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.

Who We Are

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.

Join Us

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.

By becoming a member of the BSA Coalition, the member acknowledges and understands that the BSA Coalition neither directly nor indirectly endorses, sponsors, sanctions, approves, ratifies, validates, certifies, or favors any entity affiliated with or employer of a member.

A member shall not state or imply that membership of the BSA Coalition is an endorsement by the BSA Coalition or its Board of Directors. Member agrees they will not make any form of representation or statement which would constitute an express or implied endorsement by the BSA Coalition.

The views and opinions expressed in our webinars are those of the speakers.  They do not represent legal advice, an official position of any regulatory agency, financial institution, or Board of the BSA Coalition.


Spring Webinar – April 29, 2021

BSA & Bots:

What you should know about
Robotic Process Automation (aka bots)?

As the industry continues to evolve in financial crime trends, typologies, and digital channels; automation and scalability are a non-intimidating, affordable consideration for institutions of all sizes. Join our panel of industry professionals as they focus on a tactical approach to evaluating your AML Program for opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Our panelists will discuss everything from where to begin, how to evaluate your processes, how to launch, how to test, and most importantly-lessons learned. This session is designed for institutions of all sizes regardless of where you are in your RPA and automation journey.


Summer Webinar – June 10, 2021

Evolving AML Programs in a Digital World

Customer behavior continues to gravitate towards digital banking, and dealings in crypto currencies are becoming more and more commonplace. What red flags are less relevant today than when originally conceived, which typologies should be top of mind, and how should Financial Institutions consider adjusting their programs to address the associated risks? We’ll hear from experts who can share trends they’re seeing and provide tips on where to focus AML energy in order to stay focused on the risks. 

Fall Webinar – September 9, 2021

Strengthening the partnership between

Law Enforcement and your AML Program

One of the strongest partnerships for an AML program is the relationship with Law Enforcement (LE). Join this session to understand how to strengthen that partnership, understand what LE wants banks to know, and tips to improve this working partnership. Our panelists will discuss real-time case studies and answer your questions, helping you walk-away with immediate take-aways.

Winter Webinar – November 4, 2021

Regulatory Panel

A year in review & a glimpse to the future

For examiners, 2020 was a year of pivoting. This included working with institutions who were navigating the turbulent COVID environment, conducing 100% offsite examinations, and capping off the year with sweeping BSA/AML regulatory reform. In this webinar, regulators will review examination successes, highlight lessons learned, and discuss how to move forward. Panelists will discuss top-of-mind BSA/AML regulatory risks and compliance program considerations. Panelists will also provide status and perspective on implementing the AML Act of 2020.


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