The ACAMS Canada Chapter’s mission is to be the premier Compliance Professional organization in Canada that provides a forum to exchange information and ideas related to the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing and to be an organization that provides educational resources and opportunities to compliance professionals.

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Upcoming Canada Chapter learning events will be announced soon.



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ACAMS Toronto Chapter Networking Event

Human Trafficking / Sexual Slavery

ACAMS Toronto Networking Event

ACAMS Toronto Chapter Lunch & Learn:
Managing the Money Laundering Risk of Offshore Money Flows to Canada 

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Terrorist Financing Concerns & Risks in Ontario For the Financial Services Sector

ACAMS Toronto Chapter Lunch & Learn: Money Laundering Case Overview by Detective Constable Dwayne King Toronto Police Services

Begin 2015 with an ACAMS Toronto Networking Event!

Investigation Workshop
Open Source Intelligence Training® (OSINT): How to use Open Source Information as Intelligence

Toronto & GTA Executive Networking Event

Lunch & Learn Event, sponsored by the ACAMS Toronto & GTA Chapter:
Money Laundering and the Canadian Real Estate Sector

Advanced Financial Crime Investigative Techniques
Topic: Advanced Financial Crime Investigative Techniques

Lunch & Learn Event: AML Model Validation

Compliance Testing – Understanding the Role of AML Compliance and the Business for a comprehensive and effective AML Testing Program

FINTRAC Presentaion

ACAMS Canada Chapter Executive’s Networking Event

AML/ATF in Canada: Impact and Assessment of Changes to Canada’s Regulatory Environment to Date

ACAMS Canada Presents: The First 2013 Lunch & Learn

Stuart Davis

Stuart Davis, CAMS
BMO Financial Group / BMO-Harris

Stuart Davis currently serves as the Enterprise Chief AML Officer for the Bank of Montreal Financial Group and is based in Toronto, Canada. He has over 25 years banking and regulatory experience including serving for five years as the Enterprise BSA and Sanctions Officer for USAA in San Antonio, Texas. Previously he led the Global AML Programs and Product Support for the Payment Services segment of First Data Corporation, which included Western Union Financial Services, Inc. and the AML/OFAC compliance program across Capital One’s North American portfolio of consumer and commercial products and services. Stuart began his career with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Stuart also has been an industry speaker on various AML topics including risk management and integrating technology and fraud programs. Stuart has an honors degree in Economics from the University of Georgia.

Ken Saul

Ken Saul
Ken Saul, Compliance Consultant, Inc.

Kenneth (“Ken”) H. Saul, B.A., LL.B., CAMS served as General Counsel, Chief Compliance & Regulatory Officer for the Cambridge Mercantile Corp., Cambridge Mercantile Corp. (U.S.A.) and Cambridge Mercantile Corp. (UK) Limited, for nearly 11 years.

Ken is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and was a lawyer in private practice in Toronto from 1973 to 2000. He joined a NASDAQ-listed company with multiple US and Canadian locations in October 2000 as General Counsel and corporate Secretary and was appointed General Counsel and Chief Compliance & Regulatory Officer at Cambridge in December 2002. Ken holds a ‘Teacher of Adults’ diploma from Centennial College, completed the Canadian Securities Course in 1998 and is a Professional Member and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, with the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (“ACAMS”). Ken is a founding member and Co-Secretary of the Canada Chapter of ACAMS, and an associate Board Member and strong supporter of the newly formed Canadian Money Services Businesses Association (

Commencing in mid-October, 2013, he retired from Cambridge and is now working as a Compliance Consultant in his own consulting business, Ken Saul, Compliance Consultant, Inc. assisting financial services businesses in Canada, the US, the UK and Australia with their AML-CTF Compliance requirements and with regulatory, licensing and other compliance requirements in those jurisdictions, as well as facilitating and assisting financial services businesses with their banking and other strategic relationships. For a brief time (April-Sept., 2015) Ken served as CAMLO-Canada for Globle Foreign Exchange Inc., a Canadian wholly-owned subsidiary of TransFast Remittance, LLC. Ken has also taught a distance-learning class – Compliance & Governance-Legal Framework – for Centennial College, Toronto, and has designed and will be teaching the elective class, Privacy Programs, in Centennial College’s Governance & Compliance Certificate program.

Jennifer Fiddian Green

Jennifer Fiddian-Green, CAMS
Grant Thornton LLP

Jennifer is a Partner at Grant Thornton LLP in Toronto. She is a CICA qualified investigation and forensic accountant and is an anti-money laundering ("AML") specialist.

Jennifer has worked with different industry groups to determine the nature of transactions suspicious of money laundering and methods to identify and make determinations on these transactions. Jennifer has also assisted clients in determining the impact on operations and corporate governance of the legislation, this has included identifying and understanding risks, policy decisions, development of procedures, employee training and the implementation of compliance programs. She participated in consultations with Canada’s Department of Finance and FINTRAC in regards to the development and interpretation of the regulations for the PCMLTFA and compliance expectations.

Jennifer regularly provides consulting and compliance review services to financial institution organizations and money services businesses.


Sharon McCullough

Dwayne King
Co-Membership Director
TD Bank Financial Group


Sharon McCullough

Christine Ring
Co-Membership Director
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada


Salmin Sal Jadavji

Salmin (Sal) Jadavji
Communications Director
HSBC Canada

Salmin (Sal) Jadavji is the Head of Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption (ABC) at HSBC Canada. Previously, Sal was the Chief AML Officer at MCAN where his responsibilities included implementing and managing the company’s anti-money laundering & anti-terrorist financing (AML/ATF) program. Before that he was Deputy Chief AML Officer at BMO, where he designed an AML independent audit testing program, and assessed the bank’s global AML policies, procedures, reporting processes and risk assessments. Previously he was the Senior Audit Manager at CIBC, and the Senior Compliance Officer with the Office of the Superintendent for Financial Institutions, Canada’s federal bank regulator.

Jadavji received his Master of Laws (GPLLM) from the University of Toronto Law School and his Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.He is also holds Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) Designations.He is the author of the best-selling book Way to an A: Student Survival Guide.