Rosalind Laruccia is a senior manager with RBC Global AML Compliance, managing the Global Sanctions Group. She has 13 years of experience in risk management, internal audit, AML and corporate compliance in Canada, the U.S., and the E.U. in both the telecommunications and financial services industry. Laruccia’s roles have included investigations, auditing, risk management and control, training, money laundering/counter-terrorism financing and global economic sanctions.
At RBC, Laruccia provides global economic sanctions guidance across the bank, in addition to utilizing her audit knowledge in assisting the AML compliance group with policy and other control related activities. As senior manager, she is responsible for the development and implementation of a consistent global economic sanctions program that includes payments escalations, development of key documentation, sanctions investigations, as well as to ensure the bank’s compliance with sanctions requirements within the jurisdictions that RBC operates.
As the ACAMS Greater Toronto Chapter executive secretary, Laruccia organizes and drives the chapter’s events, conferences and manages their LinkedIn group ACAMS Canada page. In addition, she works with her other chapter board members to bring AML training and discussions to various AML professionals in Toronto and the surrounding areas.