Season 1, Episode 5
From Cops To Compliance
Interview with Don Temple & Garry Clement
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Have a seat at the table with three retired law enforcement officers who each followed the money. Learn how they moved up the ranks to specialize in combating financial crime during the onset of so many of todays anti money laundering (AML) regulations. Regulations that came to shape some of todays most important aspects of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). Hear the harrowing descriptions of their early undercover and investigative days all told with the levity of humor that officers who have faced the ultimate danger often share with one another. Learn from their experience as they share their opinions on how AML programs both in law enforcement and in the private sector could be improved and what they project for the world of AML. Join:
– Kevin Sullivan, CAMS, CCI, retired New York State Police and Federal Agent who held the position of New York State Money Laundering Investigations Coordinator with one of the worlds largest financial crime task forces
– Don Temple, retired Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) who helped form and led the Financial Investigative Task Force (FITF)
– Garry Clement, retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) who held the position as the National Director of the Proceeds of Crime Program
Don’t miss this entertaining and informative episode of C Notes! This episode will leave you wanting another “choir practice”.
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