Terrorist Financing in 2016 and Beyond
- When:November 15, 2016
- Where:New York
- Venue: Millennium Broadway Hotel New York
145 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
The landscape of terrorism is ever-changing and constantly threatening. The instability in many parts of the world serves as an incubator for terrorists. Law enforcement is extremely concerned about the threat posed by these fighters should they return to their countries of origin.
The best chance to prevent terrorists from succeeding is to disrupt their ability to raise, move, store and access money. Identifying terrorist financing is one of the biggest challenges confronting financial institutions. This compelling and interactive day-long training session will focus on current and emerging terrorist threats, current and emerging terrorist financing trends and detection mechanisms financial institutions can use to identify and report suspicious activity related to terrorists and transnational criminal organizations.
- Understand points of vulnerability to financial institutions, as well as to terrorist organizations
- Identify alerting mechanisms that financial institutions can use to identify terrorist exploitation
- Understand the convergence between terrorist groups and transnational criminal organizations
- Identify the triggers for financial trends and their impact on financial institutions
Who Should Attend
This session is dedicated to anyone, at any level, having compliance and/or investigative responsibility to identify suspicious activity that likely involves terrorists or the transnational criminals they associate with.
|7:45 AM – 8:45 AM||Registration and Networking Breakfast|
|8:45 AM – 9:00 AM||Welcome Remarks – Peter Wild, CAMS-Audit|
|9:00 AM – 10:30 AM||The Harsh Reality of Terrorism and the Reliance on Terrorism Financing|
|10:30 AM – 10:45 AM||Networking and Refreshment Break|
|10:45 AM – 12:00 PM||Dissecting the Infrastructure of a Terrorist Organization|
|12:00 PM – 1:00 PM||Networking Luncheon|
|1:00 PM – 2:00 PM||Practical Exercise|
|2:00 PM – 3:15 PM||Identifying, Investigating, Reporting and Analyzing Suspicious Activity|
|3:15 PM – 3:30 PM||Networking and Refreshment Break|
|3:30 PM – 4:00 PM||Financial Countermeasures|
|4:00 PM – 4:45 PM||Responding to Terrorist Events|
|4:45 PM – 5:00 PM||Q&A and Closing Remarks|
This seminar is worth 6 CAMS credits.
Nicholas Bogdan, CAMS
- Bogdan Consulting Services
Since 2004, Mr. Bogdan has provided data exploitation expertise to the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division. He specializes in the bulk exploitation and analysis of financial datasets and has created tools and processes used throughout the FBI and other government agencies.
- Director, Head of Business Intelligence Unit, Americas Anti-Financial Crime
- Deutsche Bank
Martin A. Cunningham is the Head of the Business Intelligence Unit for Deutsche Bank Americas. Prior to joining Deutsche he was the Americas Head of Financial Crime Intelligence for Standard Chartered Bank. Before moving into the banking sector Martin served as a Deputy Team Chief in the Counter Threat Finance branch of the U.S. Special Operations Command where he managed the Counter Terror Finance training program. Martin is a former adjunct professor at the Joint Special Operations University and has also served as a guest lecturer at various institutions, including the Navy War College and the Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. Additionally, Martin Cunningham is military intelligence officer with the United States Navy.
Dennis Lormel, CAMS
- President, DML Associates
- Former Chief of Financial Crimes Program, FBI
Mr. Lormel retired from the FBI in 2003, after nearly 28 years as a special agent. In December 2000, he was named Chief of the FBI’s Financial Crimes Program. Following the terrorist attacks of September 2001, he established and directed the FBI’s comprehensive terrorist financing initiative. These efforts evolved into the formation of a formal Section within the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI, known as The Terrorist Financing Operations Section.