Kenneth is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) with 10 years of BSA/AML, Sanctions and Anti-Bribery/Corruption experience. He currently serves as a Vice President with JPMorgan Chase and Company.
Kenneth joined JPMorgan Chase and Company in December of 2012, where he joined the Global Financial Crimes and Anti-Corruption Compliance (GFCAC) Testing function. Since joining GFCAC Testing, Kenneth has assisted or led reviews of various BSA/AML risks and controls regarding SARs, CTRs, Sanctions, and Bribery/Anti-Corruption. Prior to joining JPMC, Kenneth was the Anti-Money Laundering Manager for Woodforest National Bank, where he oversaw a team of AML investigators which completed all AML reviews prior to SAR completion. He also oversaw the Bank’s completion of CTRs, Sanctions Screening, 314a and law enforcement follow-up requests.
Kenneth holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. While completing this degree he also minored in history and psychology.