Delston, CAMS, CTCE
Ross S. Delston is a Washington, DC-based independent attorney, CAMS, CipherTrace Certified Examiner (CTCE) and former U.S. banking regulator (FDIC) who has specialized in BSA/AML issues for 20 years.
Ross has also been a consultant to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 1997 and has participated in the AML/CFT assessments of nine offshore financial centers, including Jersey, Bermuda, and St. Vincent. In addition, he has been an expert witness on AML issues in 14 cases including on behalf of the U.S. Attorney’s Office (SDNY). He is the author of a May 2013 Moneylaundering.com News op-ed entitled, “Insights: Did FinCEN Just Burst Bitcoin’s Bubble?” https://www.martindale.com/legal-news/article_law-office-of-ross-delston_2522231.htm.
Ross has been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New Yorker, USA Today, the Nikkei (Japan) and the Hindu Business Line (India). He has spoken about cryptocurrency issues at the FDIC, IMF, MENAFATF, Government Blockchain Association, and UNC’s Kenan Business School and has presented on AML/CFT topics at conferences and seminars throughout the world.