BRIEFLY: BSA/AML eSchool earns accreditation; comments due Jan. 4 on supervisory guidance proposal

(Nov. 6, 2020) Continuing its streak of accreditation, the NASCUS-CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool – now underway through Dec. 7 – has again been certified for continuing education units (CEUs) by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), the premier body for educating and accrediting anti-money laundering specialists around the world. The certification means that participants at the NASCUS-CUNA eSchool will earn one CEU (as a CAMS credit) for each session they attend in conjunction with the school. Those sessions include: BSA in the Virtual World; Don’t Build a House on Sand: Risk Assessment; De-Risking: No Joking Matter/Fine Tuning Your CDD; BSA Leadership; A View from the Regulator; Future of BSA: SBA, Lending, and Other Updates BSA; Roundtable Q & A. Credits are only eligible for those individuals who participate during the live delivery of the program. See the link for more information on the eSchool … Comments are due Jan. 4 on an interagency proposal (including by NCUA, CFPB and the federal banking agencies) on the role of supervisory guidance in regulation. See the CFPB Rules and Summaries page on the NASCUS website for more information.

NASCUS & CUNA BSA/AML Certification eSchool

NASCUS web page: CFPB Rules and Summaries 2020