Americas

The Americas Regional Chapter is headed by Patricia Sullivan and focuses on fighting financial crime across the US, Canada and LATAM region.

Overview

The Americas regional chapter is a diverse group of financial crime risk management experts across Canada, US and LATAM. The chapter’s experts have decades of public and private side experience as former criminal prosecutors, regulators, policy makers, and anti- financial crime leaders at financial institutions and professional service firms.

The Americas chapter is focused on influencing key financial crime reform agendas in the US and Canada, and targeted advocacy in certain LATAM countries to reduce friction and enhance effectiveness in the fight against financial crime.

Past achievements include submissions to US FinCEN rule making proposals under the 2020 Anti-Money Laundering Act and ongoing advocacy to join FinCEN’s Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group.

 

The Americas Regional Chapter is headed by Patricia Sullivan. The GCFFC would like to thank also it’s inaugural chair Sarah Runge for her leadership of the Americas Chapter from 2020-2023

Chair

Patricia Sullivan

Patricia Sullivan serves as the Global Head of Financial Crime and Compliance Business Control and Oversight for the Investment Bank and Corporate Bank at Deutsche Bank. With two decades of financial industry experience, she has successfully led initiatives to strengthen AML, Sanctions, Fraud, and Anti-Bribery and Corruption programs. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 2021, she held the position of Global Co-Head of Financial Crimes Compliance at Standard Chartered Bank. 

Events

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Publications

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