FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (11/16/15)--Today kicks off the CUNA/National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Conference, which features more than 20 hours of educational sessions on key BSA issues.
Over the next three days, nearly 300 people will hear updates from various federal agencies and case histories about why BSA compliance makes a difference.
The event will help put a face on all the BSA-related forms credit unions fill out every day to uncover illegal activities: Timea Nagy, a human trafficking survivor, will tell her story. Her presentation will be followed up by one from Verafin, which will delve into warning signs of human trafficking from a financial institution standpoint.
Other sessions include exploratoins of:
News Now is onsite at the conference, with stories appearing in each day’s issue. Live tweets from the sessions can be found at @NewsNowLiveWire, and using the hashtag #CUNABSA and #BSACompliance.