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Featured Speakers

Jennifer Shasky-Calvery

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), US Department of the Treasury

Network (FinCEN), a bureau of the Treasury Department, on August 20, 2012. As Director, Ms. Shasky Calvery oversees FinCEN’s wide-ranging work to protect the U.S. financial system from money laundering and other forms of illicit financial activity and to advance the national security interests of the United States. FinCEN has created critical systems to receive and maintain financial transactions data and to analyze and disseminate that data for law enforcement purposes. FinCEN also leads the development of regulatory policy to combat money laundering and terrorist financing and is a respected leader among the world’s financial intelligence units.
Ms. Shasky Calvery joins Treasury from the Department of Justice, where she served since 2010 as the Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section. As Chief, Ms. Shasky Calvery managed a Justice Department program responsible for the annual forfeiture of more than $1.5 billion in criminal assets and related programs to ensure that those assets were returned to victims and reinvested in law enforcement. While in this post, she restructured the section’s efforts in key prosecutorial and law enforcement areas related to Bank Secrecy Act violations by banks and non-bank financial institutions, high-level foreign corruption, and transnational organized crime, most notably the Mexican drug cartels.

During her 15-year career at Justice, Ms. Shasky Calvery focused on combating money laundering and organized crime. As a prosecutor with the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section, she prosecuted cases targeting transnational criminal organizations and, in particular, the professional money launderers who supported them. Ms. Shasky Calvery also spent two years in the Office of the Deputy Attorney General, where she served as Senior Counsel to three different Deputy Attorney Generals. While in the Deputy Attorney General’s Office, she reinvigorated the U.S. Government’s organized crime efforts by leading the effort to develop a unified national law enforcement strategy adopted by nine federal law enforcement agencies and the Attorney General, as well as establishing a fusion center that allows partner law enforcement agencies to join together in a task force setting to combine data and produce actionable leads for investigators and prosecutors working to combat the threat posed by transnational organized crime. Ms. Shasky Calvery worked closely with the Treasury Department in developing regulatory initiatives to combat illicit financial activity, including the transnational organized crime sanctions program now administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control. Ms. Shasky Calvery also co-authored the seminal book on Russian money movements to assist Justice Department investigators in their efforts to investigate and prosecute complex money laundering schemes emanating from Russia.

Ms. Shasky Calvery has been a leader within the U.S. Government on the misuse of shell companies. She has testified before Congress on a wide range of issues, including transnational organized crime, financial crime, and state business incorporation practices.

Gene Truono


Mr. Truono has 25 years of experience in the AML and compliance area. Most recently, he was a director in the dispute and investigations practice of Navigant Consulting, Inc., where he advised major financial institutions. Prior to that, he was vice president of compliance and ethics, and chief compliance officer at American Express Bank International, where he successfully led very substantial and complex AML remediations driven by the Federal Reserve and other regulators.

Prior to that role, Gene served as vice president of compliance and ethics for JPMorgan Chase, where he was responsible for the development, oversight and management of the global treasury service department's regulatory compliance program, AML program, and supervision of all regulatory examinations. Mr Truono has also served as the head of compliance for Chase Card Services for Chase USA N.A., where he was responsible for overall compliance related to credit card, residential mortgage, student loan and auto loan portfolios.

Richard Weber

IRS - Criminal Investigation

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.

Declan Hill

University of Brighton

Declan Hill is an investigative journalist, documentary maker and academic. He specializes in the study of organized crime and international issues. He was the first journalist to break the story of Asian match-fixing gangs linked to the multi-billion dollar gambling markets destroying international football in his book ‘The Fix: Soccer & Organized Crime’. It has now become a best-seller in 21 languages. In 2013, he published the academic version ‘The Insider’s Guide to Match-Fixing’ which is now available in English and Japanese.
Before publishing ‘The Fix’ Hill completed documentaries on the killing of the head of the Canadian mafia, blood feuds in Kosovo and ethnic cleansing in Iraq. He has also filed articles or made documentaries in Kurdistan, Kenya, France, Belgium, Russia, Bolivia, India, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Germany, Northern Ireland, Brazil, Mexico, Philippines, Turkey and across North America. His programs and articles have appeared around the world in outlets including the New York Times, Toronto Star, Guardian, BBC, CNN International, CBC and PBS Frontline.

Hill has also won a number of national and international awards from organizations such as Amnesty International, the Canadian Association of Journalists and Play the Game.

He has also been interviewed in over-800 media outlets in more than 60 countries including Al-Jazeera, Sky News, BBC, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, El Pais, De Morgen, Il Manifesto, Hürriyet, Le Matin and ABC (Australia).

He has also testified about the new wave of match-fixing linked to globalisation before committees at the Council of Europe, the European Parliament in Brussels, the UK Parliament in Westminster and the International Olympic Committee.

Hill was a Chevening Scholar at Green College, University of Oxford where he obtained his doctorate on the study of organized crime and informal governance, with a particular specialty in match-fixing in professional sports. He has published numerous academic articles and book sections about sports corruption and is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on the subject.