Overview

Join us for SIFMA’s two-day, virtual Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference.

Learn about regulatory and examination priorities for 2021 and lessons learned from enforcement; participate in interactive financial crime case studies; and hear industry perspectives on the latest developments in the AML and financial crime space, including regulatory reform efforts, fraud trends and operational challenges related to COVID-19, human trafficking typologies, and sanctions developments.

This year’s conference will feature a Virtual Exhibit Hall where attendees will learn about the latest specialized products and services in AML and financial crimes, as well as discover live thought leadership sessions presented via AML Learning Labs- 10-minute presentations hosted by representatives from our sponsoring firms and packed with need-to-know information.

Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference

Date

February 22 - February 23, 2021

Location

Virtual

Overview

Join us for SIFMA’s two-day, virtual Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference.

Learn about regulatory and examination priorities for 2021 and lessons learned from enforcement; participate in interactive financial crime case studies; and hear industry perspectives on the latest developments in the AML and financial crime space, including regulatory reform efforts, fraud trends and operational challenges related to COVID-19, human trafficking typologies, and sanctions developments.

This year’s conference will feature a Virtual Exhibit Hall where attendees will learn about the latest specialized products and services in AML and financial crimes, as well as discover live thought leadership sessions presented via AML Learning Labs- 10-minute presentations hosted by representatives from our sponsoring firms and packed with need-to-know information.

Program

11:45am – 12:45pm

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

12:45pm – 12:55pm

Participants

Ira D. Hammerman

Speaker

Ira D. Hammerman

Executive Vice President & General Counsel

SIFMA

Ira D. Hammerman’s Biography

12:55pm – 1:30pm

Hear insights from the head of FINRA’s National Cause and Financial Crimes Detection Program—including how the program has evolved, what its priorities are, and expectations for the year ahead.

Hear insights from the head of FINRA’s National Cause and Financial Crimes Detection Program—including how the program has evolved, what its priorities are, and expectations for the year ahead.

Participants

Sarah D. Green, Greg Ruppert

Moderator

Sarah D. Green

Global Head of Financial Crimes Officer

Vanguard Group, Inc.

Sarah D. Green’s Biography

Speaker

Greg Ruppert

Executive Vice President, National Cause and Financial Crimes Detection Programs

FINRA

Greg Ruppert’s Biography

1:40pm – 2:30pm

Industry leaders will break down one of the most extraordinary years in AML compliance since the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act – without even mentioning the fallout from the…

Industry leaders will break down one of the most extraordinary years in AML compliance since the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act – without even mentioning the fallout from the global pandemic. Expect to gain expert insight into such topics as the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020; FinCEN’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on AML Program Effectiveness; the FinCEN Files leak; and the emergence of a new AML enforcement authority (CFTC) and affirmation of the powers of another (SEC).

Participants

Justin Mendelsohn, Logan Anderson, Timothy Casey, Nicole de Bello, Sarah Runge

Moderator

Justin Mendelsohn

Deputy Head of AML and Sanctions

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

Justin Mendelsohn’s Biography

Panelists

Logan Anderson

Managing Director, Financial Crimes Risk Management

Charles Schwab

Logan Anderson’s Biography

Timothy Casey

Financial Crimes Compliance

Goldman Sachs

Timothy Casey’s Biography

Nicole de Bello

Anti-Money Laundering Counsel, Executive Director

Morgan Stanley

Nicole de Bello’s Biography

Sarah Runge

Global Head of Financial Crimes Compliance Regulatory Strategy

Credit Suisse

Sarah Runge’s Biography

2:40pm – 3:30pm

Through a series of practical scenarios and case studies, this panel will facilitate active discussion of current fraud and AML trends and typologies. We’ll explore hot topics – like marijuana-related…

Through a series of practical scenarios and case studies, this panel will facilitate active discussion of current fraud and AML trends and typologies. We’ll explore hot topics – like marijuana-related transactions, penny stock trading cases, and fraudulent account takeovers – and ask that you identify red flags, suggest risk mitigants, and make the call as to whether to file a SAR.

Participants

James Fiebelkorn, Brooke Hickman, Thor Nelson, Betty Santangelo

Moderator

James Fiebelkorn

Vice President – BSA/AML Program and Financial Intelligence Unit

Charles Schwab

James Fiebelkorn’s Biography

Panelists

Brooke Hickman

Director, Vulnerable Adults and Seniors Team (VAST)

FINRA

Brooke Hickman’s Biography

Thor Nelson

Director of AML and Anti-Fraud

Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

Thor Nelson’s Biography

The capital markets have weathered a “perfect storm” of regulatory events in recent years, including the CDD rule, OFAC’s expanded use of restrictions on the capital-raising activities of sanctions targets, and enforcement cases…

The capital markets have weathered a “perfect storm” of regulatory events in recent years, including the CDD rule, OFAC’s expanded use of restrictions on the capital-raising activities of sanctions targets, and enforcement cases highlighting the potential AML and corruption risks associated with capital raising. What AML/financial crime compliance program elements will help your firm whether the storm?  This panel will review regulatory requirements and expectations for financial crime programs and the application of rules and typologies in capital markets businesses.

Participants

Margaret S. Edmunds, Eric Kaplan, Shakeema Kimble, Rockwell Reid, Andrea Walser

Moderator

Margaret S. Edmunds

Director of AML and Corporate Compliance, AML Compliance Officer

Baird

Margaret S. Edmunds’s Biography

Panelists

Eric Kaplan

Managing Director and Head of Financial Crimes Compliance

Mizuho Americas

Eric Kaplan’s Biography

Shakeema Kimble

Head of Customer and Enhanced Due Diligence

RBC Capital Markets, LLC

Shakeema Kimble’s Biography

Rockwell Reid

Senior Vice President, AML Compliance Risk Management – Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory

Citi

Rockwell Reid’s Biography

Andrea Walser

Managing Director, Global Financial Crimes Compliance (GFCC)

Bank of America

Andrea Walser’s Biography

Great Scott! Recent regulatory developments may have us travelling back in time to the risk-based AML program! What does that really mean in 2021 and beyond? This panel will explore the potential…

Great Scott! Recent regulatory developments may have us travelling back in time to the risk-based AML program! What does that really mean in 2021 and beyond? This panel will explore the potential challenges associated with recalibrating internal audit and testing programs to conduct reviews that focus not just on technical compliance with rules, and will consider what a risk-based audit/testing program might look like in the future.

Participants

Catherine (Cathy) A. LaFalce, Hilary De Lorenzo, Chris Dillon, Xiling Qian, Kate Valleau

Moderator

Catherine (Cathy) A. LaFalce

Managing Director and Global Head of AML Compliance Risk Management, Markets and Banking

Citi

Catherine (Cathy) A. LaFalce’s Biography

Panelists

Hilary De Lorenzo

Senior Vice President, Corporate Risk

Wells Fargo

Hilary De Lorenzo’s Biography

Chris Dillon

Managing Director

EY

Chris Dillon’s Biography

Xiling Qian

Director

Barclays

Xiling Qian’s Biography

Kate Valleau

Vice President, Internal Audit

Raymond James

Kate Valleau’s Biography

3:40pm – 4:10pm

Gain insight into illicit financing schemes and law enforcement use of BSA reporting from financial institutions through a case study presented by FBI Supervisory Special Agent Matt Thoresen.  This case…

Gain insight into illicit financing schemes and law enforcement use of BSA reporting from financial institutions through a case study presented by FBI Supervisory Special Agent Matt Thoresen.  This case study will feature an undercover investigation of a money laundering and securities fraud case that included the involvement of complicit attorneys.

Participants

Matthew A. Thoresen

Speaker

Matthew A. Thoresen

Supervisory Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Matthew A. Thoresen’s Biography

4:10pm – 5:10pm

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

12:00pm – 12:50pm

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

12:50pm – 12:55pm

Participants

Ira D. Hammerman

Speaker

Ira D. Hammerman

Executive Vice President & General Counsel

SIFMA

Ira D. Hammerman’s Biography

12:55pm – 1:30pm

Hear from Director Kenneth A. Blanco on FinCEN’s priorities for 2021, including implementation of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 and potential regulatory amendments to modernize the BSA/AML regulatory regime…

Hear from Director Kenneth A. Blanco on FinCEN’s priorities for 2021, including implementation of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 and potential regulatory amendments to modernize the BSA/AML regulatory regime and to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of AML programs. The discussion will also cover COVID-related frauds, SAR trends, virtual currencies, information sharing and innovation in BSA/AML compliance.

Participants

Andrea Sharrin, Kenneth A. Blanco

Moderator

Andrea Sharrin

Managing Director and Head of Financial Crime for the Americas and Investment Bank

Barclays

Andrea Sharrin’s Biography

Speaker

1:40pm – 2:30pm

COVID-19 has presented the broker-dealer industry with some unprecedented challenges. The panel will discuss, among other things, the response of government partners, new COVID-related fraud event typologies, surveillance challenges in…

COVID-19 has presented the broker-dealer industry with some unprecedented challenges. The panel will discuss, among other things, the response of government partners, new COVID-related fraud event typologies, surveillance challenges in a time of volatility, and challenges and opportunities for the future.

Participants

Elizabeth “Paige” Baumann, John Davidson, Kara Suro, Jeffrey Weiss

Moderator

Elizabeth “Paige” Baumann

Senior Vice President, Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer

Fidelity Investments

Elizabeth “Paige” Baumann’s Biography

Panelists

John Davidson

Former Managing Director & Global Head of Financial Crimes

E*Trade Financial

John Davidson’s Biography

Kara Suro

Vice President, Fraud Risk Management

Charles Schwab

Kara Suro’s Biography

Jeffrey Weiss

Head of Financial Crimes

Robinhood

Jeffrey Weiss’s Biography

2:40pm – 3:30pm

Everyone has a part to play in detecting, reporting and preventing human trafficking. Broker-dealers have a unique opportunity to utilize their resources and existing frameworks to build an anti-human trafficking…

Everyone has a part to play in detecting, reporting and preventing human trafficking. Broker-dealers have a unique opportunity to utilize their resources and existing frameworks to build an anti-human trafficking program. During this session, we will talk a deep dive into the most common forms of human trafficking and some relevant case studies, red flags and investigative techniques, and discuss best practices firms can implement to make an impact.

Participants

Anna Manning, Katherine Hansen, Angelica Samudio, Jennifer Silliman, Madelyn Yarbenet

Moderator

Anna Manning

Director, BSA/AML Officer

Raymond James

Anna Manning’s Biography

Panelists

Katherine Hansen

Vice President, AML Senior Compliance Officer

Baird

Katherine Hansen’s Biography

Angelica Samudio

Senior Intel Research Specialist

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)

Angelica Samudio’s Biography

Jennifer Silliman

Group Supervisor, Homeland Security Investigations

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Jennifer Silliman’s Biography

Madelyn Yarbenet

Head of Forensics in Financial Crime Compliance (FCC)

Goldman Sachs

Madelyn Yarbenet’s Biography

Cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.) and distributed ledger technology (blockchain) are here to stay and likely to present increasingly complex challenges for AML professionals. This session will explore the different digital…

Cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.) and distributed ledger technology (blockchain) are here to stay and likely to present increasingly complex challenges for AML professionals. This session will explore the different digital assets typologies that present themselves in all types of brokerage firms. We’ll discuss microcap issues such as ICOs and manipulative trading, private and exchange-traded fund creation and custody, prime brokerage hedges and securities lending, and futures and derivatives trading – all against the backdrop of regulator and enforcement statements, guidance, frameworks and actions.

Participants

Adrienne Kosta, Jon Blattmachr, Patrick Leary, Thomas Messina, Jeremy Warren

Moderator

Adrienne Kosta

Vice President, AML Officer, DBS LLC, Fidelity Forex LLC, FPF LLC, NFS LLC

Fidelity Investments

Adrienne Kosta’s Biography

Panelists

Jon Blattmachr

Virtual Currency Chief and Assistant Deputy Superintendent

New York Department of Financial Services

Jon Blattmachr’s Biography

Patrick Leary

Senior Vice President, Financial Crimes Risk Management

Wells Fargo

Patrick Leary’s Biography

Jeremy Warren

Head of CIB Global Financial Crimes Compliance

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Jeremy Warren’s Biography

This panel will discuss sanctions policy and enforcement and how they may differ in the Biden Administration from the approaches taken by the Trump Administration.  The panel will look at…

This panel will discuss sanctions policy and enforcement and how they may differ in the Biden Administration from the approaches taken by the Trump Administration.  The panel will look at how U.S. sanctions against China, Venezuela and Russia may evolve and whether the new Administration may make continued use of capital markets-focused sanctions.  The panel will also examine recent compliance challenges and how compliance approaches may be affected by these changes.

Participants

Satish M. Kini, Justyna Gudzowska, David Stetson, Scott Willis

Moderator

Panelists

Justyna Gudzowska

Executive Director, Legal and Compliance

Morgan Stanley

Justyna Gudzowska’s Biography

David Stetson

Vice President and Senior Legal Director, Business Intelligence Group

Goldman Sachs

David Stetson’s Biography

Scott Willis

SVP, Deputy Chief AML Officer

Raymond James

Scott Willis’s Biography

3:40pm – 4:30pm

Hear directly from regulators and policy makers about developments in the AML and financial crimes space and their regulatory and examination priorities for 2021. Discussion topics will include lessons learned…

Hear directly from regulators and policy makers about developments in the AML and financial crimes space and their regulatory and examination priorities for 2021. Discussion topics will include lessons learned from enforcement matters, new trends and typologies, and expectations for the year ahead, which will provide you with an opportunity to consider changes to your program to address the evolving landscape and current regulatory expectations.

Participants

Katrina A. Carroll, Stephanie L. Brooker, Jason Foye, Akrivi Mazarakis, Dmitriy Vilenskiy

Moderator

Katrina A. Carroll

Executive Vice President and Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer

LPL Financial LLC

Katrina A. Carroll’s Biography

Panelists

Jason Foye

Director - AML Investigative Unit

FINRA

Jason Foye’s Biography

Akrivi Mazarakis

Acting Assistant Director, Office of Chief Counsel, SEC’s Division of Examinations (EXAMS)

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Akrivi Mazarakis’s Biography

Dmitriy Vilenskiy

Sr. Investigator, Division of Enforcement

Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)

Dmitriy Vilenskiy’s Biography

4:30pm – 5:30pm

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

Meet with sponsoring firms specializing in products and services for AML and financial crimes, win prizes and participate in 10-minute AML Learning Labs.

Monitoring employee conduct has become more complicated now that work from home seems here to stay. For wealth management firms under the watchful eye of regulators, employee involvement in unauthorized…

Monitoring employee conduct has become more complicated now that work from home seems here to stay. For wealth management firms under the watchful eye of regulators, employee involvement in unauthorized outside business activities (OBA) can have serious consequences. This session will highlight why it is necessary for firms to take proactive steps to increase visibility into employee communications and identify potential misconduct.

Participants

Robert Cruz, Shaun Hurst

Speakers

Robert Cruz

Vice President, Information Governance

Smarsh

Robert Cruz’s Biography

Shaun Hurst

Technical Director, International Markets

Smarsh

Shaun Hurst’s Biography

In today’s fast-paced and increasingly digital world, effectively combating financial crime and achieving regulatory compliance demands smarter, faster, and more dynamic tools and solutions. Legacy rules-based systems have limited the…

In today’s fast-paced and increasingly digital world, effectively combating financial crime and achieving regulatory compliance demands smarter, faster, and more dynamic tools and solutions. Legacy rules-based systems have limited the efficacy of anti-money laundering (AML) detection and investigation. Financial organizations lack holistic and connected views of parties, accounts, and transactions due to messy and fragmented data, inabilities in harnessing that data, and high numbers of false-positive alerts. Hidden and unknown financial crime risks were often left undetected, and AML investigations became overly complicated, time-consuming, and inefficient. Graph algorithms combined with machine learning offer a more modern, intelligent, and streamlined approach in fighting, monitoring, and investigating illicit activity. These technologies enable a path to connected intelligence and elevated analytics. Financial organizations can improve their understanding of financial risks and optimize AML detection with higher quality alerts that find the suspicious activity missed by other solutions. Investigators can visualize the network of parties, accounts, and transactions to make more informed decisions. The solution has delivered over 10% improvement in AML investigation efficiency.

• Discover how graph technology can dynamically connect parties, accounts, and transactions across disparate data sources, elevating financial crime detection, investigation, and intelligence.
• Learn how connections, patterns, and anomalies can drive productive investigations, inform the prioritization, hibernation, escalation of work and alert activity, and lead to better decision-making.
• Uncover techniques to integrate graph algorithms for machine learning into current financial crime strategies, processes, and systems.

Participants

Steven Fuller, David Ronald

Speakers

Steven Fuller

Solutions Engineer

TigerGraph

Steven Fuller’s Biography

David Ronald

Product Marketing Director

TigerGraph

David Ronald’s Biography

Strengthen your investigation strategy by utilizing technology you already have at your disposal. In this session, we’ll discuss the role that communication surveillance plays in identifying financial crime and how…

Strengthen your investigation strategy by utilizing technology you already have at your disposal. In this session, we’ll discuss the role that communication surveillance plays in identifying financial crime and how to best leverage it.

Participants

Peter Haller

Speaker

Peter Haller

Group Manager, Product Manager

Relativity

Peter Haller’s Biography

Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Advisors: Managing Risk without Regulation Alma Angotti, Guidehouse partner and Global Legislative and Regulatory Risk Lead is joined by Morgan Stanley’s Timothy Scutero and Paul…

Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Advisors: Managing Risk without Regulation
Alma Angotti, Guidehouse partner and Global Legislative and Regulatory Risk Lead is joined by Morgan Stanley’s Timothy Scutero and Paul Tyrrell of Sidley Austin for an engaging and insightful dialogue on managing the risk of hedge funds, private equity and investments advisors, who are currently not subject to the Bank Secrecy Act. We will address the following:

• Money Laundering Risks of Hedge Funds and Private Equity
• Legal Framework
• Managing Risk and AML Responsibilities
• Identifying and Mitigating Risk of Fund Administrators
• 2015 Proposed Rule
• The new AMLA 2020

Participants

Alma Angotti, Timothy Scutero, Paul Tyrrell

Speakers

Alma Angotti

Partner

Guidehouse

Alma Angotti’s Biography

Timothy Scutero

Executive Director

Morgan Stanley

Timothy Scutero’s Biography

The amount of money laundered annually through the global financial system is 2-5% of globally GDP, a percentage that hasn’t materially changed for years. Regulators around the world and our…

The amount of money laundered annually through the global financial system is 2-5% of globally GDP, a percentage that hasn’t materially changed for years. Regulators around the world and our industry as a whole recognize the need to do more to fight financial crime. To succeed in protecting the financial system AML professionals in both private and public organizations must work together. Collaboration is key. In this session we focus on collaboration and how working together can help us manage risk across four dimensions of financial crime: Money Laundering, Fraud, Market Abuse, Bribery and Corruption.

Participants

Andrew Davies

Speaker

Andrew Davies

Vice President, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management

Fiserv

Andrew Davies’s Biography

If the past year has proven anything, it’s that cryptocurrency isn’t just for criminals. Mainstream financial institutions and platforms like JP Morgan, PayPal, and Square are getting involved. Nonetheless, cryptocurrency’s…

If the past year has proven anything, it’s that cryptocurrency isn’t just for criminals. Mainstream
financial institutions and platforms like JP Morgan, PayPal, and Square are getting involved.
Nonetheless, cryptocurrency’s decentralized, semi-anonymous nature has helped shape its
reputation as an untraceable way for criminals to transfer value.

In this session, Kim Grauer, Head of Research at blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis, will
break down what crypto crime actually looks like, and answer questions like:

● Is cryptocurrency anonymous?
● How much cryptocurrency activity is illicit?
● What are the dominant forms of cyber crime?
● Is cryptocurrency regulated and how can institutions be compliant?

Participants

Kim Grauer

Speaker

Kim Grauer

Head of Research

Blockchain Analysis

Kim Grauer’s Biography

Proactively catching non-compliant misconduct before fines and crises hit is challenging. It’s even more difficult since the pandemic prompted employees to work from home indefinitely. Learn about the prevalence of…

Proactively catching non-compliant misconduct before fines and crises hit is challenging. It’s even more difficult since the pandemic prompted employees to work from home indefinitely. Learn about the prevalence of remote employee misconduct and why, if left unchecked, it can dramatically, adversely impact businesses, their C-suites, and brand perception.

Participants

Neil Wu Becker

Speaker

Neil Wu Becker

Chief Marketing Officer

Behavox

Neil Wu Becker’s Biography

Venue

Virtual Gathering


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Accreditation

*Accreditation is only available for live programs. On Demand content is not available for CAMS or CPE credit. CLE credit still pending.

CAMS
This event is eligible for five (5) CAMS credit hours. Partial credit is not available – individuals must attend all live programming in order to receive CAMS credits.

CPE
Eligible for up to 7.0 CPE Credits
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Advance Preparation: None
Participants will learn:  Regulatory and examination priorities for 2021 and lessons learned from enforcement.  Latest developments in the AML and financial crime space, including regulatory reform efforts, fraud trends and operational challenges related to COVID-19, human trafficking typologies, and sanctions developments.

CEU Institute is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:www.nasbaregistry.org  

CLE credit still pending.

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