Domestic Extremism (Part 1): New Challenges for AML Compliance Officers and Investigators

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Domestic terrorism is not new, but the heightened law enforcement scrutiny in the last few weeks has added another layer of complexity to the jobs of already challenged AML compliance professionals. This webinar will go behind the headlines, look more closely at factors banks, crypto exchanges, and other SAR filers should consider in updating their AML compliance programs, customer due diligence efforts and suspicious activity monitoring processes to address this increased focus.

Key Concepts Covered Include:

  • Domestic extremism: A regulatory overview
  • The challenge: Response and tools
  • The effects: Changing regulatory experiences
  • Guidance from regulators: Account closings, SAR filings, enhanced due diligence
  • Compliance officer and investigator considerations: Next steps

Speakers:

Carol Van Cleef, Chair Blockchain and Digital Assets Practice at Bradley, Arant, Boult & Cummings
Ari Redbord, Head of Legal & Government Affairs at TRM Labs
Kim Johnson, Director of Regulatory Compliance at Luminous Group

Domestic terrorism is not new, but the heightened law enforcement scrutiny in the last few weeks has added another layer of complexity to the jobs of already challenged AML compliance professionals. This webinar will go behind the headlines,  look more closely at factors banks, crypto exchanges, and other SAR filers should consider in updating their AML compliance programs, customer due diligence efforts and suspicious activity monitoring processes to address this increased focus.

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