Enhance your AML Audit Skills

CAMS Audit

Building on current CAMS expertise, CAMS-Audit is advanced training intended to equip mid-level and senior management professionals with knowledge that reinforces internal controls and enhances your ability to meet regulatory expectations.

CAMS-Audit certified professionals can count themselves as specialized practitioners in the AML Audit arena.

The CAMS-Audit curriculum prepares professionals to:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness and adequacy of a BSA/AML compliance program, suspicious activity reporting and transaction monitoring systems, and KYC/CIP policies, procedures, and processes
  • Address and mitigate BSA/AML risk including tracking and correcting previously identified issues and deficiencies
  • Identify, analyze and recommend enhancements to policies, procedures and processes in accordance with guidance and regulations
  • Assess the adequacy of transaction testing in relation to risk and suspicious activity
  • Understand and communicate reporting and record keeping requirements in performing independent testing
  • Enhance the role of audit in regards to your institution’s compliance monitoring and AML training
  • Identify communication techniques to increase the reception and collaboration of your message across different departments

Benefits

  • Fulfill regulatory expectations – International standards require that all financial institutions have AML programs and that these programs be independently reviewed.
  • Safeguard your AML program, minimize risk, preempt negative examination findings – With CAMS-Audit, you will strengthen the skills required to uncover and address any areas of vulnerability within your institution in an efficient and comprehensive manner.
  • Experience professional growth – Given recent headlines and increased scrutiny, AML professionals with audit experience will continue to be in high demand.

Who should Apply?

CAMS-Audit is geared toward mid-level to senior management such as:

  • Internal/External Auditors
  • Consultants
  • Regulators
  • Compliance Officers
  • Risk Managers

With experience and training in all or any of the following areas:

  • Risk Assessment
  • Policies and Procedures
  • AML Audit Processes
  • Transaction Monitoring
  • Identifying and Reporting Suspicious Activity
  • Compliance Monitoring/Corrective Action Testing/Validation
  • Training

Program Outline

Administrative Session

This hour-long webinar is an administrative session to go over the program logistics, timelines and other details.

Self-Study

Participants will be required to complete pre-class assign­ments prior to attending the classroom session. Partici­pants should plan to spend 8 – 10 hours reading, research­ing and completing exercises that will be used in the classroom session. All pre-class assignments will be tied to classroom activities.

3-Day Live Course

The live course is comprised of:

Lecture

Where needed to introduce topics and establish the foundation for discussions and exercises.

Discussion

This course is designed to create dialogue and interaction. Participants will be encouraged to engage in discussions focused on various aspects of AML audit.

Exercises

In-class exercises are designed to leverage the results of pre-class activities and immerse participants in interactive situations and work groups, allowing them to put concepts into practice.

Publishable White Paper

Participants will be required to write a white paper, which will be graded as the final exam, on one of several topics. Papers will be available to ACAMS members online or in print. This published paper will help you:

  • Establish your expertise, gain recognition and build your portfolio
  • Give back to the Association by building intellectual capital for ACAMS members
  • Provide analysis on major/emerging issues

How to Qualify

Candidates wishing to apply for CAMS-Audit must maintain an active CAMS designation and submit documentation supporting they have met the required 20 qualifying credits based on a combination of:

  1. Professional Experience – 10 of the 20 credits must come from professional experience. Experience is limited to within the last 5 years.
  2. Continuing Education – Candidates receive 1 credit per 3 hours of training. Limit to 10 credits per 2 years.
  3. Audit Certification – Limit to 1 active certification. Certification qualifies for 3 credits.

How to Apply

  1. Complete the application included in the handbook.
  2. Email the application and all required documentation to advanced-certification@acams.org.
  3. You may also mail or fax in your application, however, please keep in mind that mailing in your application may delay the application process. Our mailing address and fax number are:
    Brickell Bayview Centre
    80 SW 8th Street, Suite 2350
    Miami, FL 33130
    Fax: +1 305.373.7788
  4. Upon approval of your application, you will receive an invoice for payment.
  5. Payment may be made by credit card, personal check, cashier’s check, money order or wire transfer. Checks should be made payable to ACAMS. Declined credit cards and/or returned checks are subject to a $25 penalty.

*Incomplete applications, including missing documentation, will be returned.

Review Board

John J. Byrne

John J. Byrne, Esq., CAMS
Vice Chairman
AML RightSource

Byrne is a nationally known regulatory and legislative attorney with close to 30 years of experience in a vast array of financial services issues, with particular expertise in all aspects of regulatory oversight, policy and management, anti-money laundering (AML), privacy and consumer compliance. He has written over 100 articles on AML, represented the banking industry in this area before Congress, state legislatures and international bodies such as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), and appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, the Today Show, and many other media outlets.

John has received a number of awards, including the Director’s Medal for Exceptional Service from the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the ABA’s Distinguished Service Award for his career work in the compliance field.

John is a graduate of Marquette University in 1978 and the George Mason University School of Law in 1983.

John’s blog, “AML, Fraud and Other Things,” can be found at: www.bankingexchange.com


William (Aub) Chapman

William (Aub) Chapman, CAMS-Audit
Director
Aub Chapman Consulting Services

Aub Chapman (CAMS-Audit) was a career banker with over 42 years of professional experience prior to his retirement.

In his last role at Westpac Banking Corporation, he was responsible for managing a number of functions including Group Fraud Control, Physical Security, Business Continuity Services, Cash and ATM Services as well as managing the group’s compliance with AML/CTF legislation.

Since his retirement, Aub has been consulting in both the public and private sectors, not only in Australia, but also internationally. He specialises in controls against financial crime and management of cash services. His international experience includes assignments for the United Nations, the Asian Development Bank, The Eurasian Group on Money Laundering (on behalf of the FSVC), Bank Negara Malaysia, Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia and the Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority. He has been a guest speaker at a number of international AML/CTF conferences and international conferences associated with the cash services industry.

Aub is a founding member and Co-Chair of the Australasian Chapter, a member of the ACAMS Education Task Force. Aub is CAMS-Audit certified and is a certified CAMS Instructor and a member of the CAMS-Audit teaching faculty. He received the prestigious ACAMS AML Professional of the Year award in 2009.

Aub is also a member of the Australian Digital Commerce Association (ADCA) AML Committee.


Lindsay Dastrup

Lindsay Dastrup (CAMS – Audit, CRCM, CIA, CFSA)
Director of Internal Audit
American Express

Lindsay is a Director of Internal Audit at American Express. She leads the BSA/AML Audit team and is responsible for leading the annual Enterprise BSA/AML audit and assisting with the international AML audits. This consists of managing audits in Europe, Asia, and Latin America, including managing AML audits across all business units. Lindsay continually interacts with the regulators to ensure regulatory findings are remediated by the Company. She is responsible for providing subject matter expertise on BSA/AML regulatory requirements across the Internal Audit organization.


Laura Goldzung

Laura Goldzung, CAMS
President & CEO
AML Audit Services, LLC

Laura H. Goldzung, CAMS, CFE, CFCS, CPAML, CCRP is President and CEO of AML Audit Services, LLC, a boutique consultancy specializing in independent testing of anti-money laundering compliance programs and serves as its principal examiner. Her expertise also includes custom training, and compliance consulting services, which includes design and development of Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Fraud programs. Ms. Goldzung has worked with financial institutions that have been referred to enforcement for BSA/AML violations, helping them to bring their AML programs into compliance.

In a career spanning more than 35 years across multiple sectors of the of the financial services industry, Ms. Goldzung has worked in a variety of executive leadership roles. Since founding AMLAS, she has co-created sector-specific compliance officer certification programs, presents various AML/Fraud topics for industry-leading organizations, and has authored many articles on the topic of AML. She is a charter member of the CAMS Audit faculty (CAMS-Audit) and served as a founding member of the Northern New Jersey ACAMS Chapter and served as Co-Chair.

Ms. Goldzung serves as a dispute resolution arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and contributes to several compliance, industry, and university education programs. She is active with the Association of Certified AML Specialists, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists, National Society of Compliance Professionals, SIFMA Compliance & Legal Society, International Money Transmitters Conference, and Pace University.


Wendy Hetzel

Wendy Hetzel, CAMS
Vice President, Audit
Frost Bank

Wendy Hetzel is a Vice President and Audit Manager for Cullen / Frost Bankers, Inc., a Texas-based financial services holding company which includes Frost Bank ($30B in asset size – within the top 50 largest US banks), Frost Brokerage, and Frost Investment Advisors. Since 2008, Ms. Hetzel has been responsible for the development, oversight, and execution of the annual enterprise-wide BSA / AML / OFAC audit program. She has implemented a risk-based audit program and continually assesses BSA/AML risks within the Cullen / Frost organization, including an international customer base and global products and services. On a regular basis, she interacts with bank regulators (FRB, OCC, State) to ensure regulatory findings are adequately remediated by the organization. Ms. Hetzel has over 20 years audit experience with various financial services companies such as Wells Fargo as well as other mid-size and community banking organizations.

Ms. Hetzel has earned multiple certifications, including Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM), Certified Fiduciary Investment Risk Specialist (CFIRS), and CAMS. She is an active member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and serves on the Board of Governors for the San Antonio IIA Chapter.


Vicki Landon

Vicki Landon, FLMI, CAMS-Audit, CFCS
President
Landon Associates

Vicki Landon is the President of Landon Associates, Inc., a leading expert on AML regulations and best practices for non-bank financial institutions, and is a frequent speaker on the topics. She provides anti-money laundering (AML), anti-fraud, and sanctions program services to insurers, broker-dealers, and money services businesses (MSBs).

In recent engagements she has provided leading and boutique insurance companies, broker-dealers and MSBs with independent AML reviews, risk assessments, and AML policies and procedures. She has also helped companies “tune” AML transaction monitoring systems through selection and justification of alert thresholds.

She has focused on AML for 10 years and leverages 20 years in insurance, insurance process re-engineering, insurance data management, business architecture, insurance transaction systems, and training in the US and internationally.

Prior to establishing Landon Associates in 2009, Vicki served as VP – Services for Aquilan Group, providing AML transaction monitoring software and services to insurers and securities firms. As Principal and Business Development Director at IBM, Vicki provided services around Insurance Application Architecture (IAA, the leading insurance business architecture), master data management, and training to insurers internationally. With CSC, the leading provider of insurance application systems, Vicki delivered automated workflow solutions, client management solutions, business process reengineering (BPM), and training programs in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Ms. Landon has earned professional degrees including Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS), and a Fellow, Life Management Institute (FLMI). She has presented on AML topics at conferences of the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI), the Central Texas Chapter of the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), and the Dallas Area Compliance Association (DACA). Ms. Landon has also presented international webinars on insurance AML and fraud for Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), AML Services International and the CSC Compliance Community. She recently co-founded and co-chairs the Central Texas chapter of ACAMS, and has served on the boards of several charitable and service organizations.


Nicolas Khouri

Nicolas Khouri, MBA, CAMS
Senior Audit Director – Compliance and Legal
Ally Financial

Nicolas Khouri is currently a Senior Audit Director at Ally Financial overseeing Compliance and Legal. As part of his role, Nicolas advises management and senior leadership on industry best practices and hot topics for compliance including BSA and AML. Further, Nicolas manages the Compliance Center of Excellence that supports line of business audit teams in conducting Compliance and AML reviews.

Nicolas has over 16 years of financial institutions and investment banking auditing experience focusing mainly on AML and International Operations. Prior to joining Ally, Nicolas spent 7 years as an AML auditor at Wachovia/Wells Fargo Bank. Over the years, Nicolas has developed in depth knowledge in international AML regulations, including Chinese, Japanese, German, Canadian, Mexican and UK laws.

Nicolas holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from the George Washington University and is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS) since 2006. Nicolas has been an invited speaker and/or panelist at several national conferences on AML and auditing including Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), Florida International Banking Association (FIBA), The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Financial Markets Association (FMA).


Hoi Luk

Hoi Luk, CRCM, CAMS
Senior Manager
Moss Adams LLP

Mr. Luk, a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM), is a Senior Manager with Moss Adams LLP. Hoi is the practice leader and is responsible for project oversight and delivery of risk management services primarily in the Southern California region. His regulatory compliance, risk management, and internal audit experience spans more than 20 years with specialties in the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)/Anti-Money Laundering (AML), residential lending, and asset quality reviews.

Prior to joining Moss Adams LLP, Hoi was a Regional Director at the world’s largest global provider dedicated to banking and payments technologies. Prior to that, Hoi was a director at a leading national business consulting, accounting, and tax firm where he was responsible for risk management consulting services. He has also served as a compliance specialist for two $3 billion institutions and also worked for two mortgage companies, performing regulatory compliance testing and support functions.


Marc Maramag

Marc. Maramag, CAMS
Director – QC and Testing, AML Compliance
First Republic Bank

Marc is Director of Quality Control and Testing with AML Compliance at First Republic Bank in San Francisco. He develops and conducts the self-monitoring of the Bank’s AML Program within the second line of defense. Prior to First Republic Bank, was a VP – Senior Audit Manager of the AML Compliance Team at Citizens Financial Group, where he oversaw the independent testing of the AML Program. He has also work as VP of the Regulatory Compliance Audit team at CIT and previously at TD Bank NA, America’s Most Convenient Bank as US Lead/Group Manager within Operational Risk Management, and Senior Audit Manager of the AML Audit Team. At TD Marc developed the audit strategy of the AML program, effectively utilizing data analytics to identify high-risk areas across the Bank’s businesses and products. He also leveraged the use of data in significantly increasing the use of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs) to systematically test complete populations of accounts and transactions across all aspects of the AML Program including CIP, Special Measures, and OFAC. Marc was also Vice President in the Legal, Risk and Capital Audit Team at Deutsche Bank NY. He was responsible for executing periodic reviews of the AML Program of DB Canada, and covered the US AML Operations as part of an integrated Global AML Operations review. In addition to AML, Marc was also responsible for the reviews of the Legal Department, specifically developing audit programs of the department’s oversight and governance structure and contract management process. He also developed audit programs to independently test compliance with Electronic Communications Regulations FINRA 07-59 and responsibilities with respect to the TARP Auction Program. Marc also worked in the Global Banking Audit Team at Merrill Lynch where, in addition to AML, he oversaw compliance reviews that covered other regulations including Regulation W – 23A/23B and the Community Reinvestment Act. While at Merrill, he also developed the baseline audit programs of the Government Relations Office, and of the Global Private Client Marketing Department. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Marc worked at the NASD and American Express, covering AML and various Federal Reserve Bank Regulations.

Marc graduated with his MBA from Global Executive MBA Program of IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the City University of New York. Throughout his career, he has earned several designations and registrations, including the CAMS, CPA, CIA, CISA, CFSA, Series 7 and Series 63.


Paul R. Osborne

Paul R. Osborne
Partner
Crowe Horwath LLP

Paul is a Partner with Crowe Horwath LLP responsible for directing the development and support of Crowe’s national regulatory advisory services, focusing on various consumer compliance requirements. This includes Compliance regulations and their respective requirements, Fair Lending evaluations, BSA/AML and terrorist financing risk assessments, Compliance and BSA/AML independent audits, trust department operational and administrative reviews, and Compliance, BSA/AML and trust training. The Regulatory Compliance practice of Crowe has assisted many clients with developing functional and effective Compliance and BSA/AML management programs, and consulted with banks under regulatory orders in addressing memorandums of understanding or cease and desist requirements. Crowe currently provides compliance, BSA/AML and trust services to over 400 financial institution clients nationwide.

Paul has over twenty-five years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining Crowe in 1994, Paul was with a $30B multi-state bank holding company as a regional compliance director where his responsibilities included the management of compliance, fair lending, BSA/AML, community reinvestment, real estate appraisal, and environmental liability for the holding company’s affiliates in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.

Paul has also been involved in many Compliance and BSA/AML risk assessment projects, transaction lookback investigations and BSA audits for three of the nation’s largest financial institutions and the world’s third largest money service business. Paul was also a member of the Crowe team assisting Riggs Bank with addressing Department of Justice enforcement initiatives and developing a modified BSA program to help complete the sale to PNC. Some of Paul’s former and current clients include: Bank of America, Bank of the West, Capital 1, Key Bank, BB&T, Comerica, MoneyGram, PayPal, National City, and First National of Nebraska, Inc.


Jack Oskvarek

Jack Oskvarek, CAMS, AMLP
Vice President, BSA Executive Director
Wintrust Financial Corporation

Jack Oskvarek is Vice President, BSA Executive Director for Wintrust Financial Corporation and responsible for bank-wide AML/BSA/OFAC functions. Prior to joining Wintrust in Nov 2013, Jack served in similar roles at Banco Popular North America, Park National Bank, AMCORE Bank and MidAmerica Bank. Jack’s experience includes implementing innovative management dashboard reporting, establishing detailed EDD programs (particularly for IPB), improving investigatory processes along with refining transaction monitoring systems. Of particular note in July 2007 he was brought in to AMCORE Bank to navigate through an OCC formal agreement and consent order and build a comprehensive BSA/AML/OFAC program and team. Functioning in this integral role, all adverse OCC regulatory actions were lifted in April 2008. Jack has more than 25 years of banking experience.

Prior to joining AMCORE (now BMO Harris) in July 2007, he was First Vice President, BSA Officer & Deposit Operations Manager at MidAmerica Bank, where he was responsible for bank-wide AML/BSA/OFAC functions (completing a full AML/FIU build-out of personnel and systems), deposit operations, servicing departments, wire operations, internal help desk, and contact center. Prior to MidAmerica Bank, Jack served as Vice President, BSA Officer & Manager of Retail Banking Operations at TCF Bank (formerly Standard Federal Bank), which included AML/BSA/OFAC functions, loss prevention/fraud operations, compliance, branch mgmt, and was Plan Trustee for a $10 million employee pension portfolio.

Jack earned a bachelor’s degree in business with a finance concentration from De Paul University. He is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS designation from the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists) and is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Professional (AMLP designation from BAI).

His professional experience also includes founding the ACAMS Chicago Chapter, which under his leadership received the 2011 worldwide Chapter of the Year Award, and continues to serve as Chairman. Jack also serves on various ACAMS committees and participated on panels such as the ACAMS Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference and the ABA AML National Conference in Washington D.C. Outside his professional life, Jack is an avid tennis player and a dedicated Cubs fan.


Asif Sardar

Asif Sardar, CAMS
Associate Director, Regulatory Risk Consulting
Protiviti

Asif is an Associate Director within Protiviti’s Regulatory Risk Practice. Asif has over ten (10) years of AML experience where he has led and managed large-scale full-scope AML audits and AML remediation projects for various large domestic and international financial institutions, including but not limited to retail, commercial, private, investment, and community banks, and broker-dealers, Money Services Businesses (MSBs), investment advisors, and mutual funds, to ensure compliance with all applicable Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), USA PATRIOT Act, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) requirements, and various international AML requirements including German Anti-Money Laundering (GwG); 3rd European Union Directives; and the Proceeds of Crime Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA).

In addition, Asif has also consulted with large international and domestic financial institutions on the design and maintenance of their AML and sanctions compliance functions, particularly those under enforcement actions with Federal regulators to address process design, policy and procedure development, risk assessments, controls design, and enforcement action remediation. Asif also managed and participated in several large scale money laundering investigations and Know Your Customer remediation projects for large international correspondent, commercial, and retail banks.

Asif has also assisted a global Quality Assurance (QA) function of a top 5 US Bank in monitoring and assessment of its internal audit activity, effectiveness and efficiency, and identifying opportunities for improvement. Responsibilities included, but not limited to, performing QA Cold Reviews (scorecard reviews for risk-based audits and issue validation), QA Post-Mortem (targeted) reviews, Thematic Reviews, QA Hot Review (hands-on approach), performance of QA reviews of key internal audit deliverables (internal and external for federal regulators), assisting in the review and improvement of global internal audit methodology, and development and delivery of global QA BSA/AML training.

Asif has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Bernard Baruch College. In addition, Asif holds the Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certifications.


Michael Schidlow

Michael Schidlow, Esq., CAMS-Audit
Head of Financial Crime Compliance and Emerging Risk Audit Development
HSBC

Michael Schidlow currently serves as the Head of Financial Crime Risk Training for HSBC Bank’s Global Internal Audit Function. In this role, Schidlow designs and delivers bespoke training courses on anti-money laundering (AML), terrorist financing, anti-bribery/corruption (ABC), and anti-financial crime best practices across the company’s global footprint. Schidlow also leads the function’s Emerging Risk Advisory for North America, Latin America, and for the Global Financial Crime Risk teams. He consults on audit planning and audit scoping based on regulatory issues, enforcement actions, and external environment monitoring.

Schidlow previously served as an investigator for Bank of America’s Global Financial Crimes Compliance division, specializing in high-profile client compromises, complex fraud, and insider abuse allegations. Schidlow started his career working as an attorney concentrating on regulatory compliance and white collar litigation matters. Schidlow holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), ACAMS Advanced Certification in AML Audit (CAMS-Audit), and is a licensed attorney.


Kenneth Simmons

Ken Simmons CRCM, CAMS-Audit, FCI
CEO
Compliance & AML Solutions

Ken is the CEO, Compliance & AML Solutions providing proven results elevating BSA and Compliance programs across the nation. Most institutions that utilize Mr. Simmons expertise develop proactive programs that remain ahead of supervisory expectations. He is skilled at devising solutions to work smarter and efficient. He also has a proven record of resolving Regulatory challenges within 120 days.

Ken Simmons has served the Financial Industry for more than 35 years:

  • Chief Compliance Officer for several large and mid-size institutions;
  • General Auditor for multi-billion institutions,
  • Industry Expert & Functional EIC for the Office of Comptroller Currency (OCC)
  • Compliance Expert for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

As a Functional EIC, Ken served several Mid-Size institutions across the US. He served as a faculty member for the OCC’s Advanced Examination Schools for BSA, Compliance & Fair Lending.

Ken holds four professional certifications

  • Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM)
  • Advanced Audit Certification – ACAMS (CAMS-Audit)
  • Advanced Financial Crimes Certification – ACAMS (CAMS-FCI)
  • Post-certified (ACT Specialist)

Ken serves ACAMS as a faculty & Review Board Member for Advanced Certification Program (CAMS-Audit and CAMS-FCI) for the past 6 years. He contributed to the publications of ACAMS Examination Study Guide. He has taught thousands of professionals at CAMS Prep schools; and mentored more than 100 professionals to earning their advanced certifications. He is also a faculty member for ACAMS CGSS (Sanctions) certification program as well.


Elizabeth A. Slim

Elizabeth A. Slim, CAMS
Senior Vice President and BSA Officer
1st Enterprise Bank

Elizabeth Slim is the Senior Vice President and BSA Officer for 1st Enterprise Bank headquartered in downtown Los Angeles and is responsible for managing the BSA program of the Bank. Elizabeth has been in the banking industry for over 30 years specializing in areas of compliance, operations, fraud, security, training and risk management with financial institutions such as Bank of America, First Interstate Bank of California, Home Savings of America, Sanwa Bank, Community Bank, Grandpoint Bank and City National Bank. She is the Founder and Co-Chair of the ACAMS Southern California Chapter established October 2009. Elizabeth is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) since 2004 and a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) since 2003. She has been a guest speaker for ACAMS conferences and the West Coast Anti-Money Laundering Forum. Elizabeth also serves on the ACAMS faculty for the ACAMS Advanced Certification Program. She attended California State University, Los Angeles.


Jack Sonnenschein

Jack Sonnenschein, CAMS-Audit
Global Head Audit Advisory for Financial Crime Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank

Jack Sonnenschein recently joined Standard Chartered Bank as Global Head Audit Advisory for Financial Crime Compliance. Previously, Jack was Chief Auditor for Compliance at Citigroup with global responsibility for anti-moneylaundering, anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions and consumer and institutional compliance audits and at American Express where he developed and implemented enterprise-wide compliance risk management programs including legal, regulatory and control inventories, risk assessments, compliance monitoring and testing, third party compliance oversight and compliance training.

At Citigroup in a prior role, Jack drove the development of technology solutions for customer acquisition and identification programs, transaction and account monitoring and USA Patriot Act compliance. He has worked extensively in developing country, product and customer risk models to integrate and support customer due diligence and monitoring systems.

Jack also served as a Client Service Partner in Chase’s General Auditing Department responsible for delivering financial and technology audit services to Global Private Banking, Consumer Banking, Credit Card and Mortgage Banking clients.

Mr. Sonnenschein started his career at Touche Ross (now Deloitte & Touche) in Quebec and New York where he earned his chartered accountancy and certified public accountant designations.


Kevin B. Thomas

Kevin B. Thomas, CPA, CIA, CAMS
Risk and Business Control Advisor
USAA

Mr. Thomas is a Risk and Business Control Advisor for USAA ($147B) in San Antonio, Texas. Previously, he was a consultant for Treliant Risk Advisors performing various reviews of regulatory requirements. He was also the Senior Vice President, Director of Internal Audit for a Commercial Bank ($7B) located in metropolitan Washington DC. where he was responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing the internal audit function including the independent audit for BSA/ AML/ OFAC. Mr. Thomas has over twenty years of experience in banking, as well as experience in other industries (e.g., defense, manufacturing, power production, research and development, etc.) where he was also responsible for the entire Corporate Internal Audit Functions. Mr. Thomas was also a Manager with Deloitte in the Internal Audit Services Practice covering financial institutions (banks), manufacturers, Hi-Tech and other industries. Mr. Thomas began his career in the accounting department of a fortune 500 company and then moved to external auditing where he performed comprehensive financial audits of numerous types of public and private companies; including partnerships, joint ventures, municipalities, and boards of education. Mr. Thomas is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Maryland and Texas, and a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).


Peter D. Wild

Peter D. Wild, CAMS-Audit
Principal
Wild AML Solutions

Peter is an independent consultant in the Anti Money Laundering/Terrorist Financing {AML/TF} and Sanctions field. In consulting engagements he specializes in AML/TF and Sanctions business processes, Independent Testing and Operational and IT Auditing. He is also experienced in the development and presentation of AML Training.

He retired from J.P.Morgan in 2016 as a Senior Manager in the Internal Audit Department. He managed both Information Technology and Operational audits in many areas of the Firm. Starting in 2007, he specialized in managing audits covering all the Corporate AML/TF and Sanctions computer systems and operations.

Upon moving to America from England he became the IT Audit Director for Republic National Bank of New York. Later, he was a Senior IT Audit Manager at Coopers & Lybrand and then moved to the Melville Corporation as the IT Audit Director and subsequently became their Director of Information Systems Planning.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales {FCA} and a Past President of the New York Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association {ISACA}. He is a Recipient of the Joseph J. Wasserman Award for his outstanding contributions to Information Systems Audit and Security.

He is a founding member of the CAMS Audit Faculty {CAMS Audit}, the Co-Chair of the ACAMS New York Chapter and in 2015 he received the Al Gillum Volunteer of the Year Award from ACAMS. He is also a member of the Honourable Artillery Company of London.

Faculty

John J. Byrne

John J. Byrne, Esq., CAMS
Vice Chairman
AML RightSource

Byrne is a nationally known regulatory and legislative attorney with close to 30 years of experience in a vast array of financial services issues, with particular expertise in all aspects of regulatory oversight, policy and management, anti-money laundering (AML), privacy and consumer compliance. He has written over 100 articles on AML, represented the banking industry in this area before Congress, state legislatures and international bodies such as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), and appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, the Today Show, and many other media outlets.

John has received a number of awards, including the Director’s Medal for Exceptional Service from the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the ABA’s Distinguished Service Award for his career work in the compliance field.

John is a graduate of Marquette University in 1978 and the George Mason University School of Law in 1983.

John’s blog, “AML, Fraud and Other Things,” can be found at: www.bankingexchange.com


William (Aub) Chapman

William (Aub) Chapman, CAMS-Audit
Director
Aub Chapman Consulting Services

Aub Chapman (CAMS-Audit) was a career banker with over 42 years of professional experience prior to his retirement.

In his last role at Westpac Banking Corporation, he was responsible for managing a number of functions including Group Fraud Control, Physical Security, Business Continuity Services, Cash and ATM Services as well as managing the group’s compliance with AML/CTF legislation.

Since his retirement, Aub has been consulting in both the public and private sectors, not only in Australia, but also internationally. He specialises in controls against financial crime and management of cash services. His international experience includes assignments for the United Nations, the Asian Development Bank, The Eurasian Group on Money Laundering (on behalf of the FSVC), Bank Negara Malaysia, Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia and the Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority. He has been a guest speaker at a number of international AML/CTF conferences and international conferences associated with the cash services industry.

Aub is a founding member and Co-Chair of the Australasian Chapter, a member of the ACAMS Education Task Force. Aub is CAMS-Audit certified and is a certified CAMS Instructor and a member of the CAMS-Audit teaching faculty. He received the prestigious ACAMS AML Professional of the Year award in 2009.

Aub is also a member of the Australian Digital Commerce Association (ADCA) AML Committee.


Vasilios Chrisos

Vasilios Chrisos, CAMS
Principal, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
Ernst & Young LLP

Vasilios leads Ernst & Young’s Financial Crime practice by focusing on investigations, look-backs, and regulatory inquiries related to AML, sanctions, and anti-bribery and corruption (AB&C) matters. He assists both financial institutions and non-financial companies on all aspects of financial crime compliance. Vasilios also works with entities that are either undergoing or facing regulatory enforcement actions and advises them on the construction of action plans and communication strategies with regulators, including regular updates on the progress of remediation efforts.

Prior to re-joining Ernst & Young, Vasilios was the Americas Financial Crime Director for Macquarie, Australia’s largest investment bank. In that role, he was responsible for managing the company’s AML, sanctions, and AB&C programs across all business divisions and legal entities in North and South America.

Vasilios is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). He is currently on the Global Advisory Board of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). Vasilios is also the Co-Chairman of the ACAMS New York Chapter and also serves on several ACAMS task forces. Additionally, he is a member of the New York State Society of CPA’s Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing Committee and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) AML & Financial Crimes Committee. In 2012, Vasilios received the prestigious ACAMS Al Gillum Volunteer of the Year Award for his significant contributions to the AML, sanctions, and financial crime fields.


Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit

Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit
Head of Asia Pacific
ACAMS

Ms. Hue Dang is the Head of ACAMS Asia Pacific, having established the regional head office in Hong Kong in 2008. Ms. Dang has more than 20 years in banking and finance. Prior to ACAMS, she was a bank examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank, Boston, USA; manager at Barclay’s Capital Investment Banking Division in Singapore, Director for Business Development for Citibank’s Consumer Banking Group in Singapore.

Ms. Dang holds educational degrees from USA — a Bachelor’s degree with Honours from Amherst College and Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University, John F Kennedy School of Government.


Dave Dekkers

Dave Dekkers, CAMS, CAMS Audit
Managing Partner
Dekkers Services & Solutions

Dave is the managing partner of Dekkers Services & Solutions, and is a vetted professional in the field of fighting Financial Crime (AML, Sanctions, Compliance, Anti-Fraud, Cybercrime, Forensic, Accounting, Risk Management) and specialized analysis for intelligence gathering.

Dave previously served as expert for large financial institutions to develop AML, Fraud and Cybercrime program, including processes and training of new staff. His 10+ years of international experience across the world allows Dave to think out-of-the-box and be prepared for any given financial crime challenge.

Dave supports (tech) startups in being successful with their products to fight financial crime and the field of finance, serving positions as Head of Product Management, Business Consultant and Senior Project Manager/Program Manager at various large financial institutes and software companies worldwide.

Dave enjoys sharing his experience and insight in fighting financial crime, by being a speaker, provide training, writing articles and participating in communities.


Martin Dilly

Martin Dilly, CAMS-Audit
Director
Anti-Money Laundering Solutions Limited

Martin is a Director of MD/AML, a specialist AML firm providing consulting and auditing services in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands. He has consulted full-time as an AML specialist since June 2012. In that time, he has assisted a wide range of entities including registered banks (local and foreign), casinos, large insurance companies, money remitters, foreign exchange traders, fund managers, and trustee companies.

Prior to becoming an AML consultant, Martin commenced his career as a corporate lawyer at Russell McVeagh, one of New Zealand’s largest law firms. He went on to hold held senior legal and compliance roles at ABN AMRO Bank N.V. – New Zealand branch as Associate Director, Legal and Compliance, and with Heartland Building Society, then New Zealand’s largest non-bank deposit taker, as Head of Compliance and Company Secretary.

Martin received his certification as an Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) in May 2012, and was the first in Australasia to gain the CAMS Audit advanced certification in April 2014. Martin is also a member of the ACAMS teaching faculties for CAMS and CAMS-Audit.

He also holds degrees in Law and Commerce (Economics) from the University of Auckland. 


Laura Goldzung

Laura Goldzung, CAMS
President & Principal Examiner
AML Audit Services, LLC

Laura H. Goldzung is the founder of AML Audit Services and has a long-standing career in the financial services industry. Ms. Goldzung also consults on a variety of securities-related projects and is active as a non-public arbitrator for FINRA Dispute Resolution. An excellent relationship manager, she is a member of SIFMA’s Compliance & Legal and Internal Audit Societies.

Ms. Goldzung began her career in 1979 with a wire house firm, and worked her way up through the ranks to become a branch office manager for a retail broker-dealer. Always in supervisory mode, she served on committees for the NYSE and [then] NASD as a subject matter expert in compliance and supervision. She went on to become managing director for a trade organization and managed their education, conference, continuing and professional education programs and advised to several industry-leading committees.

Borne out of her vast knowledge of the financial services industry space, Ms. Goldzung established a consultancy to leverage her skills and expertise, and this eventually led to establishing the AML practice. She specializes in AML audits and services to small to mid-size broker-dealers and frequently partners on AML projects with other consultants in the field.


Marc Maramag

Marc. Maramag, CAMS
Director – QC and Testing, AML Compliance
First Republic Bank

Marc is Director of Quality Control and Testing with AML Compliance at First Republic Bank in San Francisco. He develops and conducts the self-monitoring of the Bank’s AML Program within the second line of defense. Prior to First Republic Bank, was a VP – Senior Audit Manager of the AML Compliance Team at Citizens Financial Group, where he oversaw the independent testing of the AML Program. He has also work as VP of the Regulatory Compliance Audit team at CIT and previously at TD Bank NA, America’s Most Convenient Bank as US Lead/Group Manager within Operational Risk Management, and Senior Audit Manager of the AML Audit Team. At TD Marc developed the audit strategy of the AML program, effectively utilizing data analytics to identify high-risk areas across the Bank’s businesses and products. He also leveraged the use of data in significantly increasing the use of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs) to systematically test complete populations of accounts and transactions across all aspects of the AML Program including CIP, Special Measures, and OFAC. Marc was also Vice President in the Legal, Risk and Capital Audit Team at Deutsche Bank NY. He was responsible for executing periodic reviews of the AML Program of DB Canada, and covered the US AML Operations as part of an integrated Global AML Operations review. In addition to AML, Marc was also responsible for the reviews of the Legal Department, specifically developing audit programs of the department’s oversight and governance structure and contract management process. He also developed audit programs to independently test compliance with Electronic Communications Regulations FINRA 07-59 and responsibilities with respect to the TARP Auction Program. Marc also worked in the Global Banking Audit Team at Merrill Lynch where, in addition to AML, he oversaw compliance reviews that covered other regulations including Regulation W – 23A/23B and the Community Reinvestment Act. While at Merrill, he also developed the baseline audit programs of the Government Relations Office, and of the Global Private Client Marketing Department. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Marc worked at the NASD and American Express, covering AML and various Federal Reserve Bank Regulations.

Marc graduated with his MBA from Global Executive MBA Program of IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the City University of New York. Throughout his career, he has earned several designations and registrations, including the CAMS, CPA, CIA, CISA, CFSA, Series 7 and Series 63.


Paul R. Osborne

Paul R. Osborne
Partner
Crowe Horwath LLP

Paul is a Partner with Crowe Horwath LLP responsible for directing the development and support of Crowe’s national regulatory advisory services, focusing on various consumer compliance requirements. This includes Compliance regulations and their respective requirements, Fair Lending evaluations, BSA/AML and terrorist financing risk assessments, Compliance and BSA/AML independent audits, trust department operational and administrative reviews, and Compliance, BSA/AML and trust training. The Regulatory Compliance practice of Crowe has assisted many clients with developing functional and effective Compliance and BSA/AML management programs, and consulted with banks under regulatory orders in addressing memorandums of understanding or cease and desist requirements. Crowe currently provides compliance, BSA/AML and trust services to over 400 financial institution clients nationwide.

Paul has over twenty-five years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining Crowe in 1994, Paul was with a $30B multi-state bank holding company as a regional compliance director where his responsibilities included the management of compliance, fair lending, BSA/AML, community reinvestment, real estate appraisal, and environmental liability for the holding company’s affiliates in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.

Paul has also been involved in many Compliance and BSA/AML risk assessment projects, transaction lookback investigations and BSA audits for three of the nation’s largest financial institutions and the world’s third largest money service business. Paul was also a member of the Crowe team assisting Riggs Bank with addressing Department of Justice enforcement initiatives and developing a modified BSA program to help complete the sale to PNC. Some of Paul’s former and current clients include: Bank of America, Bank of the West, Capital 1, Key Bank, BB&T, Comerica, MoneyGram, PayPal, National City, and First National of Nebraska, Inc.


Michael Schidlow

Michael Schidlow, Esq., CAMS-Audit
Head of Financial Crime Compliance and Emerging Risk Audit Development
HSBC

Michael Schidlow currently serves as the Head of Financial Crime Risk Training for HSBC Bank’s Global Internal Audit Function. In this role, Schidlow designs and delivers bespoke training courses on anti-money laundering (AML), terrorist financing, anti-bribery/corruption (ABC), and anti-financial crime best practices across the company’s global footprint. Schidlow also leads the function’s Emerging Risk Advisory for North America, Latin America, and for the Global Financial Crime Risk teams. He consults on audit planning and audit scoping based on regulatory issues, enforcement actions, and external environment monitoring.

Schidlow previously served as an investigator for Bank of America’s Global Financial Crimes Compliance division, specializing in high-profile client compromises, complex fraud, and insider abuse allegations. Schidlow started his career working as an attorney concentrating on regulatory compliance and white collar litigation matters. Schidlow holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), ACAMS Advanced Certification in AML Audit (CAMS-Audit), and is a licensed attorney.


Kenneth Simmons

Ken Simmons CRCM, CAMS-Audit, FCI
CEO
Compliance & AML Solutions

Ken is the CEO, Compliance & AML Solutions providing proven results elevating BSA and Compliance programs across the nation. Most institutions that utilize Mr. Simmons expertise develop proactive programs that remain ahead of supervisory expectations. He is skilled at devising solutions to work smarter and efficient. He also has a proven record of resolving Regulatory challenges within 120 days.

Ken Simmons has served the Financial Industry for more than 35 years:

  • Chief Compliance Officer for several large and mid-size institutions;
  • General Auditor for multi-billion institutions,
  • Industry Expert & Functional EIC for the Office of Comptroller Currency (OCC)
  • Compliance Expert for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

As a Functional EIC, Ken served several Mid-Size institutions across the US. He served as a faculty member for the OCC’s Advanced Examination Schools for BSA, Compliance & Fair Lending.

Ken holds four professional certifications

  • Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM)
  • Advanced Audit Certification – ACAMS (CAMS-Audit)
  • Advanced Financial Crimes Certification – ACAMS (CAMS-FCI)
  • Post-certified (ACT Specialist)

Ken serves ACAMS as a faculty & Review Board Member for Advanced Certification Program (CAMS-Audit and CAMS-FCI) for the past 6 years. He contributed to the publications of ACAMS Examination Study Guide. He has taught thousands of professionals at CAMS Prep schools; and mentored more than 100 professionals to earning their advanced certifications. He is also a faculty member for ACAMS CGSS (Sanctions) certification program as well.


Elizabeth A. Slim

Elizabeth A. Slim, CAMS
Senior Vice President and BSA Officer
1st Enterprise Bank

Elizabeth Slim is the Senior Vice President and BSA Officer for 1st Enterprise Bank headquartered in downtown Los Angeles and is responsible for managing the BSA program of the Bank. Elizabeth has been in the banking industry for over 30 years specializing in areas of compliance, operations, fraud, security, training and risk management with financial institutions such as Bank of America, First Interstate Bank of California, Home Savings of America, Sanwa Bank, Community Bank, Grandpoint Bank and City National Bank. She is the Founder and Co-Chair of the ACAMS Southern California Chapter established October 2009. Elizabeth is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) since 2004 and a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) since 2003. She has been a guest speaker for ACAMS conferences and the West Coast Anti-Money Laundering Forum. Elizabeth also serves on the ACAMS faculty for the ACAMS Advanced Certification Program. She attended California State University, Los Angeles.


Jack Sonnenschein

Jack Sonnenschein, CAMS-Audit
Global Head Audit Advisory for Financial Crime Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank

Jack Sonnenschein recently joined Standard Chartered Bank as Global Head Audit Advisory for Financial Crime Compliance. Previously, Jack was Chief Auditor for Compliance at Citigroup with global responsibility for anti-moneylaundering, anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions and consumer and institutional compliance audits and at American Express where he developed and implemented enterprise-wide compliance risk management programs including legal, regulatory and control inventories, risk assessments, compliance monitoring and testing, third party compliance oversight and compliance training.

At Citigroup in a prior role, Jack drove the development of technology solutions for customer acquisition and identification programs, transaction and account monitoring and USA Patriot Act compliance. He has worked extensively in developing country, product and customer risk models to integrate and support customer due diligence and monitoring systems.

Jack also served as a Client Service Partner in Chase’s General Auditing Department responsible for delivering financial and technology audit services to Global Private Banking, Consumer Banking, Credit Card and Mortgage Banking clients.

Mr. Sonnenschein started his career at Touche Ross (now Deloitte & Touche) in Quebec and New York where he earned his chartered accountancy and certified public accountant designations.


Brian Stoeckert

Brian Stoeckert, JD, CAMS, CFE
Partner
Stratis Advisory

Brian is a Managing Partner of Stratis Advisory with more than 15 years of experience in strategy, risk, legal, and compliance serving startups through Fortune 500 companies. He manages an international portfolio of FinTech start-ups, money service businesses, financial institutions, government agencies, universities, and entertainment. Brian has served as an expert in civil and regulatory matters related to anti-money laundering (AML) and digital currency compliance, and international bond swaps. Moreover, he has testified before domestic and foreign governments.

Brian previously co-founded CoinComply, the first risk and compliance solutions provider devoted exclusively to the FinTech and digital currency ecosystem. Prior to CoinComply, he led Booz Allen Hamilton’s west coast strategy and risk practice on advising board of directors, audit and compliance committees, and executive management of global financial institutions under consent orders for AML deficiencies, money service businesses, and international intelligence firms. Moreover, he has served as a guest lecturer at New York University’s Law School and Stern School of Business on AML laws, regulations, and digital currency compliance. Brian is a frequent presenter at international risk and compliance conferences.

Brian is a recipient of Stony Brook University’s 2014 Top 40 Under Forty Award. He serves as a Non-Executive Director for a post-IPO global FinTech firm and is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, the Chairman of the ACAMS Chapter Steering Committee, and an Executive Board member of the award winning ACAMS Northern California Chapter. He received his J.D. from New York Law School and his B.A. in Political Science from Stony Brook University.

He can be reached at bstoeckert@stratisadvisory.com, @StratisAdvisory, or 917.554.9903.


Chuck Taylor

Chuck Taylor, CAMS
Senior Vice President, BSA Officer
City National Bank

Mr. Taylor is Senior Vice President, BSA Officer for City National Bank, headquartered in downtown Los Angeles. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the BSA/AML function for City National. He has been in the banking industry since 1992 and the BSA/AML field exclusively since 2003. His resume includes positions with; California National Bank, Bank of America, Pacific Capital Bancorp and the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office. Chuck completed his Juris Doctorate in 2001, received certification as an Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) in 2003 with the inaugural class and became a Certified BSA Officer in 2007.


Peter D. Wild

Peter D. Wild, CAMS-Audit
Principal
Wild AML Solutions

Peter is an independent consultant in the Anti Money Laundering/Terrorist Financing {AML/TF} and Sanctions field. In consulting engagements he specializes in AML/TF and Sanctions business processes, Independent Testing and Operational and IT Auditing. He is also experienced in the development and presentation of AML Training.

He retired from J.P.Morgan in 2016 as a Senior Manager in the Internal Audit Department. He managed both Information Technology and Operational audits in many areas of the Firm. Starting in 2007, he specialized in managing audits covering all the Corporate AML/TF and Sanctions computer systems and operations.

Upon moving to America from England he became the IT Audit Director for Republic National Bank of New York. Later, he was a Senior IT Audit Manager at Coopers & Lybrand and then moved to the Melville Corporation as the IT Audit Director and subsequently became their Director of Information Systems Planning.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales {FCA} and a Past President of the New York Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association {ISACA}. He is a Recipient of the Joseph J. Wasserman Award for his outstanding contributions to Information Systems Audit and Security.

He is a founding member of the CAMS Audit Faculty {CAMS Audit}, the Co-Chair of the ACAMS New York Chapter and in 2015 he received the Al Gillum Volunteer of the Year Award from ACAMS. He is also a member of the Honourable Artillery Company of London.

Graduates

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First Name Last Name City/State Country/Region
Zhr Ahmmed Abu Dhaim Jordan
Farokh Adarian India
Sohail Akbar Fujairah United Arab Emirates
Sohail Akbar Fujairah United Arab Emirates
Nayef Al Hussein AMMAN Jordan
Riitta Alakiuttu Finland
Delric Beneby Bahamas
Janis Brazovskis Latvia
Brienne Bryson Texas United States
Eizel Larissa Cabrera Iglesias Dominican Republic
Eizel Larissa Cabrera Iglesias Dominican Republic
Dirk Carstens New Zealand
Cynthia Cheong Singapore
Zubin Chichgar Singapore Singapore
Brittney Dean North Carolina United States
Brittney Dean North Carolina United States
Gregory Dellas LEFKOSIA Cyprus
Gregory Dellas LEFKOSIA Cyprus
Eugenio DiMira ON Canada
Mariel Diaz New York United States
Riitta Erkko Finland
Ammar Abdalrahman Fahmawi Jordan
Faith Farella Minnesota United States
Marcia Francis Ontario Canada
Robin Garrison Virginia United States
Andrea Gregory United Kingdom
Anielka Gutierrez Florida United States
Ju Yop Ham South Korea
Hsiao-Chun Han Taiwan
Jennifer Hanley-Giersch Berlin Germany
Hasan Jamel Hasan Ghozlan Jordan
Janis Kaulins Latvia
Marcus Keisers Hessen Germany
Yu Komuro Japan
Sandeep Kothari Singapore
Aaron Lau Malaysia
Weng Kan Leong Hong Kong
Lynn Li China
Yi Chang Liu Taiwan
Linda Ly Texas United States
Eduardo López Baelo Madrid Spain
Alexander Marar Ontario Canada
Alexander Marar Ontario Canada
Rebecca Marlar California United States
Genesis Martis Curaçao
Aleksandra Mejertale Latvia
Robert Mesarick Pennsylvania United States
Kaspars Muiznieks Latvia
Holger Pauco-Dirscherl Hessen Germany
Samar Pratt United Kingdom
Beate Prochaska Germany
Ramesh Ramanan KARNATAKA India
Niranjanie Ramprashad Demerara Guyana
Mónica Riaño Rubio Spain
Monica Salinas New York United States
John Sepulveda New York United States
Katharina Stoll Germany
Makoto Tagaya Japan
Ahmad Taher Alessa Jordan
Cynthia Tambago-Alday Philippines
Roy Teoh Singapore
Jose Thottungal California Malaysia
Sanae Tokita Japan
Melissa Triplett California United States
Kiyonobu Ueda Japan
Thirugnanasambandan Vijayakumar Singapore
Charles Virgill III Bahamas
Andrew Walker Qatar
Yan Wang China
Christina Wang New Zealand
Xin Wang China
Danielle Warman United Kingdom
Christopher Witbracht California United States
Wing Sze Wong Hong Kong
Vivienne Wu Taiwan
Dan Wu South Africa
Toru Yamazaki Tokyo Japan
Samuel Yeboah New York United States
Adabella Wai Fong Yu Australia
First Name Last Name City/State Country/Region

*ACAMS is looking to reschedule for September 2020. New dates will be announced soon.

Charlotte, NC
POSTPONED*

Hong Kong
Date: 22-24 October 2020 (Thu-Sat)
Venue: TBA