I am currently auditing our Stockholder's Ledger. The bank has a computer-generated history of all shareholders, purchases, transfers, etc. They also keep a handwritten ledger of the same information. Is there any reason, requirement to have both?
I started in BSA a few years ago and I built an Enhance Due Diligence program for higher risk customers with monthly transaction review and then yearly comprehensive review of the business and its expected vs actual activity. At the time I found a really clear outline of expectations in the BSA Manual and now I can't find anything related to EDD at a all. Did this get removed? Anyone else experiencing this?
What are the most difficult steps in the Reg E error dispute process?
Do your lease agreements have alterations, white-out changes or typed mistakes?
Does a business customer have to return monies for a transaction while a dispute by the company is being processed?