Managing and Operating an Effective BSA Team in COVID-19 Times
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many financial institutions having to change the way they engage with customers, including those they have never met. This discussion will outline the risks and challenges one can expect when performing remote account opening and how one can mitigate these risks by implementing the appropriate tools and processes.
- Learn strategies on remote account opening for business accounts without compromising BSA
- Explore streamlining SBA PPP loan applications for fast and smooth onboarding
- Understand how to conduct enhanced due diligence remotely
Ryan is the CEO of DocFox, a digital tool which automates BSA for business account opening and ongoing due diligence. DocFox enables over 150 financial institutions to reduce manual effort through advanced document processing with document inspection, data capture and comparison of any document. DocFox recently applied this technology to help a California bank go live in 2 days to enable fully online and automated SBA PPP loan applications with automated feedback to clients ensuring they submit all the correct documentation. Banks use DocFox to enable online account opening, bank across state lines with comfort, bank high risk industries or simply streamline business banking back office and BSA. For more information and to book a complementary remote banking consultation visit docfoxapp.com and reference your WBA membership.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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