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#2121269 - 03/09/17 05:34 PM High Risk EDD
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Trying to put together a high risk quarterly monitoring EDD and wondering how detailed it should be. Would documenting monthly total amounts only be sufficient with written summary of activities or would a FDIC regulator expect to see a printout of every transaction sorted by transaction type then with total amount, average amount, and deviation %, etc. Someone also mentioned just printing out monthly statements and sign them, which would work if there were only 10 high risk customers or so. In my case, I have almost 50 of them.

Has anyone received any feedback from a regulator about sufficient EDD documentation? Any suggestion would be appreciated.
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#2121271 - 03/09/17 05:39 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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Also if it is okay to provide just total monthly amounts but the customer has 5 accounts then would it be okay to provide total amount for all five accounts? Thank you,

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#2121272 - 03/09/17 05:43 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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I recommend having an EDD review checklist with different sections for transactional activity (cash in, cash out, wires in, wires out, monetary instruments, RDC, ACH, checks, etc.) The checklist should have a narrative summary describing why the customer's activity is expected, not suspicious, and whether the customer's BSA risk should be changed based on the transactional activity reviewed during the quarter.

I think you should keep the supporting transactional activity documentation in an electronic file for each high-risk customer that can be accessed as needed for regulators, auditors, management, or Board.
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#2121301 - 03/09/17 06:48 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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We also include a section for ATM activity and MSBs. Like JM stated we have a 2 page checklist that is reviewed and the supporting documentation to justify the responses is included.
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#2121327 - 03/09/17 07:47 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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Yes - if you have ATM activity, you would have to have some additional sections to expand on the review. My Bank does this for our privately-owned ATMs on a separate form, but you probably could integrate into your EDD review process.

Fortunately, we do not (at the moment) bank MSBs, but would agree with Mr. RockChucker on having a separate MSB questions as well.
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#2132656 - 06/01/17 02:26 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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Would anyone be willing to share their check lists? I am in the process of trying to establish a better review process and I am having trouble finding anything to use as a reference.

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#2132732 - 06/01/17 06:12 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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PM me, I don't mind sharing what I created.
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#2132821 - 06/02/17 12:13 PM Re: High Risk EDD newbie4soul
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We are FDIC regulated and I have composed a EDD checklist that we use quarterly for our high risk customers. We recently wrapped up our exam and the checklist was given compliments from our examiner. I do not mind sharing just PM me!

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