ZEK’s David Chenkin to Speak at 2016 Puerto Rican Symposium of Anti Money Laundering on Trade Based Money Laundering and the Personal Liability of Compliance Officers
On February 24, 2016, ZEK’s David B. Chenkin will speak at the 2016 Puerto Rican Symposium of Anti Money Laundering, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Mr. Chenkin will be a panel member on two panels at the Symposium. One panel will discuss Trade Based Money Laundering; the other panel will discuss the Personal Liability of Compliance Officers for money laundering activity.
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David B. Chenkin chairs ZEK’s Anti-Money Laundering / Financial Crime and Government Investigations groups.
For over thirty years, Mr. Chenkin has represented major corporations and senior executives in complex civil litigation and government investigations. He has counseled clients in many significant investigations conducted by the United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (“PSI”), and by federal, state and local prosecutors and regulators. Nationally recognized for expertise in these areas, and anti-money laundering (“AML”) compliance, Chenkin is often asked to collaborate with other firms whose clients face government investigations, financial crime/AML-related inquiries, civil litigation or prosecutions.
Chenkin is a frequent speaker on these topics, including at functions and training sessions sponsored by law enforcement and regulators. He also provides in-house training to global companies and other law firms, participates in industry working groups with law enforcement and counterterrorism organizations, and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist.