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The risky side of banking – programs, procedures, and identifying risky customers

Compliance professionals have seen many changes since 2020. Conducting due diligence is more present now than ever.

What have we uncovered? We’ll take a look at a risk-based approach to BSA, and how there are differing views between banks and regulators. You’ll hear from our experts about discussion tools to address your risk-based program, as well as what your examiners and regulators are expecting out of you.

Watch this session to take a look at regulatory changes we’ve seen in the past few years, as well as how to be prepared for risk.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to conduct risk assessment
  • Tactics for ongoing due diligence
  • Regulatory criticisms and preparedness

Meet Your Presenters

Cara Lemley, CAMS

Financial Crime Investigator
Cara Lemley has been working as a Financial Crime Investigator at Abrigo since 2021 but began her career in the banking industry in 2015. She first worked the front lines in retail banking but quickly found her calling in BSA/AML. Her responsibilities have included managing alert triage, SAR writing and

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Kimberly Harrison, CAMS

Financial Crimes Investigator
Kimberly Harrison began her career in the financial services industry in 2012. She started as a teller and worked her way into customer service, then loans, before settling into the BSA/AML department. She was responsible for BSA/AML investigations, SAR filing, customer risk rating, enhanced due diligence processes, foreign customer account

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