Meeting the Deadlines and Challenges of Implementing

AML Compliance For Insurance

Thursday, April 05, 2007

About

Are your SARs indicators adequate? Is your training program effective? Does your AML auditing program use established best practices?

To help you ensure that you meet your legal obligations, this American Conference Institutepublication has been custom-tailored to provide insurance companies with practical information and hand-on strategies to develop and update an entire AML program — from implementation, to training, to testing and auditing. A top faculty of compliance professionals and attorneys will give you valuable insights on:
  • SARS, OFAC lists and CIP regulations: ensuring compliance and strategies for incorporating developing standards on detection and reporting into your compliance program
  • Techniques and guidance on conducting investigations of suspect activity
  • Testing, oversight and training for AML programs
  • Best practices for overseeing, training and controls for agents and brokers
Make sure you have the right information, strategies and tactics to ensure your institution is prepared to meet its anti-money laundering obligations in time! Register early to ensure your place.

Contents & Contributors

About

Are your SARs indicators adequate? Is your training program effective? Does your AML auditing program use established best practices?

To help you ensure that you meet your legal obligations, this American Conference Institutepublication has been custom-tailored to provide insurance companies with practical information and hand-on strategies to develop and update an entire AML program — from implementation, to training, to testing and auditing. A top faculty of compliance professionals and attorneys will give you valuable insights on:
  • SARS, OFAC lists and CIP regulations: ensuring compliance and strategies for incorporating developing standards on detection and reporting into your compliance program
  • Techniques and guidance on conducting investigations of suspect activity
  • Testing, oversight and training for AML programs
  • Best practices for overseeing, training and controls for agents and brokers
Make sure you have the right information, strategies and tactics to ensure your institution is prepared to meet its anti-money laundering obligations in time! Register early to ensure your place.

Contents & Contributors

ENSURING YOUR AML PROGRAM COMPLIES WITH THE NEW REQUIREMENTS
Brian Loutrel, New York Life
Therese Obringer, Lincoln Financial
Tracy DeWald, Ameritrade

MANAGING SPECIAL AML ACTIVITIES
Mike Doberstein, Northwestern Mutual
A. Kenneth Fine, Western Reserve Life Assurance
David Pickett, Hartford Life Insurance Companies

AML COMPLIANCE FOR INSURANCE
Richard Jacobs, Federal Bureau of Investigations

INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS OF SUSPECTED MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITY
Dwight P. Bostwick, Baach Robinson & Lewis PLLC
Kirby D. Behre, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP

AML AUDITS
Saskia Rietbroek-Garces, Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists

TALKING POINTS: "MONEY LAUNDERING: A GLOBAL MENACE"
Lauren L. Pickett, Citigroup



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