Bankers Continue Their Education, Remain Compliant
Stand-alone BSA/AML conference returns on May 10–11!
Back again in 2023 as its own conference, the Wisconsin Bankers Association is excited to offer its BSA/AML Conference in person at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells this spring!
In order to maintain the credentials required for managing, auditing, or implementing the portion of their institution’s compliance function that relates to money laundering, terrorist financing, or national security, banks are required to provide ongoing training for those responsible for BSA and AML compliance.
The WBA BSA/AML Conference provides bankers with the opportunity to hear and interact with regulators — at both the state and federal functional regulatory agencies — and gain instruction in BSA/AML compliance issues. While the conference curriculum changes each year, bankers return year after year to ensure they remain up to date on issues, topics, and guidance related to their compliance responsibility.
The two-day event will cover topics including:
- AML Software Identifications, & Proposals, Payments, and Compliance Update
- SAR Trends and Updates
- Keys to Completing the SAR Narrative
- Elder/Vulnerable Adult Exploitation
- AMLA Update
- Beneficial Ownership Identification Reporting (BOIR)
In addition to the various networking opportunities WBA events are known for, attendees will receive two full days of instruction from speaker Mark Dever of ProBank Austin and Nick Bonnema of Wipfli LLP.
“In this rapidly changing BSA environment, attendees will get the latest status on a variety of topics and issues that are evolving, along with feedback and guidance from the examiners, and of course, the opportunity to network with their peers,” highlights Dever. “Attendees can make the most out of their attendance by coming armed with questions on BSA, and the willingness to actively participate in the various sessions.”
Those interested in attending the event on May 10–11 should visit wisbank.com/BSA-AML to learn more or to register.