The BSA Coalition was founded in 2008, expressly to create a forum in which experts at financial institutions, regulatory and law enforcement agencies and other organizations can discuss and debate questions, guidance and day-to-day issues associated with the development and implementation of effective Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering programs.
At our third annual conference, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) Director James H. Freis, Jr., will discuss FinCEN's role in combating financial crimes and how the regulators, financial institutions, law enforcement and his agency work together to safeguard national security. In addition, terrorist financing and white collar crime expert Dennis Lormel will speak about key AML/CFT concepts towards a better understanding of how institutions can effectively navigate current AML threats and compliance challenges. Both speakers will touch on the differing perspectives of law enforcement and financial institutions and the value of partnering to eliminate financial crimes. Further discussions will center around other relevant AML/fraud topics including the role of SARs in law enforcement investigations, industry trends, the examination process and regulatory changes.
Members of the anti-money laundering professional community, including, but not limited to: BSA/AML officers and personnel, compliance officers, auditors, insurance company executives, regulators and law enforcement officials.
Conference presentations will be available after the conference at the BSA Coalition website.
Deadline: June 28, 2011
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