Enforcement Trends, Crypto, the AML Act — and More

We are very pleased to be moderating, once again, the Practising Law Institute’s 2022 Anti-Money Laundering Conference on May 17, 2022, starting at 9 a.m. This year’s conference will be both live and virtual — and it will be as informative, interesting and timely as always. 

Again, we are lucky to have a fantastic line-up of experienced and knowledgeable panelists:

The conference will tackle many critical issues in BSA/AML compliance and money laundering enforcement.  The three panels will be:

Recent Trends in Money Laundering and Enforcement

The Department of Justice continues to bring major money laundering indictments and civil forfeiture actions.  The panel will discuss:

Digital Assets and AML: Evolving Regulations and Enforcement

Regulators are scrambling to keep up with the fast-paced technologies of Blockchain, digital assets, and cryptocurrencies.  The panel will discuss:

The AML Act: Beneficial Ownership, Regulatory Priorities, Effective AML Programs, and More

Congress passed the expansive AML Act on January 1, 2021.  The Act has been heralded as a groundbreaking piece of BSA/AML legislation – but its potential promise inevitably will be tempered by its real-world implementation by regulators and affected stakeholders.  The panel will discuss:

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