Establishing an Effective AML Program (PDF)
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The U.N. Office on Drugs & Crime estimates that moneylaundered in a year is 2-5% of global GDP, or $800 billion to $2 trillion U.S. dollars, and the number is rising. Addressing the decline in effectiveness in combatting money laundering is a complex challenge that cannot be solved with more regulation or individual firms increasing the funding for their programs. This EIA examines areas that potentially have a dramatic impact on global industry.
Professor William H. Byrnes: Associate Dean of Texas A&M University School of Law. William has been commissioned by a number of governments for guidance on tax and professional education policy. In 1994 William pioneered online legal education, and in 1998 created the first online LL.M. acquiesced by the ABA. He speaks globally on best practices for distance education.
Dr. Robert J. Munro: Professor (Adjunct), Texas A&M University School of Law.
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