Global enforcement actions and penalties for non-compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) regulations have been on the rise. Recent changes to the U.S. AML regime included in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (NDAA) have significantly expanded the government’s ability to pursue perpetrators of financial crime, following similar requirements already in place in Europe and the United Kingdom, and to enforce compliance rules and expectations.

FRA Partner Emma Hodges and Matt Reinhard, Member at Miller & Chevalier, will moderate a fascinating conversation with our panelists Charlie Steele, FRA Partner and former FinCEN Deputy Director and OFAC Chief Counsel; Brian Flemming, Member at Miller & Chevalier; and Sarah Runge, Global Head FCC Regulatory Strategy at Credit Suisse, on the current state of AML implementation and enforcement, including: