February 13, 2020

New NAFCU BSA School built for core foundation of BSA knowledge

SLCNAFCU's newly formatted BSA School – replacing BSA Seminar – brings the same ability to earn a prestigious NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) designation and an updated format aimed at a solid understanding of the core Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) regulations that impact operations. Designed specifically for credit unions by leading BSA authorities, attendees will walk away with the tools and foundational know-how to fortify their credit union's BSA/AML program.

BSA School takes place July 27-29 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Register now to secure your spot.

Sessions at the new BSA School will cover:

  • detailed reviews of specific provisions, including customer due diligence and beneficial ownership requirements;
  • filing suspicious activity reports (SARs) and currency transaction reports (CTRs);
  • compliant recordkeeping; and
  • what regulators look for related to BSA exams and enforcement.

View the full agenda.

For those who have attended BSA Seminar in the past, already earned a NCBSO designation, or would simply like to expand upon their mastery of core BSA skills, NAFCU recommends attending the new BSA track available at the association's Regulatory Compliance Seminar, happening October 27-30 in Atlanta, Ga. The BSA track will promote discovery of the latest BSA challenges, provide knowledge of how to conquer these challenges and afford the opportunity to discuss specific issues face-to-face with industry experts.

Additionally, Regulatory Compliance Seminar is the best way for existing NCCOs and NCBSOs to obtain recertification – without retaking exams. Register now and join the Keep Me Posted list to get updated on the full agenda once it’s released, and more.