- Source: fdic.gov
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The FDIC determined that the BSA officer of a bank in Los Angeles, CA, while serving as First Vice President and BSA Officer, misrepresented to bank management and the FDIC the status of the bank’s Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) reviews resulting in a large backlog of unfinished EDD reviews and failure to timely file Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), by backdating some of the EDD reviews provided to FDIC examiners, and by deleting a bank analyst’s recommendation that a SAR be filed. The BSA officer was assessed a $10,000 civil money penalty and is prohibited from seeking or accepting indemnification from any insured depository institution for the civil money penalty.