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Monday, November 9 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Managing Financial Crimes Compliance and Enforcement Risks in an Evolving Landscape - Recent Developments, Trends, and Emerging Issues

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In recent months, regulatory and law enforcement authorities have issued statements and guidance to the financial industry at a pace that is robust by historical standards and surprising amid a global pandemic.  Amid ever-growing penalties for noncompliance, ensuring your second- and third-line personnel remains vigilant has never been more important.  This practical, interactive panel will discuss, among other topics: 
  • Proposed revisions to foundational BSA/AML program requirements and a new interagency approach to enforcement
  • Recent FinCEN rules and guidance on PEPs, Hemp and cyber-crime
  • OFAC developments regarding China, Iran and other sanctions programs
  • Risks and considerations regarding ransomware payments
  • The “FinCEN Files” leak - implications and lessons learned

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David G. Sewell

Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
David Sewell is a counsel in the firm’s New York office and a member of the firm’s Financial Institutions and Banking Groups. Mr. Sewell is also Secretary of the New York City Bar Association Committee on Banking Law. His practice focuses on banking regulatory and enforcement... Read More →
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Ted Starishevsky

Global Head of Sanctions and Anti-Corruption Compliance, American Express
Ted joined American Express in 2015 and is its Global Head of Sanctions and Anti-Corruption. American Express’ Global Sanctions and Anti-Corruption programs are responsible for ensuring that American Express complies with U.S. and applicable international sanctions regimes and anti-corruption... Read More →
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Polly Greenberg

Managing Director, Global Head of Program Management, Global Financial Crimes Division, MUFG
Polly Greenberg joined MUFG in September of 2016 and is the Global Head of Program Management for the Global Financial Crimes Division (GFCD), MUFG’s New York based Headquarters for financial crimes compliance. Her responsibilities include oversight of a variety of cross-functional... Read More →

Monday November 9, 2020 4:00pm - 4:50pm EST
  Internal Audit
  • NASBA CPE Hour/CRC Credit 1