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CE Credits: 1.25 CRCM, CERP, CAFP
Join us for this webinar’s insight into key regulatory updates as we explore these areas and others as applicable to Bank Secrecy Act and the National Defense Authorization Act. These areas may include but are not limited to:
- Rulemaking updates to address the vulnerability of the U.S. real estate market to money laundering and other illicit activity;
- Updates on the renewal and expansion of Geographic Targeting Orders (GTOs) that require U.S. title insurance companies to identify the natural persons behind shell companies used in all-cash purchases of residential real estate;
- Regulatory Enforcement Updates; and
- Russian Sanction Updates.
People Who Should Attend:
BSA and AML Officer and supporting personnel, Compliance Officer and supporting personnel, payment processing personnel, anyone who has an interest in this area, and those that are seeking ABA credit.
Presenter: Chan Masselink, JD, CRCM, Associate General Counsel
Chan Masselink, JD, CRCM, serves C/A as an Associate General Counsel. He has a B.A. in Business Administration from Augustana University and a J.D. from Mitchell-Hamline University. Over his career, Chan has served as Compliance Administrator, Compliance Auditor, Chief Compliance Officer, and most recently, as General Counsel for a lender in Overland Park, KS. He was admitted into the South Dakota Bar.
Masselink’s 20+ year lending and legal experience includes 10 years in mortgage areas, including a real estate, mortgage and law practice. Throughout his career, Chan has advised companies and financial institutions on a wide range of topics, including collections, servicing, privacy, insurance and elder law, as well as handled litigation and in-house research. He has been a proven resource in analyzing gaps and deficiencies, while recommending stronger policies and procedures.