The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (FRB), Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation (FDIC), National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), Office of the Comptroller of the
Currency (OCC), Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS), and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
(FinCEN) are hosting two nationwide conference calls regarding the release of the revised 2006
FFIEC BSA/AML Examination Manual for the banking industry. The Office of Foreign Assets
Control will also participate in these calls. Each one-hour teleconference will provide an overview of
significant revisions and updates to the manual and conclude with a question and answer session.
These calls are open to all banking organizations.
The FRB, FDIC, NCUA, OCC, OTS and FinCEN will hold a teleconference on
September 13, 11:00am-12:00pm (EDT) and September 14, 11:00am-12:00pm (EDT).
The agenda for each call is identical. Participants should register for the date of their choice by
following the registration instructions below. The registration process will close on September 6, 2006.
Registration for 9/13/2006 (Wednesday) conference call-
Enter Conference ID: 9754771 and Conference Passcode: Banker; No PIN is required.
Click the Proceed button.
At the WebRSVP conferencing page, you will be asked to provide your first and last name along
with your email address and other basic information. After you have successfully submitted your
registration information, you will receive a reservation confirmation email listing the date and time of
the nationwide conference call you have selected. This email also includes the toll-free number
and passcode you will need to use on the day of the teleconference.
If you have questions regarding the registration process or do not have Internet access, banking
organizations should contact the Registration Coordinator-Special Activities from the FDIC at
SASFIL@fdic.gov or 202-898-3673 to register your participation and obtain instructions regarding
the teleconferences. For specific questions relating to BSA/AML compliance, banking
organizations should contact the local office of their primary federal regulator.