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Sao Paolo – Best Practices for Financial Crime Compliance: Sanctions and Virtual Currencies
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As financial crime continues to evolve, regulators around the world are confronted with a decentralized technological paradigm that can be difficult to regulate. As the use of virtual currencies develops, and sanctions continue to be implemented around the world consistent regulatory responses are expected. But, what exactly are the underlying risks and opportunities for financial integrity?
Plan to join us on Thursday, September 5th, from 8:30 – 11:00 am, as we discuss best practices to stay compliant in a world where financial crime is highly anticipated.
Ana Paula P. Candeloro
Graduou-se em Direito pela USP. Possui Extensões na Harvard Law School, Stanford Business School, Fordham Law School e Fundação Getúlio Vargas. É Especialista em Governança Corporativa, Conselheira Independente Certificada pelo IBGC. Pós-graduada em Sustainable Business e Mestre em Sustainability Leadership, ambos pela Universidade de Cambridge, Inglaterra. Jurada do 15° Prêmio Abrasca de Melhor Relatório Anual. Foi membro do Colegiado de Apoio ao Conselho do IBGC – Conduta (2015-2017) e membro do Grupo de Excelência do Pacto Global do Conselho Regional de Administração. Possui 27 anos de experiência no mercado financeiro internacional e 19 anos de atuação em Compliance, tendo trabalhado como Foreign Associate do Mayer Brown, Nova Iorque, do Studio Legale Carnelutti, Milão e de diversas instituições financeiras multinacionais. Hoje atua como Diretora de Compliance da RB Capital.
Joseph joined Accuity as VP of Strategy and Alliances following the acquisition of Safe Banking Systems in July 2018 where he was Chief Innovation Officer. In his current role, Joe has global responsibility for creating, evaluating, and managing strategic relationships with potential partners, joint ventures, acquisition candidates, regulators, and supporting Accuity commercial efforts through thought leadership and advocacy.
He brings a broad perspective to his Accuity VP role, having worked as practitioner, solutions vendor and regulator. Prior to joining SBS, Joseph served as SVP, Head of Global Risk Analytics at HSBC and was responsible for all transaction monitoring and name screening analytics. He managed teams engaged in all aspects of model governance in relation to AML analytics, design, development, optimization, model validation and remediation.
Previously, he held various positions working with and for some of the world’s leading technology solutions providers and spent seven years in the U.S. Treasury, Office of Technical Assistance (OTA). At OTA, he worked as Senior Advisor on Economic Crimes, and U.S. Treasury Attaché liaison to the South American FATF to engage with the U.S. Treasury, the U.S. Department of State, USAID, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, Organization of American States, the Financial Action Task Force and other organizations to provide information technology solutions to combat financial crime through technical assistance programs.
Joseph has over 25 years of experience in the financial industry. More than 15 years have been spent within the Compliance industry, working to mitigate money laundering and other financial crime risks through the use of technology specific to AML/FCC initiatives. He has provided training, technical assistance, and guidance to both public and private sectors in over 40 countries.
As an AML subject matter expert, he has spoken at various industry events, notably ACAMS and FATF Plenaries, and has provided expert AML/CFT commentary to a number of international publications.
Joseph is also the co-chair of the New York City Alumni Club for The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.