MVA Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Member Barbara Meeks and Associate Jules Carter will serve as panelists for the Lorman webinar titled, “BSA/AML Customer Identification Program and Due Diligence Basics” which will take place on March 11.
This webinar will provide an overview of BSA/AML/Know Your Customer (KYC) components, including the Customer Identification Program (CIP) and beneficial owner Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Rules. They will cover key definitions and procedural issues for compliance and highlight areas of risk for enhanced due diligence. Finally, they will discuss issues experienced during the pandemic, including accelerated digitization and potential for future information from the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020.
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Barbara provides practical and collaborative legal advice to a range of globally systemic, regional, and community banks, as well as fintech, treasury management, payments, insurance and brokerage companies. She has expertise ...
Jules focuses on helping institutional clients navigate complex regulatory environments and pursue business strategies that balance innovation with risk-awareness. Her financial regulatory experience includes ...
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