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2013 The AMLA Chicago Event (Chicago, IL)

When:  Wednesday, May 22, 2013 
            9:00 to 11:00 AM CT
            10:00 to 12:00 EST 
            8:00 to 10:00 MT

Where: Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP 200 West Madison Street, Suite 3900 Chicago, Illinois 60606-3465 
          Parking garage available. 

Barack Ferrazzano Financial Institutions Group is hosting the AMLA Chicago Event Wednesday, May 22, 2013 featuring FBI Special Agents French and Colligan who will discuss two recent mortgage fraud cases: one involving the use of overnight (or "same day") lenders and the demise of a title company and one involving foreclosure rescue fraud. Due to the confidentiality of information the event will not be recorded therefore if you are unable to attend in person it will be available via webinar.

Speakers: Special Agent, Jennifer French and Special Agent Brad Colligan, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Jennifer French joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1996 and was assigned to the Chicago Office. After four months on the New Agent squad, she was assigned to the Financial Institutions Fraud (FIF) squad, which continues to be her current assignment. The main focus of her FBI investigative work is Commercial Loan Fraud and Mortgage Fraud, and her various cases have included counts of money laundering, bank fraud, mail and wire fraud, obstruction, conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud.

Cost: Non-AMLA Members $50.00 per person. Regulators/Government attend free. First time participants attend free. Prior participant status is based on organization attendance and not individual.

Payment: Make checks payable to the Anti-Money Laundering Association, PO Box 577, Winter Park, FL 32790. Payment must be received prior to event.
Credit Hours: Obtain 2.0 BSA/AML credit hours. 1 ACAMS point. NAFCU and CUNA approved credits available. Other trade associations accept AMLA credits.

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