The Directors Education Series: BSA Update

(Course Preview)

Fulfill your board's annual BSA training requirement

During this webinar we will update your director's BSA information for 2019. We will cover Customer Identification Programs and Customer Due Diligence. An update on new and continuing crimes such as elder abuse, human trafficking and cybercrimes will be provided. This program is a good overview of an AML program and the high cost of noncompliance for financial institutions. Individual topics for discussion include:

  • Customer Identification Programs
  • Customer Due Diligence
  • Suspicious Activity Reports
    • Structuring
    • Customer Inquiries
    • Funnel Account Activity
    • Mortgage Fraud
    • New Fields
  • Elder Fraud
  • OFAC

Subscribe to The Directors Education Series and provide your leaders with the guidance and tools needed to navigate the complexities of today's banking environment.

training features:

  • Includes Audio, Video and Powerpoint.
  • PDF Handouts
  • Discussion Questions
  • 20-25 minutes in length (Perfect to show at your monthly board meeting!)
This program is a breakout session from the Directors Education Series, which is a subscription based Library containing over 50 trainings specifically for your Board of Directors. For more information on the Directors Education Series click on or go to You can email questions to or talk with a representative by calling 1-800-831-0678.

Who Should Attend?

This program is recommended for your Executive staff including every member on your Board of Directors.

We are loving the program for our Directors. Training has now become a more regular event and the format and timing of the training is just right for the BOD. They have found the information very helpful in understanding their roles as directors.” — Maureen Daehn, CFO, Maple Bank

After 42 years in Banking and now a Director, the series enables me to continue my knowledge in this ever changing industry! You're never too old to learn, and being a Director it's our responsibility to continue to learn for the good of our organizations.” — Gerald Schmidt, Board Member, Stephenson National Bank and Trust