BSA Suspicious Activity Report Notices

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The purpose of this BSA Suspicious Activity Report Notices Template is to be used by financial institutions regarding the types of suspicious activity noted by FinCEN in relation to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).  See more information about this product below.

BSA Suspicious Activity Report Notices

The purpose of this BSA Suspicious Activity Report Notices Template is to be used by financial institutions regarding the types of suspicious activity noted by FinCEN in relation to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).

Table of Contents

  • Account Takeovers
  • Business E-Mail Compromise in the Real Estate Sector
  • Certain Real Estate Transactions
  • COVID-19 Scams
  • Convertible Virtual Currency
  • Counter Financing to Hamas and its Terrorist Activities
  • Cybersecurity Reporting Requirements
  • Disaster-Related Fraud
  • Elder Financial Exploitation
  • Environmental Crimes and Related Financial Activity
  • Global Evasion of U.S. Export Controls
  • Human Rights Abuses Enabled by Corrupt Senior Foreign Political Figures and Financial Facilitators
  • Human Smuggling and Trafficking
  • Human Smuggling and Trafficking – Southwest Border of the United States
  • Illicit Activity Associated with Trade in Antiquities and Art
  • Kleptocracy and Foreign Public Corruption
  • Mail Theft-Related Check Fraud Schemes Targeting the U.S. Mail
  • Marijuana and Hemp-Related Businesses
  • North Korea Use of International Financial System
  • Online Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Payroll Tax Evasion and Workers’ Compensation Fraud in the Construction Sector
  • Potential Russian and Belarusian Export Control Evasion Attempts
  • Ransomware
  • Real Estate, Luxury Goods, and Other High-Value Assets Involving Russian Elites, Oligarchs, and their Family Members
  • Russian Sanctions Evasion Attempts
  • Trafficking of Fentanyl, Fentanyl Analogues, and Other Synthetic Opioids
  • U.S. Commercial Real Estate Investments by Sanctioned Russian Elites, Oligarchs, and Their Proxies
  • Virtual Currency Investment Scam Commonly Known as “Pig Butchering”

Recent updates to this product:
11/15/23 Update
FinCEN-2023-NTC2 – FinCEN and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security Announce New Reporting Key Term and Highlight Red Flags Relating to Global Evasion of U.S. Export Controls
11/01/23 Update
FIN-2023-Alert006 – FinCEN Alert to Financial Institutions to Counter Financing to Hamas and its Terrorist Activities
09/18/23 Update
FIN-2023-Alert005 – FinCEN Alert on Prevalent Virtual Currency Investment Scam Commonly Known as Pig Butchering
09/05/23 Update
FinCEN Notice FIN-2023-NTC1 – FinCEN Calls Attention to Payroll Tax Evasion and Workers’ Compensation Fraud in the Construction Sector
06/01/23 Update
FinCEN – Supplement Alert:  FinCEN and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security Urge Continued Vigilance for Potential Russian Export Control Evasion Attempts
04/17/23 Update
FinCEN – Business Email Compromise in the Real Estate Sector: Threat Pattern and Trend Information, January 2020 to December 2021
03/15/23 Update
FIN-2023-Alert003 – FinCEN Alert on Nationwide Surge in Mail Theft-Related Check Fraud Schemes Targeting the U.S. Mail
02/01/23 Update
FIN-2023-Alert001 – FinCEN Alert on Human Smuggling Along the Southwest Border of the United States
FIN-2023-Alert002 – FinCEN Alert on Potential U.S. Commercial Real Estate Investments by Sanctioned Russian Elites, Oligarchs, and Their Proxies
07/18/22 Update
FIN-2022-Alert003 – FinCEN and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security Urge Increased Vigilance for Potential Russian and Belarusian Export Control Evasion Attempts
07/05/22 Update
FinCEN Advisory FIN-2022-A002 – Advisory on Elder Financial Exploitation
05/02/22 Update
FinCEN Advisory FIN-2022-A001 – Advisory on Kleptocracy and Foreign Public Corruption
04/04/22 Update
FIN-2022-Alert002 – FinCEN Alert on Real Estate, Luxury Goods, and Other High-Value Assets Involving Russian Elites, Oligarchs, and their Family Members
03/15/22 Update
FIN-2022-A001 – FinCEN Advises Increased Vigilance for potential Russian Sanctions Evasion Attempts

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