Alison Jimenez to Present on Marijuana Industry & Insider Fraud at AML Conference


DSA president, Alison Jimenez, will speak on two anti-money laundering topics at this fall’s Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) conference in Las Vegas. On September 28th, Alison will be part of a panel discussion titled “This Joint is Jumping: Practical Coping Strategies for Ever-Shifting Marijuana Laws” and on the 29th, she will present in the Organized Crimes Trends track on “Pen & Teller: Case Study of an Inside Fraud Job.”

 

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The Joint is Jumpin’: Practical Coping Strategies for Ever-Shifting Marijuana Laws

  • Applying due diligence to customers with possible indirect ties to marijuana related businesses
  • Identifying structuring and other potential means of moving marijuana proceeds into your institution
  • Apprising potential regulatory shift directly impacting financial service providers

Presenters

Stacey Ivie, Task Force Officer, HIDTA/NVFI Task Force

Alison Jimenez, CAMS, President/Founder, Dynamic Securities Analytics

Jonathan E. Lopez, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP

Pen & Tellers: Case Study of an Inside Fraud Job

  • Instituting effective KYE programs for effective employee due diligence
  • Utilizing the latest metrics to identify potential employee-linked suspicious transactions
  • Uncovering and investigating connections between employees and criminal organizations

Presenters

Alison Jimenez, CAMS, President/Founder, Dynamic Securities Analytics

Meryl Lutsky, Deputy Bureau Chief, Crime Proceeds Strike Force, New York State Attorney General’s Office