The Intersection of Money Laundering and Corruption

Breakfast Panel co-hosted by the Coalition for Integrity

Recent enforcement  actions have highlighted the nexus between money laundering and other types of financial crime.  As these become more sophisticated, financial crime compliance programs can no longer function as siloed departments within a financial institution, but should evolve and converge to prevent and detect financial crime.  

Please join us and our distinguished panel of experts from the Department of Justice, the United States Attorney's Office for Easter District of New York, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Federal Reserve Board, as they discuss how to address the growing intersection of money laundering and other types of financial crime:  

Topics covered:
• Best practices for detecting corrupt proceeds in financial transactions;
• Detecting shell corporations that are being used for illicit purposes;
• The laundering of corruption proceeds through investments and private banking; and
• The use of risk assessments to identify high risk areas.

Opening Remarks: 
Ellen Zimiles, Managing Director, Financial Services Advisory and Compliance Segment Leader, Navigant 
Shruti Shah, President & Chief Executive Officer, Coalition for Integrity 


Leo Tsao, Chief of the Bank Integrity Unit, U.S. Department of Justice
Jackie Kasulis, Criminal Chief, United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York
Seth Schwartz, Head of Large Bank Examinations, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Jason Gonzalez, Head of Enforcement, Federal Reserve Board

Moderator: Claiborne (Clay) Porter, Managing Director, Head of Investigations, Navigant 



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