The Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) is filed any time there is reasonable suspicion that an account holder is attempting to conduct an illegal transaction. It’s a crucial tool in the fight against fraud, money laundering and financial crime. But tools are only as good as their application.
On September 5th, at 2pm EST, join financial crime compliance advisory and training specialist Michael Schidlow, as he explains the use of SARs and provides guidance for filing them effectively.
The webinar will cover:
- An outline of the basics for filing SARs
- How SARs are used
- Challenges to filing effective reports
- Best practices for SAR filers and QA professionals.