B2B Suspicious Activity Report: What, When and How

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CE Credits:  CRCM 1.25  /  CAFP 1.25

Description: This Back2Basics will spotlight Suspicious Activity Reports. Suspicious activity reporting is part of the foundation of the Bank Secrecy Act reporting system. The content and quality of the information included in SAR’s are vital to federal and state law enforcement’s ability to combat terrorist financing, money laundering, and other financial crimes. This webinar will discuss what to include in an effective SAR narrative, when a SAR should be completed, and how to complete a SAR.

People who should attend: Suspicious Activity Reports would include Tellers, Branch Manager, Deposit Operations Staff, and BSA/AML Compliance Officers.

Presenter:  Daniel Baker, Compliance Officer

Daniel Baker serves C/A as a Compliance Officer. He attended Michigan State University College of Law. During law school, he worked in a variety of compliance and legal positions for software companies, and Allpine Title. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Utah Valley University. Most recently, he worked for a local law firm based in Temple, TX. Before law school, Daniel worked in various jobs within the financial sector, including a supervisor role at TCF Bank and as a Private Client Banker for JPMorgan Chase Bank. In addition to his professional career, He’s developed and conducted hundreds of seminars and educational classes based on financial independence, as well as a host of other topics.