Bolstering Compliance Programs to Combat Proliferation Financing

  • When: November 15, 2017
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Levels: Intermediate – Advanced

Financial institutions throughout the world play an important role in combating weapons proliferation financing even as compliance professionals face challenges of finding new, effective ways of monitoring for proliferation finance. During this webinar, our experts will provide practical, effective and new tools to detect financing of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, deny proliferators access to the formal financial system and disrupt related illicit activities.

Learning Objectives

  • Utilizing data sources and systems to detect individuals or entities listed under unilateral sanctions regimes for involvement in proliferation
  • Screening and monitoring financial transactions to detect common patters or characteristics that match financing of proliferation typologies
  • Learning the latest technology-based money laundering methods used for financing of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction

Who Should Attend

  • Financial Professionals of all levels
  • Compliance Officers
  • Law Enforcement
  • AML/CTF Specialists
  • Risk Managers
  • FIU/FCC Personnel


  • Global
  • Banks
  • MSBs
  • National or Federal Government


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  • Peter D. Wild, CAMS-Audit

  • Founder, AML Consulting, Audit & Training
  • Wild AML Solutions LLC


Peter is a consultant specializing in AML/TF and Sanctions business processes, AML Operational and IT Auditing and Training.

He retired from JP Morgan in 2016 as a Senior Audit Manager, managing IT and Operational audits in many areas including AML/TF and Sanctions.

Upon arriving in America from England, he became the IT Audit Director for Republic National Bank of New York then Senior IT Audit Manager at Coopers & Lybrand and later the IT Audit Director and Deputy CIO at Melville Corporation.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, a Past President of the New York ISACA Chapter and a Recipient of the Joseph J. Wasserman Award for his outstanding contributions to IT Audit and Security.

He is a founding member of the CAMS Audit Faculty, the Co-Chair of the ACAMS New York Chapter and he received the 2015 Al Gillum Volunteer of the Year Award.


Jonathan Brewer
  • Dr. Jonathan Brewer, CAMS

  • Consultant and Visiting Professor
  • King’s College, London

Jende Huang
  • Jende Huang

  • Financial Crimes Consultant
  • Global Financial Intelligence Group | Wells Fargo & Co.