How much detail is included in your BSA Policy that goes to the board? Or, did you bundle everything (BSA, pat Act, OFAC) under an AML Policy? If so, how long is that? I'm looking at my policy statements (I did a separate one for BSA, OFAC and pat Act) and I think they are too long and include too much procedural information that should (maybe could) be excluded from the doc going to the board. I remember that, in theory, a policy statement should give an overview, designate persons for certain responsibilities, etc. but not go into the nitty gritty. Now, I don't mean, key strokes and pink slips type of information, but we do go into detail about the various methods in place to comply with BSA record keeping, etc. I am thinking that my docs. are too long.