Complimentary Webinar, Presented by AML RightSource
US financial institutions continuously face pressures to have effective controls in place to monitor, investigate, and report suspicious activities to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The mounting pressures of meeting regulatory obligations through lean, business-efficient processes is at the forefront of Board of Director meetings and mandates.
Doing more with less and producing favorable results is the new norm and expectation in the financial crimes risk and compliance space. An effective financial intelligence unit plays a critical role in meeting that expectation.
In this webinar, expert speakers will provide practical insights into what goes into designing, implementing, and sustaining a high performing financial intelligence unit. Attendees will learn:
- The core components of an FIU’s operational mission.
- The strategic operating model that yields mission success.
- The key measurements of operational performance.
- How to make seamless operational shifts.
About the Presenters:
Vic Maculaitis, CAMS
Partner & Head of Financial Crimes Advisory at AML RightSource, a Gabriel Partners Company
Mr. Maculaitis has more than 15 years of experience in dealing with financial intelligence and illicit finance matters spanned across the US Government, the finance industry, and strategy and management consulting. Mr. Maculaitis has held executive roles as both a Chief AML Officer and Head of AML Operations at complex banking organizations. Additionally, he has worked in and advised some of the largest departments and institutions in the USG and the finance industry. Mr. Maculaitis is also the Founder of i3strategies, a strategy management consulting firm that focuses on illicit threats and intelligence matters.
Director of Operations at AML RightSource, a Gabriel Partners Company
Prior to joining AML RightSource, Mr. Lear has held, over the past decade, senior financial crimes risk and compliance roles with both global and domestic financial services firms. Mr. Lear has designed, built, and scaled financial intelligence units from zero staff to hundreds of employees. Mr. Lear has expert insights into the integrated (fraud/money laundering/sanctions) financial crimes model for suspicious activity reporting.
John Wintrow, ICPS
Manager, Financial Crimes Advisory at AML RightSource, a Gabriel Partners Company
Mr. Wintrow has over 30 years of experience across the defense, law enforcement, intelligence community, and consulting spaces. Mr. Wintrow has built and deployed some of the most sensitive investigative and intelligence programs. Mr. Wintrow has utilized BSA reporting for criminal investigative and intelligence purposes and is a recognized expert in targeting terrorist activities and illicit actors. Mr. Wintrow provides financial services clients with expert insights into the development of precise monitoring strategies, investigative techniques and intelligence exploitation.
This session provides one CFCS credit.