“Follow the Money” with Kevin Sullivan, CAMS, retired State & Federal Money Laundering Investigator. C-Notes podcasts provide listeners with Anti Money Laundering (AML) / Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) training and advisory tips
“Follow the Money” with Kevin Sullivan, CAMS, retired State & Federal Money Laundering Investigator. C-Notes podcasts provide listeners with Anti Money Laundering (AML) / Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) training and advisory tips. Topics span the fundamentals of the 5 pillars of a quality AML program through to best practices for AML compliance, risk mitigation, terrorist activity prevention, and financial crime investigation methods and tools available within various industries and to law enforcement. Tune in for tips on understanding the monitoring and reporting processes of suspicious activity and pointers on transaction monitoring and analysis. We’ll discuss steps to improving and building more effective interagency communication, internal information sharing solutions, and the benefits of AML resource sharing. We’ll provide insight into regulatory scrutiny including proactive measures to help identify regulatory risks and the advantages and disadvantages of self assessment tools. Receive guidance on risk management recommendations. How to prepare for regulatory reviews. How to respond to government enforcement actions. Identifying areas of vulnerability and reducing violations. C-Notes includes interviews with leading industry experts to provide pointers on developing a culture of compliance. Discussions on new AML technologies that aid AML efforts and monitoring the use of those technologies. Guidelines for balancing risk assessment and regulatory compliance. Conversations will include efforts to increase awareness of the consequences of regulatory actions and remind listeners of the accountability of companies and individuals. Kevin, who’s been on the front lines of AML for more than 30 years will provide commentary on current financial crime news events including new AML mandates and reform, emerging threats, and new technologies. Kevin will critique current events and offer insight into case studies informed by his more than 30 years experience on the front lines of AML going back to his time working as a passionate member of the team that helped to define and implement much of today's global AML policies and procedures following the events of 9/11. Upon retirement from law enforcement as New York State Police Money Laundering Investigation Coordinator Kevin continues his commitment to AML through his company The Anti Money Laundering (AML) Training Academy, AMLtrainer.com. We hope you join him on this “Financial Crimes Ride Along”.