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CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Conference Focus Announced
MADISON, Wis. (5/23/13)--The Credit Union National Association announced topics for the CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Conference, Nov. 3-6 in Orlando, Fla. 

In partnership with the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisers, CUNA's BSA 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.

The annual conference covers all of the BSA statutory and regulatory training requirements that compliance professionals need to comprehend and comply with the complex federal BSA law, CUNA said.

"When it comes to BSA compliance in today's environment of increased regulation, we don't want any of our attendees left guessing," said Tracy Blaske, CUNA instructional design manager. "With that in mind, we make sure this conference covers all the bases from law updates to interactive Suspicious Activity Report case studies."

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the National Credit Union Administration and the Office of Foreign Assets Control agencies will provide updates to attendees. State examiners and attorneys also attend.

Attendees earn the CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) designation by successfully completing an on-site exam. For more information, use the link.
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