The Disconnect Between AML/ML and Asset Forfeiture Investigations
About this event
TCAE is excited to invite Stephen Scott, international AML consultant, investigator and licensed private investigator at S. Scott (AML) and Security Consulting and Aidan Larkin, Chief Executive Officer at Asset Reality to share their insights about asset forfeiture investigations. In this Knowledge Series Roundtable you will be provided with a description and greater awareness of asset forfeiture as a goal in police investigations. Consideration that state legislated asset forfeiture is a primary driver of law enforcement investigations may encourage reporting entities to add additional and relevant information to the content of STRs. This will add value to police investigations of criminals and those who enable criminals to launder the proceeds of crime in order to deprive them of assets, a certain lifestyle and increase government revenues or compensate victims of crime.
- Gain greater knowledge of the goals and objectives of law enforcement money laundering and asset forfeiture investigations
- Get more insight on civil and criminal asset forfeiture concepts and provisions and the resultant law enforcement and government management of forfeited assets thereby increasing buy in to support an AML compliance program and the overall AML compliance regime in their respective jurisdictions
- Be able to apply the understanding of law enforcement priorities to produce higher quality STRs