Jenna is a Regulatory Compliance Investigator in the BSA Department of Fulton Bank. In this role, she performs in-depth analysis of facts and related information pertaining to escalated alerts from internal monitoring systems. She performs research using proprietary commercial databases to assess records relating to criminal arrests, indictments, convictions, civil litigation, regulatory actions, bankruptcies, business ownership (profit/loss statements), property ownership, negative news information, and related information. She files SAR’s were appropriate and performs follow up investigations on SAR’s as well.
Prior to working at Fulton Bank, Jenna worked for HSBC as an AML Investigator performing case investigations for correspondent banking customers, 90-day SAR reviews and quality assurance reviews of off-shore investigator’s work. Jenna has worked in the AML industry for over 8 years. Outside her financial industry career, Jenna is an adjunct professor for Wilmington University where she teaches an AML course for the compliance certification program. Additionally, Jenna assisted with the creation of the Compliance Certificate Program, developed the syllabus, and coordinated the curriculum to align with academic objections.
Jenna currently holds a M.S. in Homeland Security with a minor in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University, a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Wilmington University, and a Paralegal Certification from Widener Law School and received her CAMS designation in 2019.