Samantha is a Director in the Global Investigations and Compliance Practice in Washington, DC. She has sixteen years of combined experience in providing forensic, investigative and BSA/AML compliance services to a variety of domestic and international financial institutions. She has worked comprehensively within the Global Investigation and Compliance Practice providing a compilation of BSA/AML/OFAC services to a variety of clients including domestic and international banks and financial institutions. Samantha also has significant experience in providing forensic accounting, investigative, and project management services for a variety of public and private entities.
Samantha has been involved in a collection of BSA/AML related services and projects for domestic and global financial institutions including wholesale, commercial and consumer commercial banks, and money services businesses. She also assisted in independent testing, gap assessments, and monitorship engagements for various domestic and international financial institutions. Her extensive experience includes assessing and monitoring customer due diligence programs including adherence to U.S and international regulations and best practices. Further, she assisted with the identification, testing and remediation of gaps within the customer due diligence programs of financial institutions. Samantha conducted and assisted in the documentation and drafting of comprehensive AML/OFAC risk assessments including products and services focused risk assessments.
Earlier in her career, Samantha managed several engagement teams involving complex accounting and SEC reporting issues. Engagements included in-depth review and analyses of accounting records, company practices, historically filed financial statements and independent auditor workpapers.
B.S., Accounting and Human Resource Management, University of Maryland, College Park