Podcast: What Legislative and Regulatory AML/BSA Changes Mean for Banks

Next week, the House is expected to vote on two ABA-backed, bipartisan bills to modernize the anti-money laundering/Bank Secrecy Act regime. The House vote continues what has been a busy fall on BSA reforms. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by Money Concepts International — ABA’s policy team breaks down:

  • Legislative developments in the House and Senate — including Rep. Carolyn Maloney’s Corporate Transparency Act (H.R. 2513), Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s Counter Act (H.R. 2514) and Sens. Mark Warner and Tom Cotton’s Illicit Cash Act (S. 2563) — and what they will mean for compliance and financial crimes professionals.
  • Anticipated changes from federal regulators and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, including possible changes to the BSA examination manual.
  • Efforts by regulators and FinCEN to promote innovation in AML/BSA monitoring and enforcement.

This episode is sponsored by Money Concepts International.

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In this episode:

Sabrina Bergen
SVP, Office of Strategic Engagement

Rob Rowe
VP and Counsel, Consumer and Regulatory Compliance

Evan Sparks
ABA Banking Journal