In this episode, FIN Chairman Juan Zarate hosts a discussion with FIN Principal Danny Glaser and Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean José Luis Stein on U.S.-Mexico cooperation on anti-money laundering (AML). Their discussion covers why the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relationship is so important in the context of AML and financial integrity, efforts to date (to include what has been happening behind the curtain), and lessons learned, including as the U.S. turns its attention to Central and Latin America writ large.
FIN Co-Founder Juan Zarate hosts a discussion with fellow FIN Co-Founder Chip Poncy and FIN Senior Associate Eric Lorber on the recent Russia sanctions legislation passed by the United States Senate. Their discussion covers what the legislation means, the complications and implications for the bill, what's next as it makes its way through the United States House, and how Chip and Eric's testimonies before the United States Congress earlier this year helped lay the groundwork for this legislation.
FIN Co-Founder Juan Zarate hosts a discussion with FIN Senior Associate Eric Lorber on the new report released by the Center on Sanctions and Illicit Finance titled “Securing American Interests: A New Era of Economic Power.”
FIN Co-Founders Juan Zarate and Chip Poncy host a discussion with new FIN Principal Danny Glaser, who served until January 2017 as the U.S. Treasury Department's Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes. The discussion covers Danny's thoughts and reflections on his two-decade career at the U.S. Treasury, which included several of the most important policy, technical, and national security issues faced by the U.S. government.
FIN Co-Founders Juan Zarate and Chip Poncy discuss an article they authored on designing a new AML system. They touch on why they wrote the article, the challenges they see in imagining a new AML system, and how this new system can be implemented. The article, "Designing A New AML System," was released in the 2016 Q3 issue of Banking Perspectives, and can be found here.
FIN Co-Founders Juan Zarate and Chip Poncy discuss the strategic implications of the new rule on customer due diligence (CDD) issued by the United States in 2016.
We are proud to announce the launch of FINCast, our new podcast series hosted by FIN Chairman Juan Zarate and FIN President Chip Poncy. FINCast will be an exciting hub of conversation encompassing the world's most pressing financial integrity-related issues, including anti-money laundering/counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT), anti-bribery and corruption, financial and cyber crime vulnerabilities, and fin-tech and new technologies.
In the first episode of FINCast -- Is the AML/CFT System Working? -- Juan and Chip have an in-depth conversation about the importance of rethinking and rebuilding an AML/CFT system to meet the growing demands of global financial integrity. For additional context on this issue, please see Juan and Chip's' recent Banking Perspectives article entitled "Designing a New AML System."
Upcoming FINCast episodes will include conversations with other global financial integrity leaders from the public, private, academic, and NGO sectors, with unique insights and expertise to share with our growing audience.
We're excited about the launch of FINCast and look forward to your feedback. Please feel free share this episode with others who may find it valuable. For additional FIN updates, follow us on Twitter: @jczarate1 and @ryanwallerstein.
A hub of conversation focused on the world's most pressing financial integrity-related issues, including AML/CFT, anti-bribery and corruption, financial and cyber crime vulnerabilities, and fin-tech and new technologies.