CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool with NASCUS

CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool with NASCUS
Date:
10/07/2019 To 11/15/2019
Product Code:
ES6BSA19
Speaker:
Ryan Canin
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Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML)-related crimes are evolving and members expect you protect them from these threats while still providing the services they need. You need a thorough understanding of money laundering to thwart money laundering, keep your members safe and your credit union compliant. With CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool with NASCUS, you’ll hone your acumen as a reliable, confident authority on all things relevant to the BSA, including an opportunity to earn or recertify your Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) designation.

This event is endorsed by the CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council.

Who should attend

This eSchool is beneficial for BSA officers and compliance professionals, anyone interested in earning the CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) certification and current BSACS designees needing to recertify.

Steps to BSACS Certification and Recertification

BSACS Recertification Requirement: There is no recertification exam this year. CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool or CUNA BSA/AML Certification Conference attendance, every three years, is the only recertification requirement for BSACS recertification designees.

BSACS Certification Exam window:

View the BSA/AML Certification eSchool Syllabus (includes a prepare for BSACS Certification Exam checklist).

    1. REGISTER for CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool with NASCUS.
    2. LOCATE a proctor in your area. For more information on proctor guidelines, please click here.
    3. SCHEDULE your exam on a date that is before the exam deadline: 9-18-20
    4. COMPLETE & SUBMIT the Proctored Exam Request form four weeks before your scheduled exam date. Remember the exam deadline is 9-18-20, please plan accordingly. When completing the form, choose BSACS Certification Exam (SC503). You do NOT need a Comp Code.
    5. PREPARE: utilize the BSA/AML Certification eSchool Syllabus, which includes a Certification Exam Checklist, to prepare for the certification exam.
    6. ATTEND the CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool with NASCUS
    7. TAKE the BSACS certification exam before 9-18-20.

Topics

BSA Potpourri
October 7, 2019 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Speakers: Colleen Kelly and Valerie Moss

BSA is nothing if not interesting, and while changes to BSA have seemingly eased in 2019, there remain some important areas of discussion. This current state creates a unique opportunity for not only learning from industry experts but also peer-to-peer learning.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn valuable perspectives in past, recent and forthcoming developments and enforcement
  • Solidify your understanding of S2155 elder abuse and ID deletion changes and requirements
  • Discuss recent enforcement action lessons learned
  • Learn more about examination focus areas, including customer due diligence
  • Discuss recent developments and prevalent information in the areas of cannabis banking and human trafficking

Cybersafety for the BSA Officer
October 14, 2019 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Speaker: Nicola Foggie

Cybercrimes are at an all-time high, with millions of Americans affected by data breaches, “phishing” attacks through emails, viruses, malware, identity theft, etc. The number of attacks, foreign and domestic, are growing each day. It’s no wonder that cybersecurity for financial institutions, including credit unions, is top of mind. Recently, there was a nationwide effort by email “phishers” who targeted BSA Officers of credit unions, and other financial institutions. The cybercriminals were attempting to lure BSA officers into giving them network access using a classic contaminated email attachment scheme. Cybercriminals know that BSA Officers are the guardians to the gateway of safety and soundness for their credit unions. So, if your credit union is not keeping up with best practices for cybersafety, it will be vulnerable to an attack. This interactive session will examine the components of the nation-wide “phishing” attack on BSA Officers as well as other types of cybercrimes to bring awareness of how to protect yourself, your credit union, and its members, while sharing with you steps to reduce the risk of becoming a victim to these types of schemes.

This session will cover:

  • What happened in this precisely targeted malware campaign against BSA Officers
  • Learn the different “ishing” scams and other types of Cybercrimes
  • How to avoid getting caught in a “phishing” attack
  • When to recognize that social media is NOT your friend
  • Walkaway with a 10 Step Cybersafety Plan for your credit union

Modern Trends in Money Laundering
October 21, 2019 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Speaker: Sue Landauer

Read any good headlines lately? We have. Crypto currency, real estate purchases, bribes, deficiencies of AML compliance programs. We have it all. Let’s talk about trends in the marketplace, and key indicators we should be looking for to ensure our credit unions are not being used for money laundering practices. Don’t be the next financial institution named for deficiencies... sometimes being in the spotlight isn’t where you want your credit union to be.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about the newest trends in money laundering, including hidden trends
  • List the key indicators important in identifying these new trends
  • Learn where can you find the current trends and how to keep up to date

Data Integrity: Why Do We Need to Care?
October 29, 2019 // 11:00-Noon CT

Speaker: Ryan Canin

Data integrity affects the whole Credit Union: Data and its quality is not only a pivotal part of BSA and day to day operations but affects everything from loan quality to collections effectiveness. Since these areas often rely on the same data, its quality is crucial to a Credit Union's Health. The BSA department plays an important role in the validation & collection of data when it enters a Credit Union and throughout its lifecycle. This session will examine how data becomes compromised and how we can prevent this through appropriate controls in the lifecycle of data management.

Enhanced Due Diligence - When to Escalate, When to De-escalate
November 11, 2019 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Speaker: Ashley Cole 

BSA is one of those evergreen and ever-evolving areas of compliance, and due diligence is a cornerstone of any BSA/AML program. We’ll look at the requirements regarding risk-based customer due diligence and discuss how your processes are escalated when high-risk members require enhanced due diligence. Assessing the expected activity of members, particularly those presenting higher risk, is fundamental for compliance and critical in helping protect your credit union.

 Learning objectives:

  • Learn about the newest trends in money laundering, including hidden trends
  • List the key indicators important in identifying these new trends
  • Learn where can you find the current trends and how to keep up to date

What's Hot with Payments and BSA/AML
November 15, 2019 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT 
Speaker: Rayleen Pirnie

This session explores the sometimes seedy side of payments, and their intersection with BSA/AML. You’re not alone if you’re concerned about recent pushes for “faster payments” and how that translates into your CU’s ability to monitor and stop prohibited transactions. If you think money laundering is only found in the illegal narcotics world, think again. There’s a whole different environment of payment rules, regulations and guidance that place responsibility on the CU to monitor payments. Do you know why?

This session will examine:

  • The potential disastrous impact of faster payments on BSA/AML if your CU is not prepared
  • What (and why) NACHA has recently required on TPSs and TPSPs
  • CIP challenges in an online world
  • The challenges of FinTEch
  • Cyber and BSA/AML
  • How Kansas City CU’s helped combat (and ultimately bring down) a forced sexual exploitation ring
  • What the recent flurry of BSA/AML findings have looked like and what to watch out for
  • What “actual knowledge” really means and how your CU can be involved
  • The future of BSA/AML

We’re going to hit a jackpot of various cases where payments and AML have recently collided (sometimes smoothly, sometimes not) and examine lessons learned to arm you with more information, particularly on what “not to do.”

Pre-recorded, self-paced training

BSA 101 and Compliance Specialist (BSACS) Certification Class (3 hours)

CUNA BSA 101 and Compliance Specialist Certification Class curriculum encompasses crucial Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) content for students who need a comprehensive understanding of the BSA. This class is taught by experienced industry experts, Colleen Kelly, CUNA senior federal compliance counsel, and Valerie Moss CUNA, senior director of compliance analysis. It is designed for credit union professionals who need to learn the BSA, as well as anyone interested in refreshing their foundational knowledge in this area. This three-hour class is available to registered attendees on October 14, 2019.

Topics include:

  • Components of a BSA Compliance program
  • Customer identification and member due diligence
  • Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs)
  • Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and monitoring requirements
  • Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) compliance
  • BSA recordkeeping requirements
  • Responding to government agencies requests
  • Penalties for non-compliance
  •  Agency guidance

Also Available

All live event registrations include credit union access to the recorded sessions. You may also purchase the recorded event separately. Click here to see more about purchasing the recorded event.

This eSchool is available to CUNA Training Bundle users at no additional cost.

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