Banker’s Toolbox Announces Launch of Financial Crime Resource Library

In order to better assist BSA and fraud professionals with their annual training requirements, Banker’s Toolbox is announcing the launch of a free resource library stocked with everything financial crime professionals need to know.

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Here at Banker’s Toolbox we want to be experts and helpers and have always been dedicated to providing quality training and education.

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 07, 2014

Banker's Toolbox is pleased to announce the introduction of a new financial crime resource library on its website. The company leads the industry with their BSA/AML and fraud prevention software, BAM+ and is now releasing this new resource library free of charge. The library’s goal is to provide complementary BSA/AML and fraud training and will cover best practices, industry hot topics and guidance on new regulations.

“BSA and fraud professionals have many challenges. One of the biggest is a lack of access to quality, affordable education,” says Daniel Cho, Banker’s Toolbox CEO. “Here at Banker’s Toolbox we want to be experts and helpers and have always been dedicated to providing quality training and education. This expansive resource library is the latest step in our commitment to support financial crime professionals, both in their ongoing and annual BSA training.”

A highlight of the resource library is a new podcast called “AML Answered.” The podcast covers different thought-leadership topics and allows participants to submit questions to Banker’s Toolbox experts. Podcast topics will include subjects like emerging threats, risk assessments and data validation.

Other highlights of the new financial crime resource library will include recorded webinars, whitepapers, and industry related blogs. Through this diversity of mediums, all learning styles will have materials tailored to them. The library will also house information on upcoming, complimentary training events, such as live webinars. Banker’s Toolbox will continue to expand the library as new industry topics arise such as elder abuse and digital currencies.

“BSA and fraud prevention specialists are busy keeping their institutions in regulatory compliance, so they don’t have time to search for quality education to fulfill their annual training quota,” Cho says. “Our motto is ‘We support people, not just software’ so we put the time and effort into creating these resources so financial crime professionals have a one-stop-shop for all their education needs.”

To explore the resource library, please visit http://www.BankersToolbox.com/Library.


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