Staying current on the latest compliance information and regulatory changes is one of the best ways credit unions can stay in compliance. Compliance education and training set the foundation for a low-risk environment that will ensure your credit union's opportunity for sustainability.

The CrossState Credit Union Association is your one-stop-shop for comprehensive compliance education and training. The Association's Compliance Resources have a variety of educational resources available all year round that includes convenient Webinars, regulatory topic specific presentations, update sessions, roundtables, workshops, and an annual compliance conference, as well as customized learning for groups or individuals. Training is available to credit union CEOs/managers, staff, directors, and volunteers.

BSA Training

For Staff:
Our recorded BSA training webinar will teach your management and frontline staff about critical guidelines and reporting requirements. Be prepared when your examiners ask for proof of your staff’s BSA training!  

The session will focus on:
  • When and How to Correctly Complete a CTR
  • When and What is Required to Correctly Complete a SAR
  • Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Requirements and the 'Fifth Pillar'
  • Identifying Money Laundering and Suspicious Activity
  • Wire Transfer Requirements
  • Customer Identification Program (CIP) and OFAC compliance


For Volunteers: 
Credit union volunteers are required to complete annual Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) training. Directors and management have specific BSA responsibilities under the law and the NCUA has stated that BSA compliance is one of its top priorities and key focus areas in exams. Our recorded BSA training webinar will fulfill volunteers' need to have, at minimum, a general understanding of BSA to fulfill their fiduciary duties to the credit union and regulatory obligations.

This recorded training session will focus on:

  • Money Laundering, BSA, USA PATRIOT Act, and OFAC
  • BSA Program Elements
  • Consequences of Noncompliance
  • Risk and Duties to Institutions
  • Internal Procedures and Controls
  • Role of the BSA/AML Officer
  • Independent Testing
  • Required Training
  • Currency Transaction Reporting
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting
  • Record Keeping
  • Customer Identification Program
  • Section 314(a) List Checking


Find customized compliance training and education, contact the CrossState Compliance Team.