Speaker is a partner, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP, Washington, D.C. adjunct professor, Texas A&M Law Faculty, author of INTERNATIONAL WHITE COLLAR CRIME: CASES AND MATERIALS (Cambridge U. Press, 2d ed., 2015) and editor of the International Enforcement Law Reporter (www.ielr.com) for a discussion of the increasing criminal and enforcement risks of intermediaries, including financial institutions and lawyers, for cross-border crimes; board member, Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS); board member, ACFCS, D.C. Chapter; since 1981, a registered agent under the Foreign Agent Registration Act; long-time consultant for governments and international organizations under financial services regulation and enforcement.
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In the last couple of decades, the world has experienced growing prosecutions of intermediaries for cross-border financial crimes. A U.S. bank was convicted by a Spanish court for moving money in the Pinochet criminal investigation instead of freezing it. The U.S. and State of New York have brought criminal cases against banks for a variety of financial crimes, especially economic sanctions. The U.S. DOJ ha..