Meg R. Zucker

Managing Director, AML Officer, RBC Capital Markets

Meg joined RBC Capital Markets in April 2014 as its Global Anti-Money Laundering Head, responsible for oversight of its AML/financial crime and sanctions programs and currently oversees both the Capital Markets and Wealth Management AML programs for RBCCM LLC and RBC NYB, the RBCCM Caribbean AML program as well as supports AML program management of the RBC Intermediate Holding Company. Prior to RBC, Meg joined PIMCO in September 2011 as its global AML, anti-corruption and economic sanctions officer. Meg also was the primary AML and ABAC compliance liaison for PIMCO’s office in Brazil. Prior to joining PIMCO, Meg was a senior AML and sanctions manager and counsel for Morgan Stanley for over 13 years. Among her accomplishments, Meg established and implemented all relevant requirements of the USA PATRIOT Act applicable to the institutional and private wealth businesses of Morgan Stanley's US broker-dealer. During her tenure at Morgan Stanley, in addition to AML, Meg also developed and implemented the OFAC program for the institutional and private wealth management businesses. Meg also served as an AML advisor to Morgan Stanley’s regional businesses in Canada, Brazil and Mexico. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Meg worked at Barclays Capital as its Equity Compliance Officer and in the Legal and Compliance Department at Goldman Sachs. Meg received her JD from NYU School of Law, her BA in History from University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a member of the NY Bar and has her Series 7, 63 and 24 FINRA registrations. Meg is an active member of the SIFMA AML Committee, serving as its co-chair between 2012-2014, and was a primary contributing author of its AML Suggested Due Diligence Practices for Hedge Funds.