Posts Tagged ‘Suspicious Activity Reports’

Suspicious Loan Activity Reports Shrink First Time In A Decade

Suspicious Loan Activity Reports Shrink First Time In A Decade

By Christina Mlynski The number of suspicious activity reports from banks citing possible loan fraud decreased by 29% last year, the first drop in 16 years. Until 2012, mortgage loan fraud was the only suspicious [...]

Should Credit Union Directors Look at SARs?

by Rob Rutkowski Suspicious Activity Reports are unique documents among all the paperwork that a credit union must process.  No other document comes to mind that has the protections and ability to affect other laws [...]

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