Melissa Jameson is a director at PwC’s financial crimes unit with over a decade of anti-money laundering (AML) and sanctions compliance experience within the financial services and federal government sectors. Jameson is skilled at providing regulatory response support to financial institutions (FIs) under remediation, as well as assisting non-bank FIs (e.g., money services businesses, online gaming providers) in developing and enhancing their AML and sanctions compliance programs. Jameson is skilled at assisting clients expand into the financial services industry. She has advised some of the world’s largest technology companies to become money transmitters in the U.S.
She has extensive experience in financial crimes from having supported federal money laundering, drug trafficking and organized crime investigations as an advisor to the U.S. government.
Prior to joining PwC, she spent seven years as a senior intelligence analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton where she advised government clients on financial intelligence and money laundering matters. In this role, she provided AML and financial intelligence support to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces Fusion Center on international organized crime investigations.
Jameson consistently demonstrates deep technical expertise and strong relationship, communication and project management skills in working with a broad portfolio of clients.