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Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Terrorist Financing

 

Committee Members

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NameFirmChapter
Ellen Clark
Staff Liaison
New York State Society of CPAs Manhattan/Bronx
Peter F. Heuzey
Chair
PKF O'Connor Davies, LLPManhattan/Bronx
Michael J. Angerhauser Adam Shay CPA, PLLCWestchester
Joseph P. Athy Unknown Industry/Commerce CompanyManhattan/Bronx
S. David Belsky
S.D. Belsky & Associates CPAs Rockland
William Burns
Bursn Risk ManagementManhattan/Bronx
Jack M. Carr Bailey, Carr CPAs, P.C.Rochester
Kevin P. Caulfield Navigant Consulting, Inc.Manhattan/Bronx
Cheryl A. Cornwell Internal Revenue Service Buffalo
Matthew A. Croghan Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLPNassau
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About the Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Terrorist Financing Committee

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Committee Action Plan

Who We Are

We are a technical committee comprised of CPA professionals focused on providing subject matter expertise relating to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and anti-money laundering (AML) compliance; counter terrorist financing, sanctions and other related matters including financial crimes and corruption.

What We Do

The Committee provides a broad and continuous forum for sustaining subject matter expertise relevant to CPAs practicing in the area of anti-money laundering and related matters through:

  • Building strategic relationships with Society members, other professional accountants, regulators, prosecutors, law enforcement agencies, industry representatives, academics and other professional organizations involved in the anti-money laundering compliance practice area.
  • Supporting the evolution of BSA/AML regulation by preparing Comment Letters in response to FinCEN's and other federal regulators' proposed rule making
  • Contributing to the body of literature relevant to CPAs engaged in the BSA/AML practice area through academic research and publications.
  • Sponsoring BSA/AML educational programs targeted to CPAs including conferences, workshops and webinars
  • Serving as a trusted resource for CPAs engaged in the BSA/AML compliance.

Who Should Join

The following CPAs will benefit from participating on the AML&CTF Committee:

  • CPAs with clients who have existing BSA/AML compliance requirements
  • CPAs engaged in providing BSA/AML related services
  • CPAs considering a BSA/AML practice area
  • CPAs in industries with BSA/AML requirements
  • Academics interested in publishing and developing BSA/AML curricula
  • Students interested in developing BSA/AML awareness and expertise