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Anti-Money Laundering 

Reduce risk in a complex global landscape


Our Anti-Money Laundering (AML) team helps securities, insurance, banking, and other institutions meet their responsibility to prevent, detect, and respond to money laundering and anti-terrorism financing through the development of a strong AML compliance regime. We assist numerous institutions in assessing and implementing AML compliance programs domestically and internationally, and in investigating complex money laundering and fraud schemes.

How we help

  • Risk identification and categorization of customers, correspondents, products, and locations
  • Assessment of AML infrastructure, including compliance program design, business processes, and work and information management
  • AML policy and procedures design and implementation
  • Performing independent reviews required under Canada's Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and the counterpart legislative requirements in the US and UK
  • AML training program design and delivery
  • Identification and investigation of suspicious transactions and accounts
  • Assistance with inquiries from law enforcement and regulators.

Featured publication

Global Anti-Money Laundering Survey 2014


This survey explores the ways in which organizations are preventing, detecting, and responding to AML compliance risks.

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James McAuley

James McAuley

Partner, Advisory Services, Forensic


eDiscovery Services

The last decade has seen organizations invest significant resources in new technologies that have often led to massive information creation and storage. The growth of information received, created, and stored in organizations will continue to accelerate at rates not seen before. This, combined with the demands of electronic discovery, creates significant challenges, risks, and costs for organizations. To find out more on how we can help, click here.

Our Featured Publications

In KPMG’s new white paper entitled, Virtually Unregulated, we analyze the recent changes to Anti-Money Laundering (AML) issues connected with virtual currencies. The virtual currency industry has been under increased scrutiny to implement robust AML controls by regulators, investors, and businesses alike.