The BSA Coalition was founded in 2008, expressly to create a forum in which experts at financial institutions, regulatory agencies and other entities can discuss, debate and resolve questions, guidance and day-to-day issues associated with the development and implementation of effective Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering programs.
The 2010 conference will feature discussions surrounding AML and combating the financing of terrorism. An industry panel will discuss due diligence, monitoring systems, the impact of electronic payments on BSA/AML risk and the current environment. Other AML topics include the revised FFIEC BSA/AML Examination Manual, changes in rules, the examination process, and the fraud/AML connection.
Members of the anti-money laundering professional community, including but not limited to: BSA/AML officers and personnel, compliance officers, auditors, regulators and law enforcement officials.
Conference presentations will be available after the conference at the BSA Coalition Web site.
Supervision, Regulation & Credit