Topics - Beneficial Ownership, Impact on CDD, Privately Owned ATMs, Cyber Security, Elder Financial Exploitation, and More
    • BSA/AML Officers from throughout the state will share best practices on how they have implemented the CDD Final Rule, Model Risk Management, and other hot topics.
  • Risk Rating High Risk Products and Services
  • The BSA/AML Risk Assessment Tool - Or Is It a Comprehensive MLR System? 
  • Best Practices - BSA/AML Recent Examinations and Audit Findings
  • New FATF Standards for Terrorist Financing - Radar Up 

Day Two, Thursday, June 21

  • Regulatory Panel
    • Representatives from each of the federal regulatory agencies, as well as, the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions will present a review of their agencies current philosophies and practices. They will offer an overview of their current approach to BSA/AML examinations, and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and participate in give and take discussion. This is your chance to see what the focal points of your next on-site examination might be. This year’s panel members are asked to focus on their expectations regarding the implementation of the new due diligence regulation
  • FinCEN Update
  • Educating the Bank and the Board: Ongoing Learning and Communication 
  • Getting the Most from Your Core Providers and AML Software 
  • Key SAR Tips and Tools and Best Practices 
  • BSA Update- What’s Ahead? 
Speaker: 

Dianne Barton, is the Founder and President of Performance Solutions, Inc. Her expertise in customer service, leadership, and sales & service culture development is recognized as leading edge by both national banks and community banks. Dianne’s programs are designed to “close the gap” between the bank’s needs & employees’ skills. A philosophy of experiential learning and participant involvement in training led to the development of her “TELL-SHOW-DO” training method that is skill based rather than theory based.

Betsy Maesen currently serves as FinCEN's Liaison to Industry. In this role, she liaises with representatives from the financial industry and provide BSA/AML subject matter expertise on a variety of financial services covered by the BSA, but she specializes in money services businesses (MSBs), the virtual currency industry, and the gaming (casino) industry. Betsy manages activities of the executive-level Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group (BSAAG) and related committees.

Todd Proebsting is a financial institution industry management consultant with over 12 years of experience providing strategic business operations and risk management services to financial institution clients. As an office leader and financial industry professional Todd has had experience with business administration and client engagement administration. Todd has developed the unique ability to work with all financial institution clients, from small community banking organizations to large complex financial institutions.

EJ Tolentino, CPA, is a principal in the Financial Institution Group of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP from Indianapolis, IN. Tolentino performs certified audit, directors' examinations, internal audits, and consulting services for community banks. He has over seventeen years of experience working with community banks.

Agenda: 

The dates of the BSA/AML Compliance School will be June 20 - 21, 2018. 

Registration will be at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Class will begin on both Day 1 & Day 2 at 9:00 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m. 

Location: 

This school will be held at the IBA Center for Professional Development, 8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite 155E, Indianapolis, IN 46240.  Directions, map & list of hotels are available by calling 317-387-9380 and ask for Elizabeth Kilty.

Fees: 

IBA Members

$495 first registrant

$445 for each additional registrant

Non-Members

$990 for each registrant

Fees include, casebook, study materials, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks each day. 

Additional Information: 

Who Should Attend

This school is designed for personnel who have management and/or functional level responsibilities for BSA compliance and/or operations. Individuals with retail banking, risk management, compliance, audit, operational, corporate banking, and training responsibilities will benefit from this program.

Why Participate?

The BSA/AML Compliance School is a cost-effective way to ensure that your BSA program is all it needs to be.  Plus, the networking with other BSA Officers and industry experts will give you great ideas to add to your present program and it will provide a “birds eye view” of what to expect at your next BSA/AML Compliance exam.

CRCM, CAFP, CPE, and Certificate of Completion
The 2018 BSA/AML Compliance School has been approved for 14.5 CRCM credits and 14.5 CAFP  Certification holders must report these credits at aba.csod.com. The BSA/AML Compliance School will qualify for 10.0 hours of CPE Credit.

To demonstrate your commitment to having a strong compliance program, attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the program.

 

Association Contact: 

For additional information please contact:

Laurie Rees, Vice President, Education & Training
LRees@indianabankers.org

Marcy Borden, Education Coordinator
mborden@indianabankers.org

Elizabeth Kilty, Education Coordinator
ekilty@indianabankers.org

IBA Education & Training Department - 317-387-9380

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