How to Craft a Good SAR: A Conversation With Law Enforcement
Featured Speakers :
Homeland Security Investigations
First Republic Bank
Western Union Financial Services
Complimentary webinar, presented by Silent Eight
Under the Bank Secrecy Act, financial institutions are required to file suspicious activity reports (SARs) no later than 30 days after they detect suspicious activity that might signal criminal behavior. But what makes a good SAR? Completeness, or brevity? What information should it contain, and how should it be organized? And who is the true audience — prosecutors, federal law enforcement, or local police jurisdictions, and how do we get them what they really need to identify and prosecute financial criminals? Join us July 12 for a conversation with law enforcement and some of the most experienced SAR writers in the industry to explore these questions, and a lot more.
During this panel we’ll discuss:
– Effective SAR-writing techniques
– Filing the right SARs
– What are the components of a truly useful SAR?
– Establishing a good relationship with law enforcement
– How to keep SARs focused and on point