Tue, Nov 29, 2022 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
When a financial institution receives a subpoena or a national security letter, it can sometimes cause anxiety in the hands of the recipients. What can or can’t be done with a subpoena or a national security letter? How much can you work with law enforcement when they send one? Can you tell law enforcement what they should request or not? It truly can be a very frustrating process for both sides.
Join us for this webinar to hear from both the financial institutions and law enforcement perspective and gain valuable insights to assist you in working more effectively with financial institutions or law enforcement.
– Stephanie Glad, Postal Inspector/Mail Fraud/AML Specialist, U. S. Postal Inspection Service, Chicago Division Headquarters
– Katherine E. Grady – Office of the Attorney General
– Thomas Butler, AVP, Information Security Officer, The Dime Bank
– Jeff Walding
All attendees will receive 1 Non-ACAMS Credit for attending.
Nancy Lake has over 16 years of experience in the BSA/AML world and was CAMS certified in 2008. Nancy received her CAMS-Audit certification in 2013 and her CAMS-FCI certification in 2015. She has conducted bank wide BSA/AML training, including Board of Director training. Along with conducting monthly online training, Nancy speaks at numerous conferences through the year in the U.S., and even overseas. For six years, she was an instructor at the PA Bankers School of Banking, and for 7 ½ years Nancy served as Director of Compliance Anchor, the training and consulting division of Atlantic Community Bankers Bank. Nancy has utilized her BSA experience as an educator to assistance to financial institutions in the areas of training, risk management, and the development of sound internal programs and best practices for the past 16 years. She has previously served as BSA Officer in multiple community banks where she successfully created and implemented the entire BSA program, including one bank with numerous international MSBs. Nancy has experience working with and implementing several automated BSA/AML transaction monitoring systems. In September 2020, Nancy joined ARC Risk and Compliance as their Director of Training.