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On September 5, Partners Anne Cortina Perry and Charles Riely will participate in a panel discussion at the Association of Corporate Counsel, New York City Compliance Institute. Titled “The Basics of an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance Program: Practical Tips and Common Pitfalls to Avoid,” the program will highlight what in-house lawyers need to know to effectively handle issues of this nature and highlight the keys to an effective AML program. The speakers will also discuss how to create an AML program that works and highlight common hazards to avoid. The event will take place at Fordham Law School.
Ms. Perry guides clients facing governmental or regulatory investigations, conducts internal investigations, and advises her clients on developing and improving effective, risk-based compliance programs. Her substantive experience spans a variety of areas including financial crime, antitrust, corruption and employment. She is a member of the firm’s following practices: Investigations, Compliance and Defense; Litigation; and Trademark, Advertising and Unfair Competition.
Mr. Riely is a partner in the Investigations, Compliance and Defense Practice at Jenner & Block LLP. As a lawyer at the SEC for more than a decade, he handled a number of significant matters, working extensively with criminal authorities in parallel investigations, and developing deep expertise in all aspects of the federal securities laws. Among other matters, he worked on investigations and enforcement cases involving broker dealers’ obligations under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 to file suspicious activity reports (“FinCEN”). He also regularly worked with the compliance examiners and other professionals that conduct compliance inspections and examinations of regulated investment advisers and broker-dealers in New York.