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Key Qualities of a Successful AML Program in the Next Wave of FinCrime Compliance

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To deal with an increasingly complex and interconnected financial crime landscape, sometimes it helps to go back to basics. The pillars of an effective AML compliance program haven’t changed much in recent years, but how they are applied and areas of priority have shifted in response to emerging illicit threats, tech trends and regulatory priorities.

In this CrimeCast, we sit down with Micah Willabrand, VP of Product with Jumio, for a wide-ranging conversation on the building blocks of a successful AML program in the midst of the “fourth wave” of change in compliance programs. Tune in to learn:

  • How AML compliance programs have been forced to adapt and re-prioritize in light of rapid digital adoption
  • Why the risk-based approach is still so essential for guiding AML programs, and where it can still fall short
  • The biggest mistakes companies make in their training for employees
  • And much more

See What Certified Financial Crime Specialists Are Saying

"The CFCS tests the skills necessary to fight financial crime. It's comprehensive. Passing it should be considered a mark of high achievement, distinguishing qualified experts in this growing specialty area."

KENNETH E. BARDEN 

(JD, Washington)

"It's a vigorous exam. Anyone passing it should have a great sense of achievement."

DANIEL DWAIN

(CFCS, Official Superior

de Cumplimiento Cidel

Bank & Trust Inc. Nueva York)

"The exam tests one's ability to apply concepts in practical scenarios. Passing it can be a great asset for professionals in the converging disciplines of financial crime."

MORRIS GUY

(CFCS, Royal Band of

Canada, Montreal)

"The Exam is far-reaching. I love that the questions are scenario based. I recommend it to anyone in the financial crime detection and prevention profession."

BECKI LAPORTE

(CFCS, CAMS Lead Compliance

Trainer, FINRA, Member Regulation

Training, Washington, DC)

"This certification comes at a very ripe time. Professionals can no longer get away with having siloed knowledge. Compliance is all-encompassing and enterprise-driven."

KATYA HIROSE
CFCS, CAMS, CFE, CSAR
Director, Global Risk
& Investigation Practice
FTI Consulting, Los Angeles

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