Rachelle Dekker is a Senior Compliance Advisor with the Temenos Compliance Advisory team. Rachelle was most recently the BSA Officer for a community bank. Her experience includes working for community banks as well as working for a regional auditing firm where she provided compliance auditing and consulting services to various financial institutions. Her background is specialized in BSA/AML, HMDA, and deposit compliance. Rachelle graduated from Grand Valley State University with her Master of Science in Accounting. She is also a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM).
Latest articles from Rachelle Dekker
Considerations for monitoring for virtual currency include identifying unregistered or illicitly operating P2P exchangers, unregistered foreign-located MSBs, unregistered or illicitly operated CVC kiosks, and additional red flags associated with suspicious activity involving virtual currency.
Senior compliance expert, Rachelle Dekker, provides an overview of the FinCEN SAR FAQs issued on January 19, 2021.
Senior compliance expert, Rachelle Dekker, shares the differences between the FDIC and FInCEN requirements to file a SAR.
Senior Compliance Advisor, Rachelle Dekker, recaps the guidance the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has issued within the last four latest advisories.
Compliance expert, Rachelle Dekker, shares how to successfully implement upcoming changes to Regulation CC.
Compliance expert Rachelle Dekker offers a recap of existing, finalized and outstanding HMDA rules.
Compliance expert Rachelle Dekker shares the ins and outs of reporting suspicious activity.
On June 24, 2019, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Federal Reserve Board issued an amendment to Regulation CC, which also resulted in an amendment to Regulation DD.…
For those of you tasked with submitting your institution’s Loan Application Register (LAR), you know that the March 1st due date, can be a date of panic. Although we are…
Three new “final rules” on the topic of HMDA have been issued in the last four years. If that isn’t enough, on May 2, 2019 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau…