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2014 AMLA Terrorism Threats & Compliance Meeting

Educating & Motivating Employees

The Barack Ferrazzano Financial Institutions Group hosts The Anti-Money Laundering Association (AMLA) "Terrorism Threats & Compliance" meeting. Join industry professionals to learn from the FBI about current trends related to domestic and international threats, with a focus on compliance challenges; motivating employees and the need for partnership with the private sector in combating terrorism. Jane Rhodes-Wolfe, Section Chief of the Exploitation Threat Section, Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters - Washington, D.C., is the featured speaker of this meeting.

The AMLA is a national membership-based organization founded to help financial professionals accomplish their BSA/AML compliance obligations, while presenting the training, information, and network necessary to protect financial institutions and prevent financial crimes.

Click here for more information about the meeting and how to register.


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