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U.S. enforcement - assessing the risks for non-U.S. banks

U.S. enforcement - assessing the risks for non-U.S. banks

 

08 October 2019

Allen & Overy New York partners, Eugene Ingoglia and Todd Fishman, and former associate, Rachel Agress, reflected on U.S. regulatory and enforcement risks, as participants on a panel at the Mexican Banking Association (ABM) International Seminar on Prevention of Money Laundering and Combating Terrorism Financing.

Alongside Narciso Campos Cuevas, Partner at Mexican law firm Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C., former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Assistant Secretary for Banking, Securities and Savings at the Ministry of the Treasury in Mexico, they addressed recent trends and developments, including the latest U.S. anti-money laundering enforcement actions, regulatory focus on correspondent banking and de-risking, and emerging issues in follow-on private civil litigation.

The ABM conference spanned two days and was attended by over 900 participants from the Mexican banking sector.​​​​​​​​​​

 

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