Alison K. Jimenez is president of Dynamic Securities Analytics, Inc., where she utilizes her extensive background in the financial industry to consult and provide expert witness testimony on complex matters involving financial crime, fraud and anti-money laundering (AML). Jimenez's expertise centers on the quantitative analysis of large datasets.
Jimenez has been retained as a testifying expert in federal and state courts, international arbitration and regulatory enforcement actions on various financial crime issues, including bribery/corruption, money laundering, bank fraud and Ponzi schemes.
Jimenez is an active member of ACAMS. She currently serves on the ACAMS Education Task Force and Exam Task Force, and was previously a member of the Central Florida Chapter board. In addition, Jimenez has presented on numerous ACAMS conference panels and webinars.
Jimenez has published multiple articles on financial crime topics, including in the ACAMS Today magazine, and her original research on AML issues (often centering on suspicious activity reports) has been cited by The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, ACAMS moneylaundering.com and American Banker.
Previously, Jimenez worked at a large financial services firm and was a securities regulator. She holds a master's degree in economics and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).