Thursday, May 21, 2020 12 PM ET | 60 Minutes
Every month we host an interactive, “office hours” style webinar during which we answer all questions related to cannabis banking.
Paul Dunford, Green Check Co-Founder and Director of Program Development, will be sitting down with Amy Bean, CAMS, Financial Crimes Manager at Crowe LLP. Amy is a subject-matter expert in cannabis banking and will be sharing her experience with assisting financial institutions in understanding control environments, areas of risk, and aiding in the development of CRB policies and procedures.
During the first half of the session they'll discuss the regulatory landscape, operational insights and best practices for developing a cannabis banking program. For the second half of the session Paul and Amy will be taking questions from the audience, so we invite you to join the discussion!
Financial Crimes Manager
Amy Bean is a manager in the Crowe Financial Crimes Consulting practice with more than ten years of diverse financial and regulatory experience. Amy specializes in the areas of BSA/AM/CTF regulatory compliance, regulatory response, model risk management, and model validations. Amy is also one of Crowe’s SME’s in Cannabis Banking and has assisted financial institutions in understanding control environments, areas of risk, and aiding in the development of CRB policies and procedures. In addition, Amy has extensive experience with international regulations and managing complex domestic and international teams. Amy is a certified member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Marshall University and her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from West Virginia University.
Co-Founder, Dir. of Program Development
Green Check Verified
Paul is a co-founder of Green Check Verified, where he is the Director of Program Development. Paul oversees the development and management of compliance programs for Green Check Verified’s clients, with a focus on state-level compliance as well as compliance around federal guidance.