ACAMS Moneylaundering.com Year-End Compliance Review and 2017 Outlook

  • When: December 16, 2016
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET
  • Level: All

Keeping up with major enforcement actions, AML trends, and regulatory developments is always a challenge for compliance professionals. Join this panel of experts as they assess the most important developments in the United States and globally in 2016 as covered by ACAMS moneylaundering.com. And, prepare for 2017 as panelists share what they think will be the most urgent issues facing the compliance community in the New Year.

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Officers
  • Law Enforcement
  • Legal Advisors
  • Trade Financing Specialists
  • Financial Technology Professionals

Region/Sector

  • North America
  • Bank
  • MSB
  • Securities
  • FinTech
  • Anti-Fraud

Moderator

Kieran Beer
  • Kieran Beer, CAMS

  • Chief Analyst and Director of Editorial Content
  • ACAMS

Bio

Kieran Beer is chief analyst and director of editorial content with responsibility for ACAMS moneylaundering.com, ACAMS Today and content for many ACAMS conferences and other programs.

Prior to joining ACAMS in 2006, he was executive editor of Bloomberg Wealth Manager, an award winning investment and financial planning magazine, and he also served as a staff writer for Bloomberg Markets Magazine.

Kieran has been a financial journalist for more than 25 years, beginning his career at Institutional Investor. He subsequently served as editor-in-chief of The Bond Buyer, founding editor of Thomson Municipal Market Monitor, and editor at the American Banker.

Kieran speaks regularly at industry conferences, has appeared on CNBC and Sky News, and has been heard on WBBR and NPR. He writes two columns on anti-financial crime issues and is the host of “Financial Crime Matters,” a podcast series, as well ACAMS videocasts on YouTubehttps://soundcloud.com/financialcrimematters

Speakers

John J. Byrne
  • John J. Byrne, Esq., CAMS

  • Vice Chairman
  • AML RightSource

Colby Adams
  • Colby Adams

  • Senior Manager, Communications
  • ACAMS moneylaundering.com

Bio

Colby Adams was named the managing editor of ACAMS moneylaundering.com in September after joining the publication as a reporter in 2009. He and his staff report on regulatory enforcement actions, proposed laws and regulations impacting compliance, criminal and civil cases stemming from AML and BSA violations, and tax laws. Prior to joining the company, Colby covered defense and security issues for Foresight News in London.


Susan Galli
  • Susan Galli

  • President
  • Galli AML Advisory, LLC

Bio

Susan Galli assists clients to respond to regulatory and Monitor mandates arising from regulatory exams, enforcement actions and Deferred Prosecution Agreements, as well as proactive compliance reviews, particularly in the areas of financial crime risk management and corporate governance.  Susan assists clients with root cause analysis of issues and the development and implementation of remedial actions.  As a former Chief Risk Officer coupled with her experience in a number of in-house senior AML and compliance roles, Susan has extensive experience in the development and implementation of financial crime and regulatory compliance programs in financial institutions.

Susan also recently served as a Managing Director in the Financial Crimes Unit in the Advisory Group of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (“PwC”).  She worked with PwC’s risk and regulatory consulting teams to advise clients on the overall management and performance of their business, with a focus on compliance management, risk and governance.  Prior to joining PwC, Ms. Galli held a number of senior roles in anti-money laundering compliance with HSBC Holdings Plc and HSBC Holdings North America, Inc.   During her tenure at HSBC, she had responsibility for AML policy and program development and global AML strategy and architecture.   She has also served as the Chief Risk Management Officer at Pacific National Bank, N.A. where she had responsibility for the oversight of the compliance risk management functions including BSA and regulatory compliance, as well as all of the other risk management functions at the bank.

Ms. Galli has over 24 years of senior-level anti-money laundering experience providing a vast array of services including developing AML risk scoring and enterprise-wide customer due diligence policies and procedures.   Additionally, she has conducted in-depth AML reviews of various financial institutions’ AML programs, as part of internal compliance monitoring and testing or as part of mergers and acquisition due diligence.  She has developed and delivered numerous AML training sessions for financial institutions, banking associations and government agencies in the U.S. and abroad.  She has acted as a course instructor for the ACAMS certification exam preparation course and developed and instructed the FIBA Correspondent Banking AML course. 

Previously in her career, Ms. Galli served as the Senior Anti-Money Laundering Coordinator and a member of Citigroup’s Global Anti-Money Laundering team, as well as the Latin America AML Director for Citigroup businesses and was also the Senior AML Coordinator for Banco Santander’s U.S. and Caribbean operations.  She also served as a member of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group (“BSAAG”) and the Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group Funds Transfer Subgroup, representing both Citicorp and the industry.


Rick Small
  • Rick Small, ACAMS, CAMS

  • Executive Vice President | Director Financial Crimes Program
  • Truist Bank

Bio

Mr. Small will bring leading insights on the challenges, strategies, regulatory expectations and future focus areas for anti-money laundering and financial crimes at a global level. Prior to joining EY, he was the Senior Vice President, Enterprise Wide Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Corruption and International Regulatory Compliance for American Express. In this role, Mr. Small was responsible for overseeing the enterprise-wide anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and sanctions programs. In addition, he was responsible for the Compliance teams that manage day to day compliance outside of the United States. Prior to joining American Express, Mr. Small was the Global Anti-Money Laundering Leader for GE Money, a division of General Electric. In this role, he was responsible for the anti-money laundering program of all GE Money businesses globally. Prior to joining GE, he was the Managing Director, Global Anti-Money Laundering, for Citigroup.

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