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BSA Annual Training Update - Something Different on the Horizon

date_range March 25th at 2:00pm EDT
Registration ends at midnight the night before event (March 25th at 12:00am EDT).

Training is a core requirement of a satisfactory Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) compliance program. At a minimum, a BSA/AML training program must provide training for all personnel whose duties require knowledge of the BSA. While BSA/AML training is required, financial institutions have some flexibility in the way they design the training program. Effective training programs provide employees, both new and experienced, with a clear understanding how BSA/AML and OFAC impacts them in their positions. In this session, we will take a look at human trafficking and smuggling along with some risk management best practices, as an addition to the standard annual BSA Training. This program is a higher level of BSA training and perfect for BSA and Compliance staff, front-line staff, operational staff, internal auditors and your Board of Directors.

What You Will Learn:

1. Beneficial Ownership Rules & Customer Due Diligence

2. Types and examples of money laundering

3. Human Trafficking and Smuggling

4. Risk Management Best Practices


  • Maria Coppinger-Peters
    • Maria Coppinger-Peters
    • Maria Coppinger-Peters is a Senior Compliance Consultant at Capco. Maria has more than thirty years of extensive consumer compliance and BSA/AML experience at financial institutions. Maria has dealt with State Member Banking regulators, FDIC regulators, Office of Thrift Supervision regulators and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency regulators during the course of her career in banking. These various types of experiences have provided Maria with strong insight into the challenges faced by institutions of all sizes. Maria has worked with and trained senior bank management and board members on the complex regulatory and compliance issues facing banks today.