Bank Secrecy Act: Red Flags
The Bank Secrecy Act requires financial institutions to assist U.S. government agencies in detecting and preventing financial crimes such as terrorist financing, tax evasion, identity theft, different types of fraud (such as wire fraud, loan fraud, elder fraud), structuring, account takeovers, human trafficking, funnel account activity, and more.
If a bank suspects any illegal activity happening within its bank, documentation must be maintained, and a Suspicious Activity Report may be filed. This course identifies red flags that can help bank employees recognize possible illegal activity. This course is intended for all bank personnel.
ICBA Member - $179.00
Non-Member - $299.00