This event is for the NYLS community only. Outside visitors will not be admitted.
Financial institutions engage in a constant battle to prevent criminals, terrorists, and others from disguising the proceeds from their illegal activities and passing them through the global financial system. What are some of the basic anti-money laundering (AML) laws? How do they work and are they effective? What duties and responsibilities do companies, banks, and other institutions have under AML? Are these laws being updated as criminals undertake more sophisticated methods to avoid detection?
Elizabeth Nochlin ’91, Director of the Investigations and Intelligence Division at the New York Department of Financial Services, will discuss these and other questions during her lunch talk.
The Ronald H. Filler Institute for Financial Services Law is housed within the Center for Business and Financial Law.