BSA Analyst

Company Name:
ACG Resources/Adams Consulting Group, LLC
Job Title: BSA Analyst
Department: BSA/OFAC
Reports To: BSA/OFAC Officer
FLSA Status: Exempt
SUMMARY
Responsible for assisting the BSA Officer in order to ensure adherence to State & Federal
regulatory compliance regarding the Bank Secrecy Act, USA Patriot Act, OFAC and
related laws. Work with the BSA Officer to administer the Bank's BSA/AML Program
and related procedures in accordance with the Bank's policies.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other
duties may be assigned.
? Monitor, reconcile, and prepare for electronic filing, Currency Transaction
Reports for all branches.
? Review and validate risk ratings for new accounts using the AML system risk
rating module.
? Establish enhanced due diligence (EDD) and monitoring efforts for customers
identified as high risk.
? Perform independent analysis for cases involving suspicious activity including,
but not limited to, structuring, unusual transactions, check fraud, and kiting for
presentation to the BSA Officer.
? As scheduled, perform analysis of core application and AML system reports that
identify potential suspicious activity, including case management.
? Manage cases of potentially suspicious activity from the AML monitoring system,
including analysis of transaction activity and balances for review by the BSA
Officer.
? Perform ongoing monitoring, as required, of all high risk accounts in accordance
with the established monitoring schedule.
? Perform monthly review of new accounts, using system reports, to ensure that
new accounts have been appropriately risk rated.
? Document suspicious activity reviews for presentment to the Executive
Committee.
? Perform review of CIF and other lists for compliance with FinCEN 314(a)
requests and OFAC updates.
? Stay current with changes in BSA and related laws & regulations.
? Assist with other projects as assigned.


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