Marc Maramag is a vice president in the anti-financial crime control-testing unit of Deutsche Bank. He has over 25 years of experience working in various financial institutions, with over 15 years in internal audit and 10 years in finance and accounting. While in audit, Maramag obtained multiple professional designations: the CAMS, CPA, CIA, CISA, and CFSA and was previously registered in Series 7 and 63. He has been an active member of ACAMS, serving as a faculty and review board member of the CAMS-Audit specialized designation, and has previously been on the executive boards of the ACAMS Northern New Jersey and ACAMS Greater Boston Chapters. Maramag is an advocate of leveraging technology to maximize testing efficiencies and he constantly identifies new and effective strategies and tactical approaches to use data analytics in the fields of compliance and audit. He has also been invited as a resource person to speak at several conferences and has conducted ACAMS webinars on the topics of artificial intelligence and data analytics. Maramag is a graduate of the Global Executive MBA program of IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the City University of New York.