Did you know that there’s a high demand for CPA professionals with anti-money laundering (AML) expertise? If you want to play a role in the fight against terrorism, human traffickers and financial criminals, then a career in AML may be just right for you.
“Most professionals working in this area [accounting] enjoy mathematics and solving puzzles or riddles. The more you work and the harder you dig, the greater the satisfaction when you accomplish your goal.”
Kerry Myers, Professor, USF Muma College of Business, Attorney and Former FBI Agent
CPAs who become AML specialists have a significant earning potential, opportunity for rapid growth and high level of job satisfaction.
CAMS designation denotes a superior level of understanding of international AML/CTF principles. Internationally renowned and accepted, financial crime detection and prevention professionals worldwide acknowledge the CAMS certification as the gold standard in AML/CTF.
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Don’t miss the world’s largest AML & Financial Crime Conference this September 26-28.
From start to finish, you will come out of this conference with a foundation on which to take your career path down the audit trail plus unmatched networking opportunities with leading accounting firms.
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AML Salary Survey
ACAMS surveyed thousands of AML/CTF professionals in order to produce the most complete, accurate, and up-to-date AML career compensation data for financial crime detection and prevention professionals.
This year, respondents who are Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (CAMS) earn, on average, 42% more than their non-certified peers, up from 32% from the previous survey in 2013.