Daniel L. Glaser
Global Head of Jurisdictional Service & Head of Washington, DC
Daniel L. Glaser is the Global Head of Jurisdictional Service and Head of the Washington,
DC office at K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network (K2-FIN). Daniel serves as a
senior advisor on the full range of illicit finance and AML/CFT issues to multiple
governments, and in this context works closely with central banks, finance ministries,
public prosecutors, and law enforcement agencies throughout the world. He also serves a
senior advisor to global and regional financial institutions on financial crimes compliance
and risk management, assisting the in the development and implementation of risk
assessments; policies, programs, and procedures; and training programs.
Daniel also currently serves on the board of directors of the Qatar Financial Centre
Regulatory Authority, and on the board of advisors of the Center on Economic and
Financial Power at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He previously served on
HSBC’s Middle East Financial Risk Advisory Committee.
Prior to joining K2-FIN, Daniel served as Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing and
Financial Crimes in the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Terrorism and Financial
Intelligence from May 2011 through January 2017. As Assistant Secretary, he was
responsible for formulating and coordinating counter-terrorist financing, anti-money
laundering, sanctions and other counter-illicit finance policies and strategies within the
Treasury Department and U.S. Government, and globally. Daniel’s responsibilities included
serving as co-chair of the illicit finance track of the Global Counter-ISIL Coalition and chair
of the illicit finance track of the U.S-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue. He also led
U.S. efforts to combat illicit finance through the establishment of the U.S.-Mexico Public-
Private Partnership and U.S.-GCC Public-Private Partnership. Daniel also worked closely
with the Bank of Israel and various Israeli agencies and ministries on a variety of illicit
finance matters, including efforts to secure safe financial channels between the Israeli and
Palestinian financial systems.
Daniel served previously as Treasury’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing
and Financial Crimes from November 2004 to May 2011. He also served as the head of the
U.S. Delegation to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) from 2001-2011, and served as
co-chair of FATF’s International Cooperation Review Group from 2007-2017.
Earlier in his career, Daniel served as the inaugural Director of the Treasury Department’s
Executive Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes and as Senior Counsel for
Financial Crimes in the Treasury’s Office of the General Counsel. He also served as an
attorney for the U.S. Secret Service.
Daniel holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School and a B.A. from the University of Michigan.