ACFCS Chapters: Washington DC

The ACFCS Washington DC Chapter is your direct link to the national organization. By joining our Chapter, you not only receive the benefit of both local and national membership, but you gain an entire network of individuals looking to enhance their financial crime careers.

Through education, training, certification and networking, the Washington DC Chapter is helping expand the global reach of ACFCS. Your membership will connect you with financial crime professionals locally and globally who wish to stay abreast of continuously changing financial crime trends and improve results in compliance, investigations and enforcement.

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Lessons Learned From Recent Latin American Corruption Cases | OCtober 20 AT Reed Smith, LLP

Recent scandals in Latin America provide lessons for business and government on methods and modes used by criminals and terrorists to raise, move, and hide the profits of their bad acts. This includes widespread corruption, as is explored in “Following the Money Trail” to Combat Terrorism, Crime, and Corruption in the Americas, a recent report by Professor Celina B. Realuyo for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Professor Realuyo will discuss these cases, followed by a panel of experts who will offer practical advice for financial institutions, agencies, and those that do business in the region. Thank you to our event sponsors, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Reed Smith, LLP for hosting. 

 

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The Washington, D.C. Chapter is a key voice and source of collaboration on combating financial crimes for the public and private sectors. The chapter board is a blend of public and private professionals in the financial crime space. Get board and chapter details

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Chapter Chair
Paul Pelletier
Chapter Co-Chair
Bruce Zagaris
Events Coordinator
Ricardo Cadenas, CFCS
Events Coordinator
Danielle C. Lindholm
Membership Director
Kenneth Barden, Esq, CFCS, CSAR
Secretary
Michael Bombace, CFCS
Treasurer
Matthew Klecka

 

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