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#981189 - 06/24/08 06:55 PM BSA Officer contingency Planning
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Living in the land of Oz
Can anyone direct me to something in writing that supports the expectation that there should be someone in the bank who is qualified to be a back-up for the BSA Officer in the case of sudden illness, etc? We were told at a BSA seminar that this is a hot topic with the examiners but were give no further information. I want to use this as a comment in my BSA Audit and would like something to back the comment up.

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#982697 - 06/26/08 01:58 PM Re: BSA Officer contingency Planning Ready to Retire
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I am the BSA Officer at my bank. We recently had a BSA exam and the examiners were very happy to hear that I had Board approved, trained back-up. We are a small bank, so my back-up person also wears many other hats, but she has been designated and trained. I don't think that this is included in any regulation, it is a strong "recommendation".

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#982903 - 06/26/08 03:57 PM Re: BSA Officer contingency Planning renniks
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My examiners have been very happy to see a binder that I put together that detailed MY procedures. (what I do on a daily, monthly, quarterly ... etc ... basis)

So if I were to win the lottery & run off to Mexico - someone could essentially pick up my binder & run the show.

at least that's the idea. :o)
My opinions are my own, and not that of my employer.

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#983013 - 06/26/08 05:06 PM Re: BSA Officer contingency Planning WonderWoman
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Upstate NY
A couple of years ago our examiners asked us to put a contingency plan in place. We've identified a trained individual to fill in for the BSA Officer if the need should ever arise.

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