Law Enforcement Perspective: Guidance on New Money Laundering Trends, Methods and Techniques

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

Compliance professionals share a unique bond with law enforcement—both professions serve on the front line in the fight against money laundering and other related financial crimes. Once compliance professionals provide law enforcement with the financial intelligence they have gathered while working to identify suspicious activity and safeguard their institutions, it is now up to law enforcement to use this information to make prosecutable cases. Join this insightful webinar as members of law enforcement with investigative experience provide guidance related to new money laundering trends, methods and techniques. Our experts will also provide information for teaming with law enforcement to investigate financial transaction red flags and leverage investigative resources.

Learning Objectives

  • Reviewing recent law enforcement cases to illustrate new money laundering trends, methods and techniques used by financial criminals
  • Examining investigational examples and methods to tune a compliance program’s AML transaction monitoring tools and recognize customer activity that previously may have not appeared to be suspicious
  • Creating and maintaining an outreach program with law enforcement to investigate red flags like possible organized fraud schemes

Who Should Attend

  • Law Enforcement
  • FIU/FCC Staff
  • Compliance Staff
  • Legal/Regulatory Advisors


  • Banking/All Financial Institutions
  • Global


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  • Kevin Sullivan, CAMS

  • President
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James A Cox III
  • James A Cox III, CAMS

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Stacey Ivie
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  • Task Force Officer
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