The Fifth Pillar? Analyzing the Proposed Rule on Beneficial Ownership

  • When: Previously recorded on: February 25, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: Intermediate to advanced

The four pillars of AML are well-known: designating a compliance officer, developing internal policies, facilitating ongoing training and conducting independent testing. The proposed new rule on beneficial ownership would effectively add a fifth pillar to your responsibilities. But at 88 pages long, it’s not an easy document to digest. Learn what the rule says, who it will apply to, and get expert insight on the smartest way to implement it at your institution.

Learning Objectives

  • Updating the status of the proposed rule
  • Outlining the timeframe enactment
  • Analyzing how implementation will affect your institution

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Officers
  • Industry Counsel/Consultants
  • On-boarding and Relationship Managers
  • Bank Executives and Directors


  • Banking
  • Auditing
  • Legal


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Brian Arrington
  • Brian Arrington, CAMS

  • Examiner
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Chip Poncy
  • Chip Poncy

  • Co-Founder
  • Financial Integrity Network
  • Former director Office of Strategic Policy for Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes, US Treasury

Richard Small
  • Richard Small, CAMS

  • Senior Vice President, Enterprise-wide AML, Anti-corruption and International Regulatory Compliance
  • American Express

Dan Soto
  • Dan Soto, CAMS

  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Ally Financial