Ms. Arquette is responsible for the FDIC's policy, guidance, and examination procedures related to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), anti-money laundering (AML), counter-financing of terrorism (CFT), Office of Foreign Assets Control, and the FDIC's international assistance related to AML/CFT initiatives. Ms. Arquette is also responsible for oversight of the FDIC's application process related to transactions such as deposit insurance, mergers, and changes of control. Ms. Arquette also manages the Expanded Bidder Qualification Process related to troubled institutions. Ms. Arquette had prior responsibility to administer programs that encompassed: bank-related fraud matters, cyber-fraud, policy related to fiduciary activities, government and municipal securities dealers and registered transfer agents, as well as, the national background check program. Ms. Arquette began her FDIC career as a safety and soundness bank examiner in the Dallas Region. Since then, she has also held the positions of Senior Capital Markets Specialist and Risk Management Review Examiner.