CSBS BAI Online Course Catalog
CIP: Identity Verification and Compliance 60 minutes This course, recommended for new account representatives, lending personnel, account officers, trust officers, safety deposit account personnel, and anyone responsible for opening any new or continuing relationship, examines the importance of proper customer identification procedures, the minimum information you must obtain, the steps necessary for verifying information, what to do when information cannot be verified, the requirements of your Customer Identification Program, and CIP recordkeeping and notice requirements.
OFAC: Addressing Risks and Red Flags 40 minutes OFAC: Addressing Risks and Red Flags provides new and experienced financial institution personnel a compre- hensive and efficient overview of Office of Foreign Assets Control requirements, risks, transaction procedures, and compliance considerations. 30 minutes This course, intended for any staff member in the position to screen any customer or prospect, addresses the basic OFAC requirements, transaction procedures, and compliance. Understanding OFAC Completing the SAR 5 minutes This mini-course reviews the Suspicious Activity Report form, and how to complete it. The course is intended for all employees, especially new accounts personnel, tellers, customer service representatives, and loan officers. 5 minutes This course provides a brief overview of human smuggling and trafficking red flags for financial institutions. 5 minutes This mini-course gives learners an overview of money laundering, a key concern of the Bank Secrecy Act. It also surveys other types of suspicious activity that may signal financial fraud schemes. The course is appropriate for all employees, especially new accounts personnel, tellers, customer service representatives, and loan officers. Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking Red Flags Money Laundering, Fraud, and Suspicious Activities SAR: Be on Guard 60 minutes In this course, intended for new accounts personnel, tellers, customer service representatives, and loan officers, you will learn how to identify different types of suspicious activities, and the five parts of a Suspicious Activity Report. The course also addresses when a Suspicious Activity Report is required to be completed and filed, and how to correctly file a Suspicious Activity Report. 60 minutes Although operations personnel seldom interact with the customers they service, their role in detecting suspicious activity is essential. In addition to introducing back office employees to various scams they might encounter, this course covers how to identify suspicious transactions and when you are required to report suspicious activity. This course also helps you to recognize the importance of keeping Suspicious Activity Reports SAR: Essentials for Operations Suspicious Activity Reports Red Flags for Tax Refund Fraud 5 minutes This interactive course provides a brief overview of tax refund red flags for financial institutions.
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