Financial Intelligence & Information Sharing Working Group Winter Symposium | Dec 17, 2013

13 decembrie 2013 at 11:50

Financial Intelligence & Information Sharing (FIIS) Working Group
Winter Symposium

An element of the American Security Project’s Threat Finance and Financial Intelligence research program

A non-CLE, brown bag program proudly presented by
ABA Section of International Law
International Anti-Money Laundering Committee

Co-sponsored by
Privacy, E-Commerce and Data Security Committee

International Financial Products & Services Committee

Young Lawyers Interest Network

In cooperation with
The Financial Intelligence &
Information Sharing Working Group,
an element of the American Security Project
,
and
The FBI’s InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance

Tuesday, December 17, 2013
12:30 PM – 5:00 PM US EST
Meeting begins at 12:30 PM. Discussion begins at 1:00 PM.
Live in Person or by Teleconference

American Bar Association
John Marshall Room B&C
1050 Connecticut Ave NW, 

5th Floor
John Marshall Room B&C
Washington, DC 20036

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The goal of the FIIS WG is to provide the financial services industry and the U.S. Government (USG) community with a forum to informally discuss relevant topics, including protection of critical financial infrastructure, prevention of fraud, and obstruction of threat finance and money laundering. In cooperation with the American Bar Association’s International Anti-Money Laundering Committee, we are pleased to present this slate of speakers and topics. The diversity of issues reflects the array of potential threats and vulnerabilities associated with abuses of financial and commercial systems.

The FIIS WG began in 2010 as a public-private partnerships pilot project out of the USG; grew into a free-standing, member-supported community; and is now an element of the American Security Project. Members include hundreds of representatives of both public and private-sector entities, including regulatory, intelligence, defense, and law enforcement agencies; financial institutions; think tanks; consultancies; and colleges and universities.

Speakers:

  • Celina Realuyo, Professor of Practice of National Security Affairs, William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, National Defense University: „Colombian Efforts to Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing”
  • Dr. Lucas Brown, RedOwl Analytics: „Analyzing Employee Behavior to Fight Fraud in the Era of Big Data” 
  • CDR Dave Gefell, US Coast Guard, Executive Officer, USCG Intelligence Coordination Center and Josh Lortie, Intelligence Analyst, FBI Counterterrorism Division: „Report from the DHS-Led Private Sector Working Group on Money Laundering”
  • Joaquin Roose, Strategic Analysis, Financial Intelligence Unit, HSBC North America Holdings: „Illicit Finance Risks: Credit Union Case Study”
  • Daniel Levy, Principal, McKool Smith P.C.: „Recent U.S. Cross-Border Enforcement Efforts and the Risks That They Present For Financial Institutions”
  • Scott Dueweke, Senior Associate, Alternative Payment Systems, Booz Allen Hamilton:„Striking a Balance: The Promise and Vulnerability of New Virtual, Digital and Mobile Payment Systems”
  • Christopher A. Bidwell, JD, Senior Fellow – Nonproliferation Law and Policy, Federation of American Scientists: „The Future of Iran Sanctions – U.S., E.U. and Private Sector Interactions”  

Moderators:

  • Danielle Camner Lindholm, Co-Chair of the FIIS WG and the ABA Intl AML Committee
  • Lesley Rockwell, Co-Chair of the FIIS WG

 

Registration Rates:

$25 – Section of International Law Members
$25 – Cooperating Organization Members
$35 – SIL Non-Members

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*Registration will be waived for in-person attendance for US Government employees; please RSVP directly to Danielle Camner Lindholm at danielle.lindholm@baesystems.com*