Season 1, Episode 6
The Quarrels with Morals
Trading Profit on Falling Morals
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A conversation with Senior Financial Crime Professional Holger Pauco-Dirscherl, CAMS, CGSS, CAMS-Audit, CAMS-Risk Management. Holger provides key insights into how and why some personnel, compliance programs, and/or financial institutions go down that dark road of questionable morals. Where actions can leave an institution, the individual, and all of us at risk of the repercussion of a failure to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
Kevin Sullivan, CAMS, CCI provides his law enforcement perspective to the conversation when going down that dark road of questionable morals crosses over into unlawful and prosecutable actions. Kevin and Holger discuss ways to bolster a healthy culture of compliance as well as potential safeguards that can be implemented throughout the financial industry to deter individuals or institutions who go down that dark path of non-compliance.
About the Participants:
– Kevin Sullivan, CAMS, CCI, retired New York State Police and Federal Agent held the position of New York State Money Laundering Investigations Coordinator with one of the worlds largest financial crime task forces. He continues his work preventing and combating financial crime through his company The Anti Money Laundering (AML) Training Academy which provides global AML training and advisory solutions.
– Holger Pauco-Dirscherl, CAMS, CGSS, is a passionate Senior Financial Crime Professional who has worked in various Anti-Financial Crime and Compliance roles, starting as an analyst and working his way up to a global position with one of Germany’s biggest banks before moving into a consulting role.
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