In nearly 20 years with Deloitte, Clint has been dedicated to assisting global financial institutions address complex anti-money laundering (AML), anti-corruption and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) risk and regulatory compliance challenges. He has deep experience providing AML and OFAC due diligence services in the context of M&A transactions and has led numerous engagements involving work in the US and Asia. Clint has also led several global AML/OFAC risk and program assessments and Know Your Customer (KYC) remediation efforts and has deep experience with AML transaction monitoring and OFAC/sanctions screening systems and controls.
"Firms that put consideration of compliance and integrity related risk at the center of M&A decision making can avoid costly surprises. AML and economic and trade sanctions related issues can have a direct impact on deal pricing, structure and terms and conditions.”
Clint relocated to Asia in 1998 where he directed a year-long engagement to help establish an AML regime in Indonesia, which helped lead to the launch of Indonesia’s financial intelligence unit, the equivalent to FinCEN in the U.S., and the issuance of detailed AML regulatory guidance to the banking, securities and insurance industries.
In 2004, Clint moved to Hong Kong to lead the Asia Pacific AML practice, serving financial institutions and regulatory authorities throughout the Asia Pacific region. Clint returned to the U.S. in 2008 where his clients include leading global investment and commercial banks, insurance companies and consumer finance organizations.
Clint speaks frequently on AML and OFAC issues at industry seminars and conferences. During his time in Asia he served as an instructor for a series of International Monetary Fund (IMF) organized AML/sanctions workshops for Asian regional financial sector regulators and supervisors. Clint holds a B.A. from Washington & Lee University and an M.A. from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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