Aldridge Pite presenting at the ACAMS Atlanta Chapter Lunch & Learn:

“Vulnerable Money Laundering Populations: Baby Boomers to Generation Z”

Morgan Clemons
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On October 24, 2019, Aldridge Pite attorneys Morgan Clemons and Judy Newberry, attorneys in the Regulatory Compliance practice group, will discuss money laundering risks among the predominant generations living, working, engaging in e-commerce, and handling money. What defining characteristics of generations make certain populations more or less susceptible to money laundering fraud schemes? How do technology, financial acumen, and financial circumstances influence different populations? Can generational data be used for compliance purposes? What are the modern money laundering offenses and who are the modern money laundering offenders and victims? How can compliance officers and AML professionals protect their institutions, recognize risks, and prevent financial crimes? These topics will be covered, and speakers will also include a discussion of Facebook cryptocurrency and any potential money laundering effects.  The presentation will be held at the Ansley Golf Club from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. Lunch will be served. Register here.
Senior Associate Morgan Clemons is a regulatory compliance attorney with experience representing a variety of financial institutions, including banks, MSBs, and fintech companies. She advises on state-licensing requirements, Bank Secrecy Act compliance, and Electronic Funds Transfer Act/Regulation E compliance. She has attended the NACHA Payments Institute and drafted essential changes to Georgia‚Äôs money service business laws. She has assisted fintech payments and bill pay companies with establishing fifty-state footprints, advised financial institutions on initial and ongoing compliance requirements, and reviewed AML/BSA policy manuals for national financial institutions. Morgan additionally provides interactive in-house compliance training to financial institutions across the U.S.  Ms. Clemons teaches consumer financial services regulations at Emory University School of Law. Ms. Clemons may be contacted at