In each segment of Compliance Studio, John J. Byrne, ACAMS executive vice president, sits down with experts in the anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention fields to discuss important and timely topics related to this ever-evolving industry.
Kay Guinane: NPOs and De-Risking Challenges
In this segment of AML Now, John J. Byrne, ACAMS advisory board member and vice chairman of AML RightSource, LLC, spoke with Kay Guinane, program manager at Charity and Security Network, about the de-risking challenges nonprofit organizations (NPOs) are facing and how best to maintain a banking relationship in this risk environment.
Jodi Gissel: The Future of Financial Crime Prevention
In this segment of AML Now, John J. Byrne, CAMS, ACAMS advisory board member and president of Condor Consulting, LLC, spoke with Jodi Gissel, a graduate professor at Marquette University, about the Justice for Fraud Victims Project and what we can expect from the next generation of individuals working in the fraud and financial crime prevention field.
Sara Crowe and David Medina: Polaris and Eradicating Human Slavery
In this segment of AML Now, John J. Byrne, CAMS, ACAMS advisory board member and president of Condor Consulting, LLC, sat down with Sara Crowe and David Medina of Polaris. Crowe and Medina detailed the many ways that victims of forced labor are harmed in the agricultural field, the challenges of illegal massage parlors, the history of Polaris and how they are working with the anti-money laundering community in a variety of ways.
Danny Glaser: Sanctions and AML
In this segment of the award-winning AML Now, John J. Byrne, anti-money laundering (AML) speaker, writer and subject-matter expert, interviews Danny L. Glaser, principal with the Financial Integrity Network, about the wide use of sanctions, their importance as a national security tool and Glaser’s thoughts about working in the AML field.
I’m working towards earning my CAMS and this is a wonderfully informative [and free] way to gain more exposure to relevant topics. The variety of guests gives perspectives on issues that I would not have considered.