Exploring Recent Enforcement Actions and Legal Cases for Practical AML Compliance Lessons

  • When: March 15, 2017
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: All

The OCC’s case against Wells Fargo executives for $185 million, the theft of more than $1 billion from 1MDB and $180 million AML fine against a Taiwanese bank are just a few examples of some of the biggest enforcement actions of 2016. These and other regulatory actions offer a blueprint for making sure your AML program meets evolving regulatory standards. During this webinar, expert panelists will review recent legal cases and enforcement actions, identify regulatory priorities and concerns, and address practical strategies.

Learning Objectives

  • Examining recent AML enforcement actions to identify emerging regulatory priorities and trends
  • Improving your current AML program with practical strategies to prevent violations and penalties
  • Incorporating common themes from recent cases into your institution’s compliance training

Who Should Attend

  • AML/CTF Officers
  • Risk Managers
  • Law Enforcement
  • Compliance Officers


  • Banking
  • MSB
  • Securities
  • Gaming
  • Government (Regulatory and Law Enforcement)
  • Global


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William Voorhees
  • William J. Voorhees

  • Senior Vice President | BSA/AML Financial Intelligence Unit Manager
  • BB&T


  • Angel Nguyen

  • Vice President, Enterprise AML Operations and Financial Intelligence Unit
  • American Express

Michael Schidlow
  • Michael S. Schidlow, CAMS-Audit

  • Financial Crimes Compliance Expert

Michael Schidlow currently serves as the Head of Financial Crime Risk Training for HSBC Bank’s Global Internal Audit Function. In this role, Schidlow designs and delivers bespoke training courses on anti-money laundering (AML), terrorist financing, anti-bribery/corruption (ABC), and anti-financial crime best practices across the company’s global footprint. Schidlow also leads the function’s Emerging Risk Advisory for North America, Latin America, and for the Global Financial Crime Risk teams. He consults on audit planning and audit scoping based on regulatory issues, enforcement actions, and external environment monitoring.

Schidlow previously served as an investigator for Bank of America’s Global Financial Crimes Compliance division, specializing in high-profile client compromises, complex fraud, and insider abuse allegations. Schidlow started his career working as an attorney concentrating on regulatory compliance and white collar litigation matters. Schidlow holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), ACAMS Advanced Certification in AML Audit (CAMS-Audit), and is a licensed attorney.