Kleptocracy and Your Institution
1:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM CT
Corrupt officials, both foreign and domestic, have long been a source of economic decline for countries around the globe. The U.S. financial system is a primary destination of illicit funds surrounding senior foreign political figures and political corruption. Learn the red flags of kleptocracy and how to keep your financial institution free from funds for terror financing and other illicit activity.
Join the webinar to learn:
- Ways that corrupt government leadership can create risk
- Red flags that Abrigo’s financial crime investigators have seen
- How to mitigate illicit activity and risk for your bank or credit union
Terri Luttrell, CAMS-Audit
Terri Luttrell is a seasoned AML professional and former director and AML/OFAC officer with over 20 years in the banking industry, working both in medium and large community and commercial banks ranging from $2 billion to $330 billion in asset size. She has successfully worked with institutions in developing BSA/OFAC programs, optimizing various automated solutions, and streamlining processes while ensuring all regulatory requirements are met. As the Senior Manager of Strategy and Engagement at Abrigo, Terri provides insights that contribute and support long-term banking strategies based on analysis of market and industry trends, competitor developments, and financial and regulatory technology changes. She is an audit-certified anti-money laundering specialist and a board member of the Central Texas chapter of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). Terri earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration, specializing in business and finance, from the University of North Texas.
Silvia Solano brings over five years of BSA/AML experience to Abrigo, working as a Financial Crimes Investigator. She previously served as a BSA Analyst for Lone Star National Bank, a financial institution located along the Mexican border, in what is considered to be both a high intensity drug trafficking area and a high intensity financial crimes area, and gained experience with case and alert investigations, KYC, and Suspicious Activity Report writing and filing. Silvia is fluent in English and Spanish and is experienced at translating foreign financial documents, including Mexican tax returns.