Tatiana Turculet has been working in consulting since 2014 after joining Deloitte’s Risk Advisory Department. She has been involved in highly complex audit, regulatory and forensic projects with top-tier banks in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. In addition, Turculet has experience in banking and financial compliance, financial crime, anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF), as well as data protection.
Prior to working at Deloitte, Turculet worked at the European Investment Bank (part of the EIB Group) in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg and at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Budget in Brussels, Belgium. Professional experience gained within the EIB’s Compliance Department, in matters related to AML/CTF, know your customer, due diligence, together with sanctions and embargoes, was a decisive factor in her choice to further pursue this field.
Turculet graduated with a Master of Law and Business degree in 2013 from two prominent German universities: Bucerius Law School and WHU—Otto Beisheim School of Management, with a focus on EU capital markets law. She became an ACAMS member in January 2016 and obtained her CAMS certification four months later. In addition, she is part of the European Task Force and a contributor for EU-related topics.