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Tips to Improve Your CDD/EDD Program

Now that the new Beneficial Ownership and Customer Due Diligence changes have gone into effect, are you confident in your CDD/EDD program or are you feeling the pressure of falling behind on your reviews? In this webinar learn how the Banker’s Toolbox Professional Services team of CAMS-certified consultants can help you improve your CDD/EDD program and help your organization become more efficient with ongoing due diligence. Let us be your partner in success and help you tackle the work required to comply with regulatory guidelines and keep up-to-date on industry trends.

Download to Learn:

  • How to understand the importance of keeping up with due diligence reviews in order to comply with regulatory guidelines
  • How to learn how Banker’s Toolbox Professional Services Team can help you and your institution enhance your CDD/EDD program
  • How to explore examples of how our experts have helped financial institutions to become more efficient with their due diligence reviews and improve their BSA program


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About the Presenter

Kevin Gulledge – Education Consultant II








Kevin Gulledge, CAMS
Senior Risk Management Consultant

Kevin Gulledge, CAMS, is a Senior Risk Management Consultant with over a decade of experience in the retail banking industry. He worked with mid-sized and large international institutions in a variety of roles, from Teller to New Account Representative to Compliance Analyst to BSA Investigator and BSA Department Manager. He has been in his current role as consultant and educator since 2014, where he has trained institutions on functionality and best BSA/AML practices, as well as calibrated risk-based systems and consulted and worked with BSA officers and regulators on internal and external projects; including program efficiency reviews, policy and procedure drafting, risk assessments and more. Kevin is CAMS-certified and is a member of National ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists) and the Central Texas ACAMS Chapter.