Three N.J. CUs Show Cooperative Spirit at Work with Group BSA/AML Training

Posted by Marissa Anema Monday, January 24, 2011 11:53:00 AM

Last week, three credit unions took advantage of annual bank secrecy act and anti-money laundering (BSA/AML) training from the League. Over eighty board, volunteers, and staff of Bay Atlantic FCU, Thunderbolt Area FCU, and Members 1st of NJ FCU gathered in Vineland to receive group compliance training. This is the third year that Bob Mallard, CEO of Thunderbolt Area FCU; Eileen Crean, CEO of Members 1st of NJ FCU; and Carol Muessig, CEO of Bay Atlantic FCU, and Mary Lynn Gravino, EVP of Bay Atlantic FCU, have worked together to host BSA/AML training for their credit unions in one location.

The three CUs shared several benefits from the group training, including a reduced rate for the training; a rare opportunity to bring staff, management, and volunteers together; building team spirit; as well as the opportunity to meet an annual regulatory requirement in a fun, lively, food-filled environment!

Thanks to Bay Atlantic FCU's Gail Marino for her hard work, along with Thunderbolt Area FCU and Members 1st FCU for coordinating the dinner event. League Director of Compliance Nicola Foggie assisted by the Director of Education Barbara Agin facilitated the evening's training.

For more information or assistance in coordinating group BSA/AML training in your area, please contact Nicola Foggie, Director of Compliance at nfoggie@njcul.org or 800-792-8861 ext. 112.

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