Featuring Robert Marro, Director of Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Advisory Services, FIS
Recent months have seen a dizzying array of challenges emerge in the anti-money laundering field, ranging from major regulatory changes like New York’s Rule 504, to the emergence of new technologies in transaction monitoring and KYC, to ongoing headaches tied to beneficial ownership.
This podcast takes listeners on a tour of these and other key AML issues weighing on the minds of compliance professionals, led by Robert Marro, with FIS RISC Solutions.
Formerly a Senior Operations Officer with the CIA and compliance manager at American Express, Marro is Director of Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Advisory Services at FIS, where he works with clients to establish and maintain programs to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing activity.
He explains how regulations like New York’s Part 504 rules are likely to spread to other US states, examines the spread of automation in KYC and customer due diligence functions, and discusses the growing connections between AML and other forms of financial crime, among other topics.