Date

Nov 17 2021

Bank Secrecy Act Annual Training

Wednesday, November 17, at 2:00pm-3:00pm EST.

Via Zoom

Sign up now for this required training as a member benefit at no additional charge to your credit union. Attendees will receive valuable information and updates on the requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act. The agenda includes:

  • USA PATRIOT Act – Customer Identification Program (CIP), 314(a), and 314 (b)
  • Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) program requirements
  • Currency Transaction Reporting (CTR) elements
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) requirements
  • Tips for writing an effective SAR
  • Due diligence for high-risk businesses
  • Real-world examples of how to identify suspicious activity
  • Elder Financial Exploitation red flags

Completion of this training meets your NCUA Annual BSA Training requirements. Attendees will receive a confirmation of training for their records.

Register Now!

 

Presented by:

Kim Bohannon, Tennessee Credit Union League

As Chief Innovation Officer (CINO), Kim is responsible for the development and delivery of association services in the areas of compliance, education, and communications. Kim currently serves on the TN Elder Abuse Task Force, is a certified Credit Union Compliance Expert, Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist, and a member of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators. 

Kim joined the league in 2019. She was previously the Vice President of Compliance and Risk Management with Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union and has worked with the North Carolina Credit Union League and Navy Federal Credit Union. In her free time, Kim serves as a volunteer with Inheritance of Hope. A unique organization dedicated to providing retreats to children and families who have a parent with a terminal illness. 

Laura Parrish, Kentucky Credit Union League

Laura Parrish is the Vice President of Association Services.  In that role, Laura is responsible for sales engagements and partnership management on behalf of the League Service Corp.  Laura also leads the education initiatives of the league association. Prior to joining the League in 2008, Laura gained 12 years of credit union experience at L&N Federal Credit Union in Louisville, Kentucky.  Laura is a Certified BSA Compliance Specialist. She received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Training and Development from the University of Louisville in 2002.

Laura served as Chair for the Southeast Region of Credit Union Schools Advisory Committee. In her free time, Laura enjoys working with school programs as a Regional Archery Coordinator for Kentucky NASP.  She is responsible for helping schools start archery programs and is active in hosting archery tournaments for NASP.

Katie Means, Kentucky Credit Union League

Katie Means is the Director of Education for the Kentucky Credit Union League. She develops and oversees conferences and training programs for Kentucky’s credit unions. Katie’s background in event planning, marketing, and account management helps her to create memorable events that both meet the training needs of the organization and exceed the expectations of the participants. 

Katie attended the University of Louisville and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She received her Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist designation from CUNA. Katie serves on the Executive Committee for CUNA’s HR and Organizational Development Council and is the Chair of the Member Resources Committee. She is involved in her local Meeting Planners International Chapter, KY Society for Association Executives, and she serves as a member of the Parish Council for St Margaret Mary. Katie resides in Louisville, KY with her husband, Jonathan, and two children, Annabelle and Maxwell. In her free time, she enjoys staying active and traveling with her family.

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