Last week Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Director Kenneth A. Blanco, spoke at the annual American Bankers Association/American Bar Association Financial Crimes Enforcement Conference. In his remarks, he discussed the importance of information sharing as it is critical to preventing, reporting and identifying money laundering and other financial crime. Director Blanco provided guidance regarding FinCEN’s information sharing program under Section 314(b) of the USA PATRIOT Act. Most importantly, Director Blanco announced an updated 314(b) Fact Sheet. [Note: FinCEN is rescinding previously issued guidance (FIN-2009-G002)]
Read the entire FinCEN news release here.
During this webinar, learn about why the BSA/AML Professional Development Program was created and how the program will assist you in maintaining AML compliance at your organization and elevate your career. We will share the experience of an ICGIP member and walk you through the virtual classroom, take you through a step-by-step on how to register for the online proctored Gaming Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (GAMS) certification examination, and share how to apply to join the ICGIP community!
Casino compliance professionals, Title 31 Managers and Officers, Compliance Committee Members, Revenue Audit, Card Room and Cage Management, Directors, Executives, Security and Surveillance Management, Casino Legal Team
Review this webinar to learn the following:
✔ Learn how to continue your AML compliance education to elevate your career!
✔ Take a look at the training modules in the virtual classroom, CELEXA.
✔ Experience the Gaming Anti-Money Laundering Specialist examination.
✔ Understand how to Apply for ICGIP’s BSA/AML Professional Development Program.
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