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AML Compliance and Sanctions Requirements for Non-Bank Financial Institutions

Does your business offer financial services like money transfers, check cashing, stored value cards, currency exchange, payment services, cash services, or insurance products to your customers? Many companies provide products and services that are considered financial services that are subject to anti-money laundering and sanctions regulations. They may not realize the responsibility and additional requirements for providing financial services. Join us for a discussion on AML compliance and sanctions responsibilities for all Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs).  

Key Takeaways:  

  • Understanding the basics of AML and Sanctions requirements for NBFIs
  • Tips for starting or enhancing an AML compliance and/or Sanctions monitoring program at your financial business
  • Best practices to follow to ensure your business compliance exceeds expectations

This live session is eligible for 1 credit CAMS & CFCS and 1.25 credits CAFP & CRCM.

Audience Includes: 

  • Third Party Payment Processors
  • Card Processors
  • Mortgage Origination and Servicing Providers
  • Casinos & Gambling Establishments
  • Wealth Management Advisors
  • Private ATM Independent Service Organizations
  • Money Service Businesses (MSBs)
  • Trusts/Asset Management Companies
  • And Many More

Read our blog post on 10 NBFI AML Compliance Essentials to learn more, and discover how Abrigo can help all types of financial businesses as a true partner for your compliance program.

Meet Your Presenter

Elissa Brewer, CAMS

Risk Management Consultant
Elissa Brewer is a Risk Management Consultant with Abrigo in the Advisory Services Group. She has over 18 years’ experience working in the financial institution and software industry. Prior to joining Abrigo, Elissa worked for multiple financial institutions and built their BSA/AML/CFT/OFAC, fraud, and risk management programs from the ground

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