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Your institution has identified a transaction by an existing depositor that should be blocked under OFAC requirements. The branch manager contacts you for specific instructions. Before reporting the transaction to OFAC, what should the bank do?
FA presents cash to the bank and seeks to wire it to his spouse, RA, in Cub A . The OFAC list identifies RA as a specially designated national. Under OFAC Regulations, what should the bank do?
State National Bank is a $250 million community bank. It makes a variety of consumer and commercial loans, regularly transmits funds via wire transfers for its customers, and issues commercial and stand-by letters of credit. Which of the following transactions can State National make without checking the OFAC SDN list and without incurring liability?
ACME Bank is a $600 million institution with 15 branches within three counties. Because of its proximity to Mexico, the bank has many foreign national customers and makes many foreign wire transfers for its customers. Currently the bank's branch managers print the OFAC list of SDNs and place them in strategic places in each branch. The wire transfer department keeps its own copy of the list. The compliance officer has implemented an annual auditing program to check the bank's compliance with OFAC regulations. The findings of this audit are provided to the bank's board of directors annually. The bank's regulatory agency has indicated to management that the bank has a high risk for BSA/AML/OFAC compliance. Of the following actions, which would be the most effective to strengthen the bank's OFAC compliance?
What should a bank do when it receives a request from a customer to transfer funds to an individual in Iraq?