Treasury Issues 2015 National Money Laundering Risk Assessment, Highlights Vulnerabilities and Risks of MSBs

Treasury Issues 2015 National Money Laundering Risk Assessment, Highlights Vulnerabilities and Risks of MSBs

On Friday, June 12, 2015 the U.S. Department of Treasury issued National Money Laundering Risk Assessment (NMLRA) and the National Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment (NTFRA).  According to Treasury, the purpose of these assessments is to help the public and private sectors understand the money laundering and terrorist financing methods used in the United States, the risks that these… more

What We Said: ACAMS 3rd Annual AML & Financial Crimes Conference Canada

On June 8, 2015, Stratis Advisory’s Brian Stoeckert participated on a virtual currency panel entitled “Retooling Compliance Programs to Address Virtual Currencies” at the ACAMS 3rd Annual AML& Financial Crimes Conference in Toronto, Canada. The panel tackled a number of issues regarding Canadian and U.S. AML regulation of virtual currency use, companies operating in the ecosystem, and predictions… more

Article Published: Virtually Here – Bitcoin, But the Beginning

In the May edition of Money Laundering Bulletin, the magazine for career-minded professionals in the anti-money laundering field, Stratis managing partner, Brian Stoeckert, authored “Virtually Here – Bitcoin, But the Beginning.”  Money Laundering Bulletin, based in the United Kingdom, brings the latest analysis of money laundering regulation, methods, trends and policing, helping members avoid anti-money laundering breaches in organisations… more

Article Published: Virtual Currencies Continue to Peek Through the Shadows

In the March-May edition of ACAMSToday, the magazine for career-minded professionals in the anti-money laundering field, Stratis managing partner, Brian Stoeckert, authored “virtual currencies continue to peek through the shadows.” ACAMSToday is distributed to the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) international community, which consists of bankers, regulators, lawyers, accountants, law enforcement officials, etc. The article covers… more