To file or not to file? That is the question. In this program we will talk about moving from a Red Flag to a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR). What are the reasons we are asked to file a SAR, what dollar amounts, what ranges of activity and many more tricky issues of running the SAR portion of the BSA.
- What is a red flag?
- Where can red flags come from?
- What crimes and circumstances would cause us to file a SAR?
- Completing the SAR
- Understanding how to write a narrative
- Model validation and its role in the automated process
- Managing red flags when you are not automated
- Centralization of SAR filing
- Your SAR Committee
- Your SAR Swat team
- NY 504 Rule and what it means for NY and the rest of us
Who Should Attend?
BSA Officers and Staff, Security and Compliance areas of the financial institution.
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