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ACAMS 17th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference - Las Vegas


WED18 - Correspondent Banking: Potential Risks, Potential Rewards


Oct 3, 2018 2:00pm ‐ Oct 3, 2018 3:15pm

Description

• Conducting a risk assessment to identify and analyze correspondent banking risks such as nested accounts to determine compatibility with institutional risk appetite, tolerances and existing AML infrastructure
• Formalizing business plans and policies for issues including high-risk entity and suspicious activity monitoring to mitigate risks linked to cross-border transactions, KYCC, PEP exposure and beneficial ownership
• Conducting due diligence on respondent banks to properly rate risks related to subjects such as business profile, AML proficiency, leading product lines and transparency and understand the nature and purpose of the transactions

Moderator(s):

Speaker(s):

  • Sarah B. Felix, CAMS, Founder and President, Palmera Consulting
  • Lisa Grigg, CAMS, Chief Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance Executive, US Bank
  • Edward Silva, CAMS, Vice President, Head of Financial Crimes Unit, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Evan Weitz, Managing Director, Head of Controls, Europe and Americas, Financial Crime Compliance, , Standard Chartered Bank

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