BSA Officer's Administration Handbook
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Every area of your financial institution is responsible for complying with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and anti-money laundering (AML) requirements — from your tellers to the directors of your institution.
Sheshunoff®'s BSA Officer's Administration Handbook provides the tools necessary to make sure that your institution's BSA/anti-money laundering program is effectively implemented by everyone in your organization. This handbook provides explanations of regulatory requirements, sample policies and procedures, checklists, and training outlines for the staff of each department or operational area of a financial institution.
Organized primarily by job function so that you can easily find specific procedures and related laws and regulations for each department, this comprehensive manual covers:
• Procedures and information that the Bank Secrecy Act officer at your institution will need to administer your BSA/AML program
• Specific discussions and tools for the staff of each operational area affected by AML laws and regulations
• Detailed customer identification program (CIP) procedures
• Red flags that indicate possible money laundering
• Case examples of money laundering
• Training outlines specific to each department
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Table of contents
Section 1: BSA Officer — BSA/AML Program Administration
Section 1A: BSA Officer — Reporting and Recordkeeping Rules
Section 1B: BSA Officer — OFAC, Information Sharing, and Special High-Risk Accounts
Section 2: Tellers
Section 3: Customer Service Representatives
Section 4: Retail Lenders
Section 5: Real Estate Lenders
Section 6: Commercial Lenders/Relationship Managers
Section 7: International Banking Staff
Section 8: Bank Insurance Sales Staff
Section 9: Investment Services Staff and Broker/Dealers
Section 10: Credit Card Department Staff
Section 11: Deposit Operations Staff
Section 12: Loan Servicing/Loan Operations Staff
Section 13: Trust Services Staff
Section 14: Internal Auditor