In 15 Minutes or Less – My New Podcast Series
28 November, 2016


Need It, Got It
17 November, 2016


UK’s New Criminal Finances Bill: More Changes to the Anti-Financial Crime Landscape
20 October, 2016


Politically Exposed Persons (“PEPs”) regime in the UK: Anticipatory Response to the 4AMLD
4 October, 2016


The Take 5 Campaign
21 September, 2016


European Parliament Survey: People’s Priorities for Europe
9 September, 2016


UK’s Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“POCA”) and Criminal Asset Confiscation
7 September, 2016


Group of International Finance Centre Supervisors: Their Response to the Panama Papers
6 September, 2016


UK Select Committee & Countering Terrorism – Draft Report on Radicalisation
30 August, 2016


Rejected and Exited Relationships
26 August, 2016


4AMLD Part 4: Beneficial Ownership – Transparency – Trusts & Other Legal Arrangements
2 August, 2016


UK’s Financial Conduct Authority’s Report on RegTech Feedback: Babel Fish Required?
1 August, 2016


4AMLD Part 3: Virtual Currency Exchange Platforms, E-Wallet Providers and Pre-Paid Cards
20 July, 2016


UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – Anti-Money Laundering Annual Report for 2015/16
20 July, 2016


4AMLD Part 2: AML and Tax Lists (“The Lists”)
14 July, 2016


4AMLD Part 1: Enhanced Due Diligence and High-Risk Third Countries
14 July, 2016


Wait, how many copies of my passport do you need?
12 July, 2016


Review of the Derisking Report Prepared for the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”)
8 July, 2016


Guernsey: An Off Shore Financial Centre’s Review of Anti-Financial Crime Training
14 June, 2016


Undertaking Business with Iran
27 May, 2016


Briefing: London Anti-Corruption Summit, 12 May 2016
27 May, 2016


De-risking: More than just AML
26 May, 2016

Samantha Sheen is the ACAMS AML Director for Europe

Samantha Sheen is an anti-financial crime risk professional who joined ACAMS in 2016 as its AML Director for Europe. Samantha has worked in both the public and private sectors on a variety of anti-financial crime projects and activities.

Samantha’s career has afforded her opportunity to work with global financial institutions and regulators from different jurisdictions. She holds a variety of qualifications including CAMS, and a master’s degree in business, specialising in risk management.