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#1817691 - 05/28/13 01:42 PM SAR on Directors
n2compliance Offline
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Is a bank required to file a SAR if it loses more than $100,000 on a loan to a director? Even if there is no suspicious activity? We're being told that it is a requirement.

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#1817705 - 05/28/13 02:07 PM Re: SAR on Directors n2compliance
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Ask your source for a citation. Absent insider abuse, which you did not allege, there is no different SAR filing threshold for directors. If there was loan fraud or something else, you would file for that reason, not because he or she was a director.

There should be other ramifications...they may outweigh the impact of a simple SAR filing.
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#1817723 - 05/28/13 02:45 PM Re: SAR on Directors n2compliance
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We're being told that it is a requirement.

A requirement that you file a Suspicious Activity Report when there has been no suspicious activity? If they even attempt to justify that, please post their rationale here so that we can see it.

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#1818481 - 05/30/13 12:03 PM Re: SAR on Directors n2compliance
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Of course, I do hope you are referring to a now ex-director smile
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