Lynn Na Li is an experienced anti-money laundering (AML) professional with over 13 years of related experience. In 2012, she received her Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification. She has worked in leading international banks, such as Mitsubishi, Sumitomo, BEA, and has headed AML departments. She also worked for Alibaba Group, the biggest Chinese online commerce company, leading legal, compliance, AML and the internal audit function. Currently, Li is the head of financial crime compliance at Standard Chartered Bank (China) Limited, leading a team of professionals in AML, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption.
Li is also actively involved in the industrial events to promote better industrial practice and communication. She has been invited as a speaker at numerous ACAMS summits in China and has led her team to hold four AML Forums in Shanghai.
In 2006, Li represented China's banking industry by cooperating with FATF's initial mutual evaluation of China.
In 2008, Li led her team to help the People's Bank of China, the AML regulator in China, to establish the framework for the Anti-Money Laundering International Practice and Reference book and was responsible for the composition of the chapter "Japan AML practice." In addition, she was recently elected as the vice chairman of the AML working group of Shanghai Banking Association.