Rising to the Challenge

If you are interested in creating or enhancing an Anti-Money Laundering program for your financial institution or want to learn more about the Bank Secrecy Act, you have come to the right place.

The BSA Coalition was founded in 2008 with the primary objective of providing the tools, resources and expertise to assist financial institutions to create highly effective BSA/AML programs.

Membership  includes bankers and regulatory representatives from various federal and state banking agencies.

Our unique approach comes from the strong desire of those involved to create compliance programs on the leading edge of managing and anticipating ever-changing AML risks.

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Membership is FREE and offers access to representatives from regulatory agencies, creating an environment where we can build consistency in the interpretation of the regulations and development and administration of your AML compliance program.

Joe Soniat, Union Bank and Trust

Dan Soto, Ally Financial

Elaine Yancey, Richmond Fed
Regulatory Advisor

Beverly Jules, New York Fed
Regulatory Liaison

David Kim, New York Fed
Regulatory Liaison

Donna Kitchen
Founding Sponsor

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Beneficial Ownership – Preparing Your Front Line

The March 14th webinar has passed, but you can still access the online recording and download the presentation slide deck.

Click here for access

The AML Risk Conundrum - What Does AML Risk Really Mean?

The BSA Coalition training event, “The AML Risk Conundrum – What Does Risk Really Mean?,” is now available. Industry experts from both small and large banks and a regulator weighed in on this issue and addressed the challenges of assessing, defining, communicating and managing risk concerns. The event was recorded on November 17, 2016 and the video and materials are now available.

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Save the Date!

BSA Coalition Annual Conference
June 6, 2017

Federal Reserve Bank
Richmond, Virginia