Linda Roybal is an executive director of JP Morgan Chase and currently the AML training director for the company.
Together with her team, Roybal leads the design, development and execution of AML training initiatives across the company including mandatory courses, AML curriculums, competency standards and investigative training. In this global capacity, Roybal chairs a governance team comprised of AML compliance officers from the business lines. Roybal credits her many years of experience in banking, AML and training as the perfect background for this role.
She is a 40 year banking veteran who has held many key roles moving from teller to branch and regional manager posts followed by strategy, risk, compliance and training positions. She has managed training initiatives, including credit training, banker curriculums and created some of the earliest computer based modules. Roybal became engaged in AML compliance in 2002 when she created an AML compliance team in the retail division. She holds a B.S. in Business Management, certified qualifications as a Six Sigma/Black Belt, Training Specialist and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a speaker at ASTD-NY, International Association of E-Learning, and the 2012 ACAMS conference. Roybal is also the co-chair of the ACAMS advanced certification task force.