Events | 07-12-22
Brandi Reynolds to speak on AML Virtual Panel: Identifying Crypto Risks and Red Flags Through Transaction Monitoring
Cryptoassets have become an increasingly visible feature of the financial services landscape - with many financial institutions beginning to offer crypto products and services. The deepening intersection between crypto and traditional finance also presents risks: banks and other financial institutions are increasingly likely to face exposure to crypto-related financial crime activity. Even banks that do not handle crypto directly can be impacted by these risks and require strategies to identify and mitigate them.
Bates Group Managing Director Brandi Reynolds, CAMS-Audit will join this expert panel (pictured above) to discuss how financial institutions can identify crypto-related financial crime risks and how to respond.
Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
Presented by: Elliptic
- Key crypto financial crime typologies and red flags impacting the banking sector
- Regulatory expectations for crypto-related financial crime risk management
- How to leverage transaction monitoring and blockchain analytics capabilities to detect crypto risks
Bates Group’s MSB, FinTech and Cryptocurrency practice offers guidance and services for fintech and cryptocurrency firms. Our subject matter experts work directly with firms and counsel to design and implement policies to ensure they are AML-compliant. Our MSB and AML Teams also implement, manage, and maintain Money Transmitter Licensing processes and engage clients with BSA/AML/OFAC Program Development, Risk Management, Training, Advisory Services, and Independent Reviews.