AML Conversations: A discussion with Guy Ficco, the newly appointed Deputy Chief of IRS-CI

By AML RightSource | September 8, 2022
Guy Ficco, Deputy Chief of IRS-Criminal Investigation, joins us to discuss his new role, the vast coverage of financial crime by the IRS, the importance of private-public partnership, and the facts about new IRS resources.  

AML Conversations: A Discussion With John M. Geiringer About His Newly Published Book

By AML RightSource | September 7, 2022
John Byrne chats with John M. Geiringer, of Barack Ferrazzano Financial Institutions Group, about the new book he edited and co-authored, Countering the Financing of Terrorism: Law and Policy, by the American Bar Association.   Save 20% on Countering the Financing of Terrorism: Law and Policy (americanbar.org)    To order, click on the link and enter the discount code: CFTLP20 at checkout to save. Discount ends December 31, 2022  

AML Voices: The Coming US Beneficial Ownership Registry

By AML RightSource | September 5, 2022
A key provision of the US Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 requires deploying a beneficial ownership registry. Our panel of experts discuss what the registry may look like, what challenges are faced in building an effective registry, and who will have access to it.

What are the best practices for integrating AI into your AML compliance program?

By Sophie Proctor | September 5, 2022
To take your AML compliance program to new heights of effectiveness, introducing an artificial intelligence (AI) technology could be the right decision. Certain features like automation and rules-based algorithms provide unmatched benefits including fewer false positives, streamlined investigations and overall, a risk-based approach to financial crime compliance.  

How to deal with AML compliance disruptions

By Sophie Proctor | September 5, 2022
Anti-money laundering compliance teams need to have several traits to help keep them at their best, these include resilience and adaptability. As an industry, we need to be aware of all challenges, both new and commonplace. Often, this requires the combination of team training and sophisticated technology.

Financial Crime Compliance Experts Discuss Top AML Tech Trends and Related Process Improvements

By AML RightSource | September 2, 2022
At the Financial & International Business Association (FIBA) AML Compliance Conference, David McLaughlin, SVP, Head of Technology Integration at AML RightSource, was joined by a knowledgeable panel of experts including the head of AML modeling and analytics at PNC. The panel discussed technology trends and how they are impacting processes for the teams who have adopted them.

FATF’s View of the Risks of Real Estate

By Elliot Berman | August 30, 2022
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF[1]) recently updated its Risk-Based Approach Guidance for the Real Estate Sector. This update was prompted by increasing risks of money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) using real estate transactions. The guidance “provides real estate professionals involved in real estate transactions, with the requisite tools and examples to support the implementation of FATF standards enabling the implementation of a risk-based approach to anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism.”

AML Conversations: Ramifications of the Public Attacks on the FBI by Elected Officials

By AML RightSource | August 29, 2022
Dennis Lormel, President of the Society of Former Agents of the FBI, discusses the ramifications of the public attacks on the FBI by elected officials in response to the search warrant issued to retrieve classified documents held by former President Trump. Lormel explains the legal process and the need for the AML community to continue supporting law enforcement from clear political attacks.  

AML Conversations: A Look into the IRS with Former Head of IRS CI

By AML RightSource | August 25, 2022
There have been outrageous comments made by “policymakers” about the IRS since the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. AMLRS Chairman of the Advisory Board John Byrne talked to former IRSCI Chief Don Fort about the facts regarding the IRA funding, the mission of IRSCI, and the impact misinformation is having on staff. Here’s a taster of some of the questions discussed: Question: There have been questions and a lot of information (misinformation) out there about the substantial funding the IRS is going to get as part of the Inflation Reduction Act, $80B over 10 years. For example, “87,000 armed agents” is being repeated in the media. Remind us of the important work IRS-CI does Explain the facts around “87,000 armed agents?” Question: What’s your take of these statements in the media? Question: What’s the real-life impact to those working for IRS-CI from these types of comments? Question: IRS-CI works more than just tax cases - are there examples of cases that IRS-CI works that have broad national and international importance? Question: How will the IRS use this funding?  

AML Conversations

Jenni Halleran,  the Head of Financial Crimes Investigations at Silicon Valley Bank, discusses her career path, growing up in a blue collar town, and...

Mark Freedman, CEO / Founder of Rebel Global Security and former Chief of Section in the Counter-Terrorism Bureau at the US State Department...

Guy Ficco, Deputy Chief of IRS-Criminal Investigation, joins us to discuss his new role, the vast coverage of financial crime by the IRS, the...

John Byrne chats with John M. Geiringer, of Barack Ferrazzano Financial Institutions Group, about the new book he edited and co-authored, Countering...

Dennis Lormel, President of the Society of Former Agents of the FBI, discusses the ramifications of the public attacks on the FBI by elected...

There have been outrageous comments made by “policymakers” about the IRS since the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. AMLRS Chairman of the...

Asset Forfeiture Global Expert Stef Cassella returns to AML Conversations to discuss civil and criminal forfeiture. He explains how it's used, common...

Kit Conklin, VP at Kharon and a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council discusses the recent “joint alert” between the Financial Crimes Enforcement...

John discusses with Kent Belasco, the Director of Marquette University’s Commercial Banking Program, a recent project with a microfinance...

Alan Ketley, the new Executive Secretary of the Wolfsberg Group discusses the mission of the group, their focus on a variety of AML related topics:...

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