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CUNA conference tackles BSA changes
MADISON, Wis. (6/26/14)--Registration is open for the Credit Union National Association Bank Secrecy Act Conference, Oct. 26-29, in Las Vegas.
 
In partnership with the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors, the CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Conference brings together Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance officers, state and federal examiners, industry experts and regulators.
 
"It's not only important to learn the essentials of the BSA, but to stay current with it on a yearly basis," said Tracy Blaske, CUNA director of compliance education. "It's been an examination focus for the last three to five years and it's not going away any time soon, so this conference is dedicated to sharpening and updating attendees' BSA knowledge each year."
 
This year state examiners and attorneys will receive updates from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the National Credit Union Administration and the Office of Foreign Assets Control agencies.
 
Attendees may earn their CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist designation by successfully completing an on-site exam.
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