Contribute your Knowledge and Expertise

ACAMS Task Forces are comprised of AML/CTF leaders from various sectors, including banking, money services, insurance, gaming, government, securities and more to contribute thought leadership and fresh perspective to address common challenges, compliance strategies, changing regulations facing industry professionals globally.

Annual Conference Task Force

The Annual Conference Task Force provides topic and speaker recommendations to help develop programs for the ACAMS International Conferences. Task Force members serve as conference hosts, speaker and moderators.

Education Task Force

The Education Task Force is comprised of private and public sector experts who are committed to assisting ACAMS in its overarching mission of providing members with leading edge training, resources and other tools to enhance the effort of the AML professional. Task force members provide recommendations on training and education initiatives, as well as on emerging AML trends.

Editorial Committee

The mission of the Editorial Committee is to provide insightful and timely AML/CTF-related content, awareness of financial crime issues, recruit expert authors from the compliance field and guide the overall content for the ACAMS’ publications — ACAMS Today and ACAMS Connection. The Editorial Committee achieves this mission through article submissions, contributor recommendations and supplying useful information that will give compliance professionals the tools needed to perform their duties in a resourceful and practical manner.

To join the Editorial Committee, contact Karla Monterrosa-Yancey, CAMS, Editor-in-Chief.

MSB Task Force

The MSB Task Force helps identify emerging industry issues and trends for the money services sector and guides training content, accordingly.

Regional Task Forces

Regional Task Forces help promote ACAMS throughout the world by through the dissemination of information regarding anti-money laundering regulations and guidance in key regions. The Task Forces also assist in program development for regional international conferences.

Task Forces include:

  • Asia-Pacific
  • Canadian
  • Caribbean
  • European
  • Latin American
  • MENA