Participants should plan to spend 8 – 10 hours reading, researching and completing exercises that will be used in the classroom session.
All pre-class assignments will be tied to classroom activities.
His assignments have included the coordination of international financial investigations while stationed as an assistant DEA attaché to the U. Embassy in Switzerland and overseeing money laundering investigations while assigned to DEA’s Office of Financial Investigations. In this role, Jim supports the Chief AML Officer across all facets of Capital One’s AML program.
John is a graduate of Marquette University in 1978 and the George Mason University School of Law in 1983.
John’s blog, “AML, Fraud and Other Things,” can be found at: (Bill) Campbell is a former federal agent, having completed a 28 year career in various investigative and management positions with the IRS, FBI and DEA. Jim Candelmo is the Deputy Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer with Capital One.
Your pre-class preparation will begin by drilling down on important AML/Fraud/CTF laws and regulations.
The administrative webinar will review program logistics, timelines and other details Participants will be required to complete pre-class assignments prior to attending the classroom session.
His specialties are AML/BSA/CTF/OFAC compliance and information assurance/cyber security communications/training. John is Executive Vice President of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists or ACAMS.