Barbara Meeks and Jules Carter to Serve as Panelist for Lorman Webinar

MVA Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Member Barbara Meeks and Associate Jules Carter will serve as panelists for the Lorman webinar titled, “BSA/AML Customer Identification Program and Due Diligence Basics” which will take place on March 11.

This webinar will provide an overview of BSA/AML/Know Your Customer (KYC) components,  including the Customer Identification Program (CIP) and beneficial owner Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Rules. They will cover key definitions and procedural issues for compliance and highlight areas of risk for enhanced due diligence. Finally, they will discuss issues experienced during the pandemic, including accelerated digitization and potential for future information from the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020.

To learn more or to register for this webinar, please click here.


About the Authors:

Barbara Meeks is a Member with the Litigation and Financial Regulatory Advice and Response teams in Moore & Van Allen’s Charlotte office. Barbara has been representing clients in the financial services industry for over twenty years. Her practice primarily focuses on financial regulatory and compliance matters, including advising on regulatory inquiries and investigations, transactions, and corporate governance. Prior to joining Moore & Van Allen, Barbara led the Global Commercial Banking Section at Wells Fargo for the Legal Department and managed legal and regulatory support for small business, dealer services, treasury management, trade services, insurance, government banking, wealth management, global retail brokerage, commercial banking and real estate. Her responsibilities also included support for activities in Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Jules Carter is an associate on Moore & Van Allen’s Litigation team. Her practice is focused primarily on complex commercial litigation and financial regulatory compliance issues. Her financial regulatory experience includes helping financial institution clients respond to regulatory enforcement actions and address the supervisory concerns of state and federal banking authorities. However, her experience is not limited to remediation efforts, as she also assists clients in their recovery and resolution planning efforts, helping prepare board governance playbooks that guide actions and decision-making by the officers and senior management of their material entities.

 

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