Monthly Archives: August 2016


FinCEN Doesn’t Track Bias in SAR Filings. Should it?

  In my upcoming article titled “Unmasking Bias in AML Algorithms” in the September/October edition of ACAMS Today, I explore the potential for bias (racial, ethnic, religious, gender, etc.) in Anti-Money Laundering algorithms used by financial institutions to detect potential suspicious activity. The most serious outcome of activity flagged by an AML algorithm results in more »


Alison Jimenez quoted in article on AML & Marijuana Banking

The Tampa Bay Business Journal published an article titled “Financial crimes experts get in the weeds over marijuana banking services” by Margie Manning. DSA president, Alison Jimenez, was quoted several times about the challenges that financial institutions have dealing with state-legalized marijuana businesses.   The financial institutions often find themselves facing a Catch-22 situation, whether more »


Alison Jimenez to Present on Social Media & AML at ACAMS Conference

  Alison Jimenez, president of Dynamic Securities Analytics, will present on the topic “Mitigating Risks and Reaping Rewards of Social Media in AML/CTF Regimes” at the 2016 Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists conference in Las Vegas. Key Areas Covered Adapting onboarding processes that mitigate the unique payment platform, KYC and sanctions risks posed by more »