Counting the Votes: The impact of the U.S. elections and related financial crime events on the compliance and fraud communities
Featured Speakers :
David is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, who for over 35 years has represented major financial institutions and individuals in civil, criminal, regulatory and compliance-related investigations initiated by the U.S. Congress and federal, state and local prosecutors and regulators. He also provides financial crime training to law enforcement, the private sector and other law firms. David is the recipient of Homeland Security Investigation’s 2017 HSI-New York Citizen’s Legacy Award, which he received for his efforts in counseling HSI agents in building relationships with the financial community.
Robert has nearly three decades of leadership experience in both the public and private sectors. His experience includes leadership roles at technology companies, a financial institution and a government agency. Robert brings a unique combination of management expertise, operational and investigation leadership across business environments requiring both technology and investigative solutions.
Complimentary webinar, presented by ACFCS and BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Join this webinar as we engage in a vibrant discussion pertaining to the impact the elections may have on U.S. policy pertaining to regulations, governance and BSA enforcement. Topics will include the continued response to Covid-19, revised attention to the compliance on arts and antiquities community, the FinCEN files and SAR Management, Sanctions, and Beneficial Ownership Due Diligence.
- Understanding of the new possible priorities of Federal oversight and attention to Financial Crime related matters for the next four years
- Using the new attention of the Arts and Antiquities market as a benchmark of direction for federal governance in concert with the UK 5th AML Directive
- Key points of the impact on Financial Institutions of Covid-19, with a focus on fraud and compliance response
- How issues of the global economy and foreign policy of the United States may impact the focus on sanctions
- New and renewed attention to Beneficial Ownership/Know Your Customer and thoughts on how financial institutions can be ready to respond
This session is eligible for 1 CFCS credits.
Important note for ACFCS members: Please register using the same email address tied to your member account.