Seminar Takes Place August 10-11 at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Welch, Minn.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (June 28, 2016) – Casino operators face a growing wave of compliance requirements set forth by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). To help Tribal operators and casino employees stay abreast of the most recent developments, JOSEPH EVE CPAs is staging the seminar “Title 31 Compliance and Recent Developments” August 10 and 11 at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Welch, Minn. The training is open to Tribal casino operators as well as commercial operators.
JOSEPH EVE Partner Grant Eve, CPA, CFE and JOSEPH EVE Senior Manager Glen Galt, CPA will lead the in-depth discussion. Topics covered will include:
- Suspicious Activity Reporting
- Proper Due Diligence, Associate Issues Related to SARs
- Source of Funds/Know Your Customer
- Recent Enforcement Actions, Penalties
- Requirements, MIL/MTL Best Practices
- OFAC/Politically Exposed Persons
- AML Risk Assessment Procedure
Seating for the training is extremely limited. Attendees are encouraged to register today to guarantee their place, and there is an early-bird discount for registration completed by July 15.
The firm also produces JE University, an online training vehicle that empowers casino staff to stay constantly on top of the latest compliance issues and maintain adherence to regulatory compliance training requirements.