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The administrative webinar will review program logistics, timelines and other details Participants will be required to complete pre-class assignments prior to attending the classroom session.
Participants should plan to spend 8 – 10 hours reading, researching and completing exercises that will be used in the classroom session.
Later in 2011, he was promoted to his current position.
His professional experience includes 9 years working as a legal counsel for large corporations in Venezuela such as Banco Venezolano de Crédito, Banco de Venezuela, Movilnet and CANTV.
His assignments have included the coordination of international financial investigations while stationed as an assistant DEA attaché to the U. Embassy in Switzerland and overseeing money laundering investigations while assigned to DEA’s Office of Financial Investigations. In this role, Jim supports the Chief AML Officer across all facets of Capital One’s AML program.
After leaving the government, Bill has held analytical and management positions at Wachovia Bank and Citibank, and was a financial investigator for the U. Before joining Capital One, Jim served as the Bank Secrecy Act Officer at Ally Financial, where he was responsible for all Anti-Money Laundering activities and Ally’s Financial Crimes Intelligence Unit as well as other compliance activities.
Jim attended the University of Dayton School of Law where he was named to the Law Review.All pre-class assignments will be tied to classroom activities.The live Program is comprised of: Candidates wishing to apply for the CAMS-FCI designation must maintain an active CAMS designation and submit documentation supporting they have met the required 20 qualifying credits based on a combination of: Michael is currently supporting Promontory Financial Group in a variety of regulatory and compliance functions at international and domestic financial institutions with a specialization in transaction monitoring, risk assessment, KYC, and training.He has 38 years of experience in technical/financial communications and training and organizational/interpersonal communications. In addition, he currently serves on the ACAMS Today Editorial Advisory Board and is a regular contributor to the magazine.His specialties are AML/BSA/CTF/OFAC compliance and information assurance/cyber security communications/training. Byrne is a nationally known regulatory and legislative attorney with close to 30 years of experience in a vast array of financial services issues, with particular expertise in all aspects of regulatory oversight, policy and management, anti-money laundering (AML), privacy and consumer compliance.
He also holds a Certificate in International Trust Management from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) in 2008, and the Finra Series 7 (General Securities Representative), and Finra Series 24 (General Securities Principal) licenses.