Laurie Dellevar earns NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer designation
MILWAUKEE, WI (August 24, 2018) — Corporate Central Credit Union announced this week that Laurie Dellevar, Compliance Analyst, has passed the NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) exam. Last week Dellevar attended NAFCU’s BSA Seminar in Denver where she was able to network with peers and discuss BSA compliance with other credit unions throughout the country. The three-and-a-half-day seminar included informative sessions ranging from transaction monitoring and money laundering schemes to elder abuse and banking marijuana businesses.
“Bank Secrecy Act compliance is continually listed on the NCUA’s Supervisory Priorities letter. So being informed on the latest trends in money laundering and seeing the challenges credit unions face with BSA compliance is extremely important for us.” said Fred Blask, Vice President Risk Strategy & Execution at Corporate Central. “Laurie is always working to enhance her BSA knowledge to ensure that we stay compliant as well as to help protect our members. We couldn’t be prouder that she has earned this designation and we’re happy to have her on our team.”
“It was really great to get together and learn with others who are involved with bank secrecy and anti-money laundering responsibilities from across the country,” Dellevar said. “It was very eye-opening to hear the first-hand accounts from FBI and law enforcement about the prevalence of elder abuse, cybersecurity breaches, and how to deal with the marijuana industry. They made it very clear that the SARs we file, and doing our due diligence in monitoring transactions, makes a huge difference, and is very important for helping to protect the citizens of our country. I am looking forward to applying everything I’ve learned about bank secrecy to our overall mission of helping members be ‘wildly’ successful.”
According to NAFCU, “the prestigious designation of NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) shows your commitment to your profession and protecting your credit union against money laundering. Being an NCBSO means that you’re prepared to protect your credit union against money laundering threats. It also demonstrates to NCUA and FinCEN you’re dedicated to BSA compliance.”
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Laurie Dellevar, NCBSO, Compliance Analyst.
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