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Top Priorities for Credit Unions in 2021 and Beyond

BSA/AML continues to be a priority for the NCUA. With new technological advancements and changing policies, it can be a challenge to sort through and follow the NCUA’s 2021 Supervisory Priorities with the limited resources credit unions have. In this session, Steve Gibbs, CUCE, BSACS, will discuss the proactive measures your credit union can take to reduce risk, protect your members, and manage priorities ahead of your next NCUA examination. 

Join this session to learn:  

  • Best practices to maintaining correct and efficient SAR and CTR filings 
  • Methods to accelerate digitization and utilize automation to reduce risk within your BSA/AML program 
  • Key questions for credit unions to ask to properly evaluate the potential value and risk of serving cannabis-related businesses 
  • How to create a culture of cybersecurity awareness at your institution to keep your credit union and your members safe from new threats 

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

Interested in learning more about key focuses for your BSA program? Be sure to download our guidebook BSA Compliance Training – Guide for Successful BSA/AML Programs.

Meet Your Presenter

Steve Gibbs, CUCE, BSACS

AVP Risk Management and Compliance Consulting
Steve Gibbs manages Risk Management & Compliance Services with Cornerstone Resources. His career of over 35 years in the financial industry includes service with three regulatory agencies. Previously, he served the Texas Credit Union League as director of the Southwest CUNA Management School, director of Information Central, and lobbyist/legislative analyst.

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