June 12, 2019
The goal of this event was to bring together academics, regulatory and enforcement officials, business leaders, general counsel, compliance officers, and private attorneys to discuss of some of the most pressing issues surrounding anti-money laundering. The program began with a discussion of information and data sharing under the U.S. regulations. The program then examined how institutions are currently using innovative technologies and what is on the horizon.
Kenneth A. Blanco, Director, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Text of Kenneth A. Blanco's speech is available.
Panel 1: Information and Data Sharing Under the U.S. AML Regime
Moderator: Allison Caffarone '03, Executive Director, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, NYU School of Law
- H. Rodgin Cohen, Senior Chairman, Sullivan & Cromwell
- Marcy Forman, Managing Director, Global Investigations Unit, AML Compliance, Citigroup
- Michael Held '95, General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Sarah Runge, Global Head of Financial Crimes Compliance Regulatory Strategy, Credit Suisse
- Jason Schultz, Professor of Clinical Law, NYU School of Law
Kenneth A. Blanco, Director, Financial Crimes and Enforcement Network
Panel 2: The Move Away From the Traditional AML Compliance Model
Moderator: Sharon Cohen Levin, Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
- Daniel Alonso '90, Managing Director and General Counsel, Exiger
- Joseph Facciponti, Partner, Murphy & McGonigle
- Court Golumbic, Participating Managing Director, Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Goldman Sachs
- Rachel Kaufman, Managing Director, Global Head SAR Program, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Maria Vullo '87, Senior Fellow, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, NYU School of Law and Former Superintendent, New York Department of Financial Services