BSA Reform: Experts Discuss the NDAA and What it Means for Financial Institutions
Featured Speakers :
Gina Jurva, Esq., is an attorney and Manager of the Corporates and Government enterprise content platform for Thomson Reuters. Gina works on solutions to some of the world’s most pressing fraud issues including anti-money laundering (AML), e-commerce fraud, and healthcare fraud, in addition to risk and regulatory compliance. In a previous role at Thomson Reuters, Gina worked as a Senior Legal Writer and Editor. Additionally, she spent a combined 11 years as a deputy district attorney handling both misdemeanor and felony cases and later, her own legal practice defending clients in criminal matters.
Brett Wolf is Senior Financial Crime Correspondent based in St. Louis. He joined Thomson Reuters in 2006, with a background covering money laundering for a Miami-based newsletter and website. Brett also contributes to the Reuters news file; an investigative article he co-authored in 2012 helped Reuters win the General Excellence award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
Chip advises various financial institutions on financial crimes compliance and risk management remediation, transformation, and enhancement. These efforts include leading strategic advisory and technical engagements with global banks, regional financial institutions, money services businesses, and fintech companies. He also advises countries seeking to strengthen their anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) regimes in accordance with global standards.
Prior to K2 Integrity, Chip spent more than a decade as a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of the Treasury and was the inaugural Director of the Office of Strategic Policy for Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes. Chip also led the U.S. delegation to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), co-chaired the policy working group of theFATF, and managed U.S. participation in various G7, G8, and G20 illicit finance expert groups.
Complimentary webinar, presented by Thomson Reuters
Fifty-one years have passed since President Richard Nixon signed the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) into law. In that time, it’s undergone several amendments. January 1st, 2021 marks the passing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a massive defense spending bill that includes the most comprehensive set of BSA reforms since 9/11.
In this webinar, the panelists will discuss the new Biden/Harris administration and the regulatory changes that are expected to follow under the new Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen, such as:
- Updated disclosure requirements of beneficial ownership information
- Streamlined reporting around Suspicious Activity Reports (SARS)
- Encouragement and support for technological advancement in AML and countering the financing of terrorism and proliferation (CFT)