Maud Bökkerink has 25 years’ experience in that area of AML/CFT. From 2008-2017 she worked at the Dutch Central bank where she was the coordinator for AML/CFT and Sanctions supervision of banks and payment institutions. From 2002-2008 she worked for the IMF as an AML/CFT financial sector expert. Earlier, she held positions at the Ministry of Finance, the FIU-NL, and the National Criminal Investigation Service. Maud was also a member of the Dutch delegation to the FATF. Maud participated in several country assessments against the FATF Recommendations, and has delivered AML/CFT technical assistance to authorities in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
Currently, Maud is an AML/CFT consultant and advises financial and non-financial institutions as well as supervisory authorities, both in the Netherlands and internationally. She also lectures regularly on AML/CFT and Sanctions at international workshops and conferences.
Her earlier experience has been in the international financial sector. Maud Bökkerink received a master’s degree in fiscal law and a master’s degree in Japanese languages and culture from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands.