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Financial Crimes & Investigations

Transforming your compliance program can result in reduced risk, lowered costs, and improved efficiency. Our comprehensive approach to compliance transformation merges people, process, training, and technology solutions.

We leverage key principles of anti-money laundering, sanctions, trade and export, counter terrorism financing, white collar crime, and corruption compliance to deliver lasting results… On time. On budget.


Our services include:

  • AML Program Transformation
  • Cryptocurrency Compliance Programs
  • Sports Betting and Gaming Compliance
  • Liability & Risk Mitigation
  • Customer Due Diligence, Transaction Monitoring & Investigations
  • OFAC Screening
  • Correspondent Banking
  • NYDFS Rule 504 Compliance
  • Trade & Export Compliance (ITAR/EAR)
  • Customer De-risking
  • Independent Audit and Monitoring
  • FCPA, Fraud, and Corruption Consulting


Perspectives and Guidance

Process Transformation Perspective
A Familiar Idea: Blockchain for AML
Emerging Regulatory Crossroads: Bitcoin & Real Estate
The Compliance ROI Question
New York State Department of Financial Services - Regulation Part 504
SARS and the Onboarding Process: A&M's Michael Carter Featured in ACAMS Today


Our People

Larry Iwanski - Americas
Julian Jones - Europe
Keith Williamson - Asia
Andy Gandhi - Global Data Risk

Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) - Regulatory Compliance & Remediation

Regulatory compliance and remediation: Manage risk to protect your reputation

Economic pressures, aggressive lending and evolving compliance and conduct expectations have prompted heightened regulatory scrutiny on financial institutions, resulting in increasing frequency and severity of regulatory actions. Our regulatory risk management and remediation strategies can help institutions avoid, or mitigate the severity of, regulatory actions, penalties, fines and damaged reputations and improve compliance with existing actions.

White Collar Crime Investigations and Litigation

Either as consulting experts working behind the scenes or as testifying experts, we are routinely engaged in litigation involving both companies and individuals in white collar crime matters.