Money Service Business: Detecting and Reporting Suspicious Activity

How can employees who perform money service business (MSB) transactions play an active role in preventing money laundering?

This course introduces the learner to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) regulations and company policies and procedures that help to detect and report possible money laundering and suspicious activity. Topics include:

  • How Money Laundering Works
  • The Bank Secrecy Act
  • Penalties for Violations
  • Identifying Suspicious Activity
  • Reporting Requirements
  • Recording Transactions

After completing this course, the learner will understand how performing MSB according to BSA regulations and company policies and procedures can prevent money laundering and possible federal penalties and liabilities.

Seat time: 70 minutes

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