In just one day, you’ll gain a wealth of knowledge and applicable solutions to strengthen your existing risk management strategies to fully capture emerging risk vulnerabilities, including alternative payment platforms and international sanctions compliance.

Join our expert panelists virtually as they conduct an in-depth examination of recent enforcement actions, producing a rich analysis of the regulatory risks every compliance officer needs to know about – and practical advice for protecting against them.

Virtual attendees receive:

  • High-quality video feed of keynote addresses and panel discussions
  • Post-event access to conference recordings
  • Interactive capability to submit questions to presenters and chat with fellow participants
  • Certificate of participation and 6 CAMS credits

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Featured Speakers


Louise Story

The New York Times

Louise Story is a staff reporter for The New York Times.In 2014, she worked on a project about the rising use of shell companies to purchase high-end real estate. That project, which traced shell companies to places as far and wide as Malaysia, Russia, Mexico and China, can be read here.In 2012, she worked on a project about state and local business subsidies that was awarded the Silver Barlett & Steele award.Previously, Louise wrote about Wall Street and finance and was one of the lead reporters in chronicling the financial crisis of 2008. In that role, she contributed to a project that was a finalist for the 2010 Emmy Awards and one that was a finalist for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service. She has also been a finalist three times for the Gerald Loeb Award, and she was named one of the Huffington Post’s Game Changers for 2010.In 2011, she co-authored a series of stories on the lack of prosecutions related to the financial crisis and in 2010, she examined the advantages bankers enjoy over other investors and customers in the series "House Advantage." Prior to covering Wall Street, Louise wrote about advertising and marketing for the Times and, in 2005, she spent several months studying the motherhood plans of Ivy League female students and wrote an article on that topic.Louise has been a frequent contributor to "The Takeaway," a public radio program, the host of a recurring web video program for The Times and a guest on television networks like Fox, MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg Television and PBS.She has also written for The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, The Hartford Courant, The Orlando Sentinel and The Yale Daily News. She earned a master’s degree in journalism at Columbia University and an M.B.A. and a B.A. in American Studies at Yale University.


Richard Weber

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Mr. Weber oversees a worldwide staff of over 4,000 employees, including approximately 2,700 special agents who investigate potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes, including money laundering, narcotics, and terrorist financing. Before joining IRS CI, Mr. Weber was the Deputy Chief of the Investigation Division and Chief of the Major Economic Crimes Bureau in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. In this position, he was responsible for managing prosecutors, investigators and analysts handling investigations into securities and commodities fraud, large-scale mortgage and insurance fraud, ponzi schemes, international money laundering, terrorist financing, sanctions evasion, asset forfeiture and tax crimes.


Mr. Weber previously served as Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section at the Department of Justice, and as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of New York. He conducted numerous major money laundering investigations and prosecutions, including some of the largest forfeitures ever entered against financial institutions for sanctions violations.


Mr. Weber is a two-time recipient of the Attorney General's John Marshall Award, the highest honor for Justice Department lawyers, for his work in promoting law enforcement's use of asset forfeiture.


John Riggi

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Mr. Riggi is a highly decorated 27 year veteran of the FBI, and currently serves as the Acting Deputy Assistant Director for the Cyber Intelligence, Outreach and Support Sections. Mr. Riggi also serves as the Section Chief for the Cyber Division Outreach Section where he leads the development of mission critical partnerships with the private sector. Previously, Mr. Riggi served as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the Washington Field Office's, Intelligence Division. In 2013 Mr. Riggi was selected to lead the development of the FBI's Cyber Financial Pursuit Team. Previously, Mr. Riggi served for four years as the National Operations Manager for the FBI's Terrorist Financing Operations Section and two years at CIA 's Counterterrorism Center (CTC).


Daniel Stipano

Office of the Comptroller of Currency

Mr. Stipano supervises the OCC’s Enforcement and Compliance, Litigation, Community and Consumer Law, and Administrative and Internal Law Divisions. He also supervises the OCC district counsel staffs in the OCC’s Southern and Western Districts. He previously served as acting chief counsel. From 1995-2000, Mr. Stipano served as the director for enforcement and compliance in the OCC, where he headed the division that was responsible for taking administrative enforcement actions against national banks and their institution-affiliated parties. From 1989-1995, he was an assistant director in the Enforcement and Compliance Division, after joining the OCC in 1985 as a staff attorney in the division. In 1985, Mr. Stipano was a staff attorney at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and, from 1983-1985, he was an associate with the law firm of Jackson and Jessup, P.C., in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Stipano also represents the OCC on the Treasury Department’s Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group and the National Interagency Bank Fraud Working Group.


Susanne Williams

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

As the Assistant Director for Corporate Governance in the Bank Supervision and Regulation Division of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Ms. Williams oversees the Federal Reserve's policy, guidance, and initiatives related to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), anti-money laundering (AML), and Office of Foreign Assets Control. She is also responsible for oversight of regulatory and strategic policy related to incentive compensation, corporate governance and corporate compliance. Prior to assuming this position, Ms. Williams served as Manager of the BSA/AML Section responsible for designing and implementing supervisory strategies, including enforcement actions, to address significant BSA/AML and OFAC issues at supervised institutions. She joined the Board in 2005 after spending 15 years at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Department of the Treasury in various bank supervisory positions.