ACAMS 16th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference

There’s no better place to broaden your professional network, gain insight into the latest AML/CTF prevention and detection strategies, and collaborate on new ideas that will reenergize you and your team in the battle against financial crime.

2016 Attendee List

Professionals responsible for:

  • Reporting and SAR/STR filing
  • AML risk management
  • Customer due diligence
  • Transaction monitoring and system tuning
  • AML audits
  • AML training
  • Sanctions management
  • New product compliance
  • Managing third party payment processors
  • Law enforcement
  • Regulatory oversight

From these sectors:

  • Accounting Firms
  • Banks
  • Casinos
  • Consultants
  • Credit Unions
  • Financial Services Providers
  • Insurance Companies
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Law Firms
  • Money Services Businesses
  • Regulatory Agencies
  • Securities/Investment Firms
  • Software/Technology Providers
  • Universities
  • Virtual Currency Exchangers

2016 Attendee Reviews

  • “It was all I expected and more. I found the conference priceless…worth every penny, and I paid for it all myself. I would definitely recommend this conference to a colleague.”

    Annelise Strader

    BSA Compliance Specialist, United Business Bank
  • “The quality of speakers, the session topics, vendor booths, and the venue was great. The conference provided a lot of great detail on top trends and issues occurring in the field.”

    Alexis Shupak

    Vice President, AML Compliance Officer, Citigroup
  • “The sessions were all really informative and I have taken what I have learned back to my current employment and discussed them with my co-workers. It was also a great networking experience.”

    Melissa Leeds, CAMS

    Counter Threat Finance/Counter Narcotic Finance Analyst, United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM)
  • “Gaining the perspective on how the banks are running their programs is very useful for us, as a casino, in developing our practices based off of best practices in the financial world.”

    Bradley Rudnicki, CAMS

    AML Intelligence Analyst, Bristish Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC)
  • “I learned the industry wide efforts in the financial crimes area and how many people are involved in it and how much dedication is there. This is a great conference which gives you an opportunity to meet and learn from the best of best.”

    Pradeep Tyagi

    Financial Crimes Manager, Wells Fargo
  • “ACAMS is industry leading in the field of BSA/AML education with resources and partnerships with public and private sector speakers and subject matter.”

    Jeff Rose

    BSA/AML Investigator, Boeing Employees Credit Union (BECU)
  • “Everything about the conference went above and beyond my expectations. From the networking opportunities and panels all the way to the catering, the experience was beyond compare. I learned a lot and met many excellent new people - this is my tribe.”

    Merrick Harper, CAMS

    AML and Regulation Officer, Fibonatix
  • “For individuals interested in a career in the BSA-AML field, the conference gives a holistic view of AML and current trends. It is especially beneficial to individuals that have received their certification.”

    Bryan Holder, CAMS

    OFAC Officer, Trustmark National Bank
  • “The organizers have ensured that information as presented were extensive and relevant and provided ideal opportunities for questions and feedback.”

    Karen Gittens, CAMS

    Manager, Monitoring Advice Testing and Training, Scotiabank