Event Type: CLE / CPD, Seminar
A CLE Seminar and Panel Discussion with Current and Former Investigators
Anti-money laundering and sanctions-related enforcement actions continue to generate headlines, as an increasingly complex network of government agencies coordinate enforcement to impose significant fines and penalties - some over $1 billion - against companies for alleged flaws in their compliance systems.
Join us Wednesday, October 21, 2015, for an analysis of recent enforcement activities and a panel discussion featuring former prosecutors and federal agents addressing these very issues. Gain insight into the mind of the enforcers and share ideas for ensuring that you and your company maintain a robust compliance function that reduces the risk of adverse government action.
This program will explore the following questions:
- What is the government looking for?
- How can you protect your company?
- What can we learn from past enforcement to mitigate risks in the future?
Polly Greenberg - Managing Director, Regulatory Consulting, Duff an Phelps; Former Chief, Major Economic Crimes Bureau, Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Frank DiGregorio - Investigator, Queens County District Attorney's Office
Evan Weitz - Deputy Head of Investigations, Financial Crime Compliance (Americas), Standard Chartered Bank; Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of New Jersey, Eastern District of New York, Northern District of Georgia
Michael Lowell - Partner, Reed Smith; Co-Chair, Anti-Money Laundering and Trade Sanctions Group
Kathleen Nandan - Counsel, Reed Smith; Former Principal Deputy Chief, Civil Division, U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of New York
Travis Nelson - Counsel, Reed Smith; Former Enforcement Counsel, Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Treasury Department
Enforcement and Prosecutorial Guidance