Tue, 2014-06-17 13:00
A non-CLE, brown bag program proudly presented by ABA Section of International Law
International Anti-Money Laundering Committee
In cooperation with
the FIIS WG, an element of the American Security Project, and
the FBI's InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance
and the New York Metro InfraGard Members Alliance
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM US EDT
Discussion begins at 1:00 PM
Live in person or by web/teleconference
787 7th Avenue
New York City NY, 10019
The goal of the FIIS WG is to provide the financial services industry and the U.S. Government (USG) community with a forum to informally discuss relevant topics, including protection of critical financial infrastructure, prevention of fraud, and obstruction of threat finance and money laundering. In cooperation with the American Bar Association's International Anti-Money Laundering Committee, we are pleased to present this slate of speakers and topics. The diversity of issues reflects the array of potential threats and vulnerabilities associated with abuses of financial and commercial systems.
The FIIS WG began in 2010 as a public-private partnerships pilot project out of the USG; grew into a free-standing, member-supported community; and is now an element of the American Security Project. Members include hundreds of representatives of both public and private-sector entities, including regulatory, intelligence, defense, and law enforcement agencies; financial institutions; think tanks; consultancies; and colleges and universities.
- Thomas E. Petrouskie, FBI Special Agent, New York field office, Corporate Securities Fraud Unit
"Emerging Money Laundering Trends"
- Carroll Colley, Principal, Highgate Consulting
"Russian Sanctions: Next Steps and Geopolitical Impact"
- Ken Zockoll, Senior Vice President, Director Content Development, FactSet Research Systems, Inc.
"Mapping the Networked Economy to Support AML/KYC and Compliance"
- Andrew Smith, Senior Vice-President, Fraud and Identity, Equifax inc.
"Preventing the Proliferation of Synthetic Identities"
- Andrew Parlock, Market Manager, National Security Global Business, Battelle, and
Dr. Ernest Hampson, Technical Director, Cyber Intelligence and Counterintelligence Group, Battelle
"Analyzing Unstructured Data for Communities of Interest: How Financial Institutions can find Communities of Interest or how a particular person fits into an unknown or unseen community"
- Marissa O. Michel, Director, Strategic Threat Management, PwC, and
Dan Coultas, Senior Associate, Strategic Threat Management, PwC
"Insiders: Understanding the threat to your intellectual property, the potential costs, and how to prioritize it against a landscape of threats"
- Danielle Camner Lindholm, Co-Chair of the FIIS WG and the ABA Intl AML Committee
- Lesley Rockwell, Co-Chair of the FIIS WG
This event is free to all participants. Registration, however, is REQUIRED.
REGISTER NOW by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify whether you will attend IN PERSON or via WEB /TELECONFERENCE.