Anne-Marie Kemna is the Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit Curaçao (FIU Curaçao).
She holds a master's degree in Law from the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands and an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She is also professionally trained as an attorney and was as such admitted to the Bar in the Netherlands. Furthermore, she enjoyed training in the field of IT-auditing and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
She worked previously in the field of information technology, digital evidence, privacy, cybersecurity and fraud, at KPMG and with two large law firms in the Netherlands. In 2006 she emigrated to Curacao and worked as general counsel and corporate secretary at the largest telecommunications firm of Curacao, and as such was responsible for the legal and regulatory department as well as for compliance. In May 2015 she assumed responsibility as director of FIU Curacao. She is a regular speaker at seminars and conferences and has published several articles and books.
Currently, she serves as Regional Representative of the Americas in the Egmont Group of FIUs, the largest regional group in Egmont, comprised of the FIUs of North and South America, Canada, and the Caribbean. Also, she is a member of the Egmont Committee and vice-chair of the Policies and Procedures Working Group of Egmont.
FIU Curacao is an administrative FIU. IT is a long-standing member of the Egmont Group of FIU's and contains an analysis/ intelligence department as well as a supervisory department. The latter acts as the regulator/supervisor on AML/TF law for Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBP's) in Curaçao. The FIU was founded in 1997 in the former country of the Netherlands Antilles and is since the 2010 statutory restructuring of countries in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the FIU of the country of Curaçao, the Caribbean.