Guide to Anti-Money Laundering & BSA Compliance
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Anti-money laundering, including compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) requirements, has always been a high priority with the federal regulatory agencies. However, with the heightened awareness of terrorist activities, anti-money laundering issues have continued to increase in urgency. Enforcement of the existing BSA and OFAC regulations has increased, changes to the OFAC lists have come more rapidly, and new laws have been enacted to increase the responsibilities of financial institutions in preventing the use of the U.S. financial system for money laundering and terrorist funding, in particular.Included in every appropriate chapter are checklists covering the primary requirements and best practices are discussed. This will provides an easy method to ensure that your financial institution is following the guidelines set out by the U.S. Department of Treasury and the federal banking regulatory authorities.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Customer Identification and BSA Compliance Programs and Requirements
Chapter 2 Suspicious Activity Reporting Requirements
Chapter 3 Currency Transactions Reporting Requirements
Chapter 4 OFAC Restrictions
Chapter 5 Reports of International Shipments of Currency and Foreign Bank and
Chapter 6 Purchase/Sale of Monetary Instruments and Wire Transfers
Chapter 7 Other Records To Be Made and Retained by Financial Institutions
Chapter 8 High-Risk Areas and Restrictions
Chapter 9 Illustrations of Suspicious Activities
Chapter 10 Cases Involving Money Laundering
FIN-2012-A008 FATF Guidance
2007 National Money Laundering Strategy
U.S. Money Laundering Threat Assessment 2006
Appendix A [Reserved]
Appendix B Detailed BSA Review
Appendix C 31 CFR
Chapter X Index