Bankers still confused about the new suspicious-activity reporting rules will get a chance to question the people who created them.
Seminars explaining the new rules will be held April 2 in Chicago, April 9 in Philadelphia, and April 11 in Atlanta. Among those scheduled to speak are Federal Reserve Board special counsel Richard Small and John Byrne, senior federal legislative counsel at the sponsoring American Bankers Association.
The topic also will be discussed by representatives from law enforcement agencies, including the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network - which played a key role in drafting the rules.
Registration costs $169 for ABA members and $210 for nonmembers. To sign up, call 800-338-0626.