ACAMS Delaware Chapter: The Power of Sharing AML Information

The ACAMS Delaware Chapter hosted a virtual webinar in August titled “Conducting More Effective Customer Due Diligence: Requirements, Best Practices and Trends to Watch.”1 The event had over 100 registered participants and proved to be an informative session, even for seasoned anti-money laundering (AML) veterans. Ola Tucker, J.D., the author of The Flow of Illicit Funds: A Case Study Approach to Anti-Money Laundering Compliance, provided a detailed presentation and examples of how banks can demonstrate effective customer due diligence. The training focused on how this data interrelates to the Bank Secrecy Act, AML and customer identification program compliance requirements. Tucker also demonstrated her teaching background as she is an adjunct instructor at Widener University.

COVID-19 has made a dent in our leadership ranks for chapter board positions. We look forward to returning to in-person training events and the ability to gather with our members around the holidays. If you are interested in serving on the ACAMS Delaware Chapter Board, please reach out to Chris King (contact information below).

Please watch our website for upcoming events.2

Chris King, M.S., CAMS, CFE, co-director, ACAMS Delaware Chapter,

  1.  “ACAMS Delaware Chapter August 2022 Virtual Event: Conducting More Effective Customer Due Diligence Requirements, Best Practices, and Trends to Watch,” ACAMS
  2. ACAMS Delaware Chapter,

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