Saverio Mirarchi

Senior Director, Treliant Risk Advisors

Saverio Mirarchi is a Senior Director with Treliant Risk Advisors, where he advises financial
services clients on regulatory requirements and trends in anti-money laundering (AML), U.S.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption Compliance, enterprise
risk management, and regulatory compliance. During the past 20 years of his distinguished 35
year career, Saverio has worked with a number of financial services organizations in developing
compliance strategies and programs.
From February 2008 to April 2013, Saverio served as Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer at
Northern Trust in Chicago. There he successfully led the enhancement of the AML and
Sanctions Compliance program. Prior to joining Northern Trust, Saverio served as Vice
President and Head of U.S. Compliance for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in New York.
Previously, he served as Managing Director and Chief Compliance Officer for The Bank of New
York. Saverio’s prior position was Vice President, International Compliance and Money
Laundering Prevention, with American Express Company. Earlier in his career, Saverio worked
as a litigator in private practice handling a range of banking transactional and regulatory matters.
Saverio has published a number of articles, including: “KYE – Know Your Employee,”
published as part of Money Laundering Alert’s Seventh International Money Laundering
Conference (Feb. 2002; Miami, Fla.); “Recent Revisions to the Financial Action Task Force’s
Forty Recommendations on Money Laundering,” vol. 179, no. 6 The Bankers Magazine, 29-34
(Nov./Dec.1996); and "Overseas Private Investment Corporation: The Future of OPIC;
Privatization," in 10 Law and Policy in International Business 287-97 (1978).
Saverio earned a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. and an
A.B. from Harvard College in Cambridge, MA. Saverio also developed Compliance casebook
materials on the FCPA at Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he is an Adjunct Professor.