Providing Bank Secrecy Training to Employees Is No Longer Optional

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The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) was created in 1970 to assist in criminal, tax, and regulatory investigations.

Today, government regulations require financial institutions to complete annual bank secrecy training, so providing quality education and training to employees on this topic has become a priority for these organizations.

The Bank Secrecy Act applies to banks, money services businesses, commodities firms, casinos and card clubs, insurance companies, precious metal dealers, and loan or finance companies.

Using online video (or microlearning) to deliver BSA training to employees and compliance officers is the most effective way to ensure compliance with federal regulations.

Bank Secrecy Training Topic Areas:

  • Bank Secrecy Act
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Loan Processing
  • CTR/SAR Policies & Procedures
  • Risk Assessment

Enjoy a 1-minute preview of “BSA: Exceptions to the Rule” below. To watch the full course and other BSA training courses from The BizLibrary Collection, request a demo of our solutions today!

Content Marketing Strategist at BizLibrary