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Complimentary Webinar: BSA Training for Frontline Staff
Thursday, November 2, 2017 6:25 AM

CEOs and credit union management and frontline staff will want to take part in the upcoming webinar, BSA Training for Frontline Staff. Hosted by the Small Credit Union Committee, this webinar is offered at no charge to Cornerstone League-affiliated credit unions under $50 million in assets.

Date:  Tuesday, Nov. 14
Time:  2–3 p.m. CST
Register Now

This webinar will cover the basics of BSA, including:

  • Risk assessment and policy
  • Member identification programs
  • OFAC
  • Red flags to look for in the account opening process, teller operations, and inconsistencies
  • Member due diligence, and ongoing monitoring
  • Filling out CTRs and SARs, including the 2017 changes to the CTR, and marijuana-related tags
  • Recordkeeping requirements, logs, and retaining wiring information
  • Recent updates, including the May 2018 changes to beneficial ownership information collection for entities

Your Presenter: Nathan Behncke
Nathan BehnckeNathan Behncke is the regulatory compliance advisor for Cornerstone Credit Union League. He joined Cornerstone in 2013 as an advisor on legislative, regulatory, and compliance issues. Behncke assists credit unions in understanding complex legal and regulatory compliance issues through Cornerstone's Information Central, which offers a hotline for all credit union staff, a compliance newsletter, website, online compliance manual, training, and more.

Behncke has a Bachelor of Science in criminology from Kansas State University. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law with a focus on business law, and he is CUNA BSACS and CUCE certified. 

If you have questions about this webinar, please contact Cristina Martinez at cmartinez@cornerstoneleague.coop or 800-442-5762, ext. 6403.