Kevin Toth leads the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) at Capital One, where he is responsible for overseeing time-sensitive investigations on high-risk typologies, emerging trends, and matters of national security. Kevin is known as a complex investigations subject matter expert and has significant experience in conducting investigations and guiding teams in proactively identifying and targeting the highest-risk AML typologies.
Kevin earned the Advanced ACAMS-Financial Crimes Investigations (CAMS-FCI) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certifications. He has also been published twice by ACAMS. The first publication was his white paper titled “The Convergence of Cyber, Fraud, and AML” and Kevin’s publication titled “Shake, Bake, and Launder'' was featured as the cover article of ACAMS Today in December 2020.
Kevin is on the Executive Board of the ACAMS Greater Philadelphia Chapter as the Communications Director and regularly plans and participates in Chapter Events as a moderator and panelist. Kevin is also a Steering Committee member of the U.S. Financial Coalition Against Child Sexual Exploitation (U.S. FCACSE). Within this group, Kevin co-founded and is the National Co-Chair of the Rapid Response Program, which established an industry leading initiative that has led to the rescue of numerous critically endangered missing children.
Kevin has spoken at several conferences and events, including the 2020 and 2021 ACAMS Vegas Conferences, numerous ACAMS Chapter events, and other diverse audiences such as in university settings and presentations to the Board of Directors of a national non-profit organization. He has a Master’s in Criminal Justice with a Homeland Security Specialization and a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance.