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New York Trade Finance Workshop
  • Michael Evan Avidon, Esq.
  • Partner and Co-Chair, Banking and Finance Group
  • Moses & Singer LLP
  • Mr. Michael Evan Avidon is a partner in Moses & Singer LLP, a New York City law firm, where he co-chairs the Banking & Finance Practice Group. He is widely recognized for his knowledge of letters of credit and secured transactions. His practice emphasizes secured and unsecured lending transactions, letter of credit transactions, supply chain finance, and letter of credit litigation. His letter of credit work involves standby, direct pay and commercial credits, as well as demand guarantees and bank payment obligations. Mr. Avidon’s clients include money center banks (often acting as administrative agent for a syndicate of lenders) and other financial institutions.

  • John Baranello
  • Director
  • Head of North America Trade Finance Product Management
  • Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets
  • Mr. John Baranello is the North American Head of Trade Finance Product Management at Llodys Bank Corporate Markets plc whose responsibilities include the design, creation and implementation of local and global Supply Chain & traditional Trade Finance products, associated training and marketing, and related technical and regulatory compliance. He is the Vice Chair of BAFT’s Supply Chain Finance Committee and former Chairman of the New York/Metropolitan Division of the BAFT Documentary Letter of Credit Committee involved in the review and advisory stages of the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP), the related International Standard Banking Practices (ISBP 745), International Standby Practices (ISP98), & the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG 758) – being the first to commercialize these rules in the United States.

  • Nicholas Bigami
  • Director, Independent Compliance Risk Management (ICRM)
  • Trade and Treasury Solutions
  • Citi
  • Mr. Nick Bigami leads Citi’s Independent Compliance Risk Management (ICRM) Team covering global trade in the US. Prior to joining Citi in 2015, he led the Financial Crime Compliance function for another financial institution’s Global Trade business in the US. Prior to that, he was a Senior Manager with a “Big 4” Trade and Customs Services practice and has also held compliance and commercial positions with a major international trading company. In addition to financial crime compliance, Mr. Bigami has experience working with Sanctions, Anti-Boycott, Export Control/Dual Use Goods regulations as well as with various “alphabet” banking regulations.

  • Stacey A. Facter
  • SVP, Trade Products
  • BAFT
  • Ms. Stacey Facter, has spent the last four years as Senior Vice President responsible for Trade Products at BAFT (“Bankers Association for Finance and Trade”), an affiliate of the American Bankers Association. She has oversight of all trade-related advocacy, education and product-related initiatives for the association and its membership. She participates in BAFT trade committees, product and regional councils as well as many other industry initiatives to advance the trade finance agenda of member institutions, including working toward standardizing trade definitions, documentation and regulations for industry adoption and consistent use. Ms. Facter has more than twenty-five years of experience in international banking, including over twenty years with JP Morgan Chase Bank in sales, product, secondary market distribution and risk management covering emerging markets, international trade finance, cash and securities collateral management.

  • Leonard Frady
  • Sanctions Compliance and Evaluation
  • Office of Foreign Assets Control
  • U.S. Department of Treasury
  • Mr. Leonard Frady is a Sanctions Compliance Officer with the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) in their Sanctions Compliance & Evaluation Division. Previously, Mr. Frady worked as a Senior Bank Examiner and Bank Examiner with the New York State Department of Financial Services, New York State Banking Department, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Also, he has worked as a Senior Enforcement Case Specialist with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) on BSA/AML matters, and as a Securities Compliance Examiner with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. In addition, he worked in the BSA/AML/Sanctions Compliance Department of Eagle Bank located in the Washington, DC metro area.

  • Anna Fridman
  • Co-Founder and General Counsel
  • Spring Labs
  • Ms. Anna Fridman is a seasoned attorney with deep experience in regulatory financial issues. Prior to Spring Labs, she served as the Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel at Avant, managing a team of 40+ attorneys and compliance professionals. Ms. Fridman also served as in-house counsel at Enova and holds a JD from UCLA Law.

  • Jerry Glock, CDCS
  • Vice President and Trade Advisor
  • Citi
  • Mr. Jerry Glock comes to us with over 50 years of experience in Global Trade Operations, with 25 years at Citi in various positions. For the last 14 years he has been one of Citi’s Global Trade Advisors, assisting with providing guidance in all functions of Letters of Credit (Advising Commercial / Standby L/C’s and Examination of Documents), Import and Export Collections, Reimbursements and Compliance and Potential Risk items. Mr. Glock is CDCS (Certified Documentary Credit Specialist) certified and also represents Citi as the Vice Chair on the Southeast Letter of Credit Committee which includes the Collection Committee.

  • Talal Mahmud
  • Regional Head, FCC Trade
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Mr. Talal Mahmud is in the financial crime compliance (FCC) function at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) USA looking after Advisory Function for Transaction Banking and Corporate Finance. But his primary area of expertise and coverage is to manage the FCC risk for Trade Finance business in Americas. He is also the chair of the BAFT Trade Compliance Committee. Mr. Mahmud has over 19 years of experience across Trade Finance, Treasury Operations, Transaction Banking Sale, Product Management, Corporate Banking Relationship Management, Operational Risk and now FCC. His career has seen him work in South Asia, Middle East and ASEAN before his move to USA in 2015.

  • Michael Mancusi
  • Partner
  • Arnold and Porter
  • Mr. Michael Mancusi represents domestic and foreign banks, credit unions, and other financial services clients in a wide range of state and federal regulatory, compliance, and enforcement matters. He also has substantial experience representing clients in government and corporate internal investigations, including entities subject to anti-money laundering requirements. Mr. Mancusi counsels clients facing complex corporate governance and structural issues and represents clients before key state and federal bank regulatory agencies, including gthe Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, the National Credit Union Administration, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Office of Foreign Assets Control.

  • Robert Marchal
  • Standards Business Specialist
  • SWIFT
  • Mr. Robert Marchal is the Facilitator of the Trade Finance Maintenance Working Group, and he is responsible for the evolution of the SWIFT MT messages category 4 (Collections) and 7 (Documentary L/Cs, guarantees and standby L/Cs). Mr. Marchal is also the Facilitator of the Trade Finance MT 798 Working Group, where he is responsible for bank to corporate communication. He is a member of the Legal and Digitization groups in the BPO Project’s International Chamber of Commerce, the Council on International Standby Practices (CISP), the ISO 20022 Trade SEG (Standards Evaluation Group), and the ISO 20022 Payments SEG.

  • Mary Ann McCarty
  • Vice President
  • PNC
  • Ms. Mary Ann McCarty is with PNC Bank and has over 38 years of experience with trade products. She currently manages the Standby Operations for PNC which includes management of all aspects of syndications. Ms. McCarty’s expertise is with Standby Letters of Credit and is very involved with risk management issues. She is currently an active member of the BAFT National Standby Letter of Credit Committee.

  • Walter J. Mix III
  • Managing Director
  • Berkeley Research Group
  • Mr. Walter J. Mix III is a Managing Director and heads the Financial Services practice at Berkeley Research Group. He is a former commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) and also previously served as a banking executive at Union Bank of California. He advises domestic and international bank clients on corporate governance, risk management, strategic planning, and financial advisory assignments. He has significant experience in strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, enterprise risk management, regulatory compliance, and capital planning. He joined BRG from LECG, LLC and before that The Secura Group; serving as managing director in both firms. He serves as chairman of the International Bankers Association of California.

  • Adam Munro
  • Manager, Cyber
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Mr. Adam Munro is lead investigator for Europe and the Americas and is Shared Investigative Services’ (SIS) lead representative on cyber related issues with a focus on significant regulatory, reputational, and staff conduct matters. He is developing cyber intelligence capabilities to support investigations and to identify proactive investigation leads, as well as building internal information sharing processes and the organization’s external collaboration strategy. Mr. Munro leads SCB’s external collaboration strategy for the Board’s Financial Crime Risk Committee as part of an overarching review of the organizational approach to cyber and builds the framework for coordinated collaboration across SCB’s global footprint.

  • William Nartker, II
  • Vice President, Standby Letter of Credit Product Specialist
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Mr. William Nartker is a Vice President and the Standby Letter of Credit Product Specialist at Fifth Third Bank. Mr. Nartker has 20 years of experience in international banking and has served as the Chair of the BAFT Central Letter of Credit Subcommittee (January 2014 – December 2016), is a member of the BAFT National Standby Letter of Credit/Guarantee Committee and also serves on the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice Council on International Standby Practices.

  • Rita Ricci, CDCS
  • Executive Global Trade Advisor
  • BNP Paribas
  • Ms. Rita Ricci is the Executive Global Trade Advisor of BNP Paribas with over 35 years of experience in trade finance operations. Ms. Ricci joined BNP Paribas in 2003. Prior to then, she worked for CIBC based in Montreal with the responsibility for operational delivery of trade products, acting as a Trade Consultant, providing workshops, and advising legal counsel on trade-related matters. She was the Chairman of BAFT’s LC Committee, Chairman of BAFT’s Bank to Bank Reimbursements Committee and was on the CDCS Item Writing Committee. Ms. Ricci is currently the Chairman of the ICC Canada National Committee and is a member of the ICC Banking Commission and the IIBLP Advisory Council on International Standby Practices.

  • Cathleen Ryan
  • Director of Enforcement
  • Office of Antiboycott Compliance
  • Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Ms. Cathleen Ryan is the Director of Enforcement in the Office of Antiboycott Compliance (Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce) (OAC), responsible for investigations and administrative enforcement actions. Ms. Ryan joined OAC in 1993, after several years in various financial, administrative and legal functions with a U.S. multinational, both in New York and Paris.

  • Kristine Siebel
  • Chair, North American Standby Letter of Credit/Guarantee Committee
  • Société Générale
  • Ms. Kristine Siebel is currently at Société Générale in their Trade Finance Group, previously she had been a Senior Credit Officer for Royal Bank of Canada responsible for their Captive Reinsurance Business in New York. Prior to joining RBC, Ms. Siebel was Assistant Vice President and Standby Letter of Credit Risk Officer for JPMorgan Chase Bank in New York. Ms. Siebel has been in Trade Services for over 35 years beginning with JPMorgan Chase’s predecessor bank Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. Ms. Siebel has extensive experience in both the issuance and the risk aspects of Standby Letters of Credit. She has been a member of the BAFT National Standby Letter of Credit Committee since its inception in 1994 and is currently the Chair.

  • Gayla Strickler
  • Assistant Vice President
  • Huntington National Bank
  • Ms. Gayla Strickler has over 35 years of experience in International Operations consisting of Letters of Credit, both Commercial and Standby’s, Documentary and Clean Collections, and Cash Letters solely with Huntington National Bank. Ms. Strickler started her career at Huntington in 1980 in the Letter of Credit department processing Import/Export Letters of Credit and Bankers Acceptances along with Documentary Collections. She moved over to the Paying and Receiving Department in 1983 processing Incoming and Outgoing payment orders, Cash Letters, Foreign Drafts and International Loans. Later in 1987 she became supervisor of that area. After consolidation in the area and retirements she became the Assistant Manager in 1996.

  • Edward Stoltenberg
  • Director, AML Risk Management
  • Citi
  • Mr. Ed Stoltenberg is a Director for Treasury and Trade Solutions, Global AML Risk, serving as the key AML resource to the Trade Business. In his current role, Mr. Stoltenberg is responsible for all AML aspects of the Trade AML mitigation program and works closely with Business Sponsors, Internal Audit, and AML Compliance partners on exams, audits, and guidance on new products. Recently, he was selected by the Trade business to spearhead the embedding of machine learning into current operations processes to detect Trade Based Money Laundering and Sanctions red flags. Mr. Stoltenberg joined Citi from PwC in 2014 leading Citi’s Horizontal AML Risk Assessments Team, conducting reviews of ten areas of AML risk, including Trade Finance.

    West Coast Workshop
  • Michael Baker
  • Professor
  • University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Mr. Michael Baker has practiced international trade law for the past 41 years. He teaches classes at UCLA (for the past 29 years) such as ‘International Business Law’; ‘Advanced Import techniques’; ‘Export documentation Banking and Transportation’; ‘Global Currency Management.’ He has had an FMC freight forwarders license and a Customhouse Brokers license. Professor Baker’s practice is concentrated in international trade, customs, and corporate law. He has set up international businesses in China, Japan, Mexico, and Latin America. He acts as a general counsel for 4 companies in the Los Angeles area. He, of course, has been your JUDGE for the past 4 years.

  • Steven Bash
  • Senior Vice President and Manager
  • International Banking & Trade Finance
  • City National Bank
  • Mr. Steven Bash is Senior Vice President and Manager of City National Bank’s International Banking & Trade Finance department. He oversees the bank’s trade finance, trade services, supply chain programs, international credit and portfolio management, risk mitigation, global correspondent banking, and trade advisory services. Throughout his career, he has held a variety of leadership roles with other global financial institutions, including a posting as Managing Director, Hong Kong Branch for CoreStates Bank from 1989-1992. He currently serves as an appointee to the U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Finance Advisory Council (TFCA.), a nonpartisan group of 20 private sector individuals, working on recommendations to increase access to export financing for U.S. small and medium size companies.

  • Chetan Cariappa
  • Senior Manager, Financial Crime Compliance
  • SWIFT
  • Mr. Chetan Cariappa is a Senior Business Manager and Practice Lead for Compliance Services at SWIFT. Based in New York, he is responsible for the sales and marketing of the SWIFT Compliance Suite in North America. Mr. Cariappa is recognized as an expert in the fields of Fraud Control, KYC, Sanctions Screening and Testing services, as well as AML analytics. Prior to this, he looked after SWIFT’s Business Intelligence suite for the Americas, offering data analytics solutions and services to banks and corporations in North America and Latin America. Mr. Cariappa was previously in the role of Technical Account Manager for Key Clients, responsible for architecting and enhancing SWIFT infrastructure at global transaction banks and project managing large customer implementations.

  • Stacey Facter
  • Senior Vice President of Trade Products
  • BAFT
  • Ms. Stacey Facter has been the Senior Vice President responsible for Trade Products at BAFT (“Bankers Association for Finance and Trade”), an affiliate of the American Bankers Association. She has oversight of all trade-related advocacy, education and product-related initiatives for the association and its membership. She participates in BAFT trade committees, product and regional councils as well as many other industry initiatives to advance the trade finance agenda of member institutions, including working toward standardizing trade definitions, documentation and regulations for industry adoption and consistent use.

  • Normand Girard, CDCS
  • Director, Global Trade Operations
  • BMO Financial Group
  • Mr. Normand Girard is Director, Global Trade Operations for BMO Financial Group. He is responsible for the Bank’s processing of all trade finance products in North America as well as process oversight in Europe and Asia. Mr. Girard has over 28 years of experience in Global Trade Operations at BMO Financial Group. During his career with the Bank, he has covered every role in Import, Export, Standby Letters of Credit and Collections as well as integral operations leadership roles throughout the evolution of BMO’s trade finance business. He is a Certified Documentary Credit Specialist and Chair of the BAFT National Commercial Letter of Credit Committee.

  • David J. Habib
  • International Trade Attorney
  • Law Office of David J. Habib
  • Mr. David Habib is an attorney with more than 30 years’ experience in international business. Following law school, he lived and worked abroad as an in-house counsel for Saudi Arabia’s national oil company – ARAMCO. He was then recruited as Managing Director of an international trading and project management company doing business in the Middle East, Africa, China, and Mexico. Mr. Habib has prepared hundreds of procurement and development contracts involving billions of dollars’ worth of U.S. goods and services, has negotiated and monitored execution of over 100 foreign bank Letters of Credit, and has structured the financing of millions of dollars’ worth of exports using U.S. and foreign banks.

  • Raja Hafeez, CDCS
  • Vice President, Global Trade Operations
  • BMO Financial Group
  • Mr. Raja Hafeez is Vice President, Global Trade Services Division of Frost Bank, San Antonio, Texas. He has been with Frost for the last 7 years and is a key person for GTS initiatives and expansion. Mr. Hafeez brings more than 25 years of banking experience in different roles and levels from multiple banks and countries. He has a solid network with other bankers in the region, Asia and Europe. Mr. Hafeez holds the Certified Documentary Credit Specialist (CDCS) designation from BAFT.

  • Yasmin Kermalli, CDCS
  • Assistant Vice President
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Ms. Yasmin Kermalli is Assistant Vice President and Service Center Coordinator in Global Trade Operations, Commercial Letters of Credit department at Bank of America in Los Angeles. She joined Bank of America thirty years ago, and has been in Trade Finance over twenty five years. Prior to joining Bank of America, Ms. Kermalli was with The HSBC Group as Office Manager in their Merchant Banking arm in Dubai, UAE. Ms. Kermalli is currently Vice Chair for West Coast BAFT Regional Letter of Credit Committee.

  • Adam Jiwan
  • CEO
  • Spring Labs
  • Mr. Adam Jiwan is an established fin-tech entrepreneur, with more than 15 years of experience founding, investing and growing companies in the space. Before Spring Labs, Mr. Jiwan was a seed investor and founding board member of Avant. He was also the Co-Founder and Chairman of Future Finance, a student loan platform that’s raised more than $325M. Mr. Jiwan also acted as the CEO of UK/Asia for TPG-Axon, and held roles at Goldman Sachs, Soros Fund Management, and the Blackstone Group.

  • Don Kurtz
  • Vice President
  • City National Bank
  • Mr. Donald Kurtz is Vice President in City National Bank’s International Banking Department with 30 plus years’ international banking experience, including 25 years with City National Bank. As part of the Trade Sales & Advisory Group, he is responsible for the development and direct sales of trade products and services to new and existing client relationships by supporting and coordinating the international business development activities of CNB Southern California line units. Prior to joining City National Bank, Mr. Kurtz held a variety of management roles on both marketing and operations side for foreign and domestic banks, including Mitsubishi Bank, Westpac Banking Corporation, and Bangkok Bank.

  • Agnes Martinez
  • Vice President and Department Manager
  • City National Bank
  • Ms. Agnes Martinez is Vice President and Department Manager for International Trade Services at City National Bank, responsible for managing day-to-day activities associated with Trade Finance. Ms. Martinez worked at J.P. Morgan managing their Global Trade West Coast Division prior to joining City National Bank. She also worked at HSBC as supervisor in their letter of credit department. She is the Past Chairperson for BAFT South West Regional Leter of Credit committee that she chaired for four years, and is currently Vice Chair for BAFT National Commercial Committee.

  • Talal Mahmud
  • Regional Head, FCC Trade
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Mr. Talal Mahmud is in the financial crime compliance (FCC) function at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) USA looking after Advisory Function for Transaction Banking and Corporate Finance. But his primary area of expertise and coverage is to manage the FCC risk for Trade Finance business in Americas. He is also the chair of the BAFT Trade Compliance Committee. Mr. Mahmud has over 19 years of experience across Trade Finance, Treasury Operations, Transaction Banking Sale, Product Management, Corporate Banking Relationship Management, Operational Risk and now FCC. His career has seen him work in South Asia, Middle East and ASEAN before his move to USA in 2015.

  • Noor Menai
  • President and CEO
  • CTBC Bank
  • Mr. Noor Menai is President & CEO of CTBC Bank Corp. USA (formally Chinatrust Bank), where he oversees its North American operations including the bank’s Commercial and Industrial and Commercial Real Estate lending groups as well as 12 branches in California, New Jersey and New York. He also oversees North American operations for the parent bank, CTBC Bank. He was named President & CEO of the bank in November of 2012. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President and North America Regional Head of CTBC where he has had responsibility for US and Canada Corporate and Commercial Real Estate, Trade, Cash, F/X, Asset Based Lending, Syndications and Participations & Advisory, business lines and trade finance for the China/North America Trade Corridor.

  • Walter J. Mix III
  • Managing Director and Financial Services Practice Group Leader
  • Berkeley Research Group
  • Mr. Walter J. Mix III is a Managing Director and heads the Financial Services practice at Berkeley Research Group. He is a former commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) and also previously served as a banking executive at Union Bank of California. He advises domestic and international bank clients on corporate governance, risk management, strategic planning, and financial advisory assignments. He has significant experience in strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, enterprise risk management, regulatory compliance, and capital planning. He joined BRG from LECG, LLC and before that The Secura Group; serving as managing director in both firms. He serves as chairman of the International Bankers Association of California.

  • Mark Nolte
  • Supervisory Examiner
  • FDIC
  • Mr. Mark Nolte began his career with the FDIC in 1990 as an Assistant Examiner in the FDIC’s Los Angeles, California office. He became a Commissioned Bank Examiner in January 1994. Mr. Nolte subsequently became a Case Manager in the FDIC’s Kansas City, Missouri, Regional Office in 2003, where he managed a portfolio of banks in the states of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. He returned to Southern California in March 2009 in his present capacity. During Mr. Nolte’s 29 year career with the Corporation, he has participated in the examination of numerous financial institutions, ranging from $10 million to $125 billion in total assets.

  • Michael Nonaka
  • Partner
  • Covington & Burling
  • Mr. Michael Nonaka is co-chair of Covington’s Financial Services Group and advises banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies on a broad range of compliance, enforcement, transactional, and legislative matters. He has worked extensively with federal and state banking agencies and with other federal agencies authorized to regulate financial services. Mr. Nonaka also plays an active role in the firm’s Fintech Initiative and works with a number of banks, lending companies, money transmitters, payments firms, technology companies, and service providers on innovative technologies such as blockchain, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, big data, cloud computing, same day payments, and online lending.

  • Vincent J. Novak
  • Associate
  • Morrison & Foerster
  • Mr. Vincent Novak’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and insolvency, with expertise in complex financing transactions. His experience covers a range of issues, including representing creditors such as lenders and parties to executory contracts, representing creditors’ committees in safeguarding the interests of unsecured creditors, representing debtors in Chapter 11 reorganization, assisting clients in the purchase of assets of companies in distressed circumstances or in bankruptcy, assisting clients in addressing cross-border insolvency issues, and structuring transactions to minimize the impact of bankruptcy. He has represented clients in such fields as commercial lending, technology, intellectual property, admiralty, real estate finance and investment, and homebuilding.

  • Rita Ricci, CDCS
  • Executive Global Trade Advisor
  • BNP Paribas
  • Ms. Rita Ricci is the Executive Global Trade Advisor of BNP Paribas with over 35 years of experience in trade finance operations. Ms. Ricci joined BNP Paribas in 2003. Prior to then, she worked for CIBC based in Montreal with the responsibility for operational delivery of trade products, acting as a Trade Consultant, providing workshops, and advising legal counsel on trade-related matters. She was the Chairman of BAFT’s LC Committee, Chairman of BAFT’s Bank to Bank Reimbursements Committee and was on the CDCS Item Writing Committee. Ms. Ricci is currently the Chairman of the ICC Canada National Committee and is a member of the ICC Banking Commission and the IIBLP Advisory Council on International Standby Practices.

  • Francisco Rodriguez, CDCS
  • Officer/Client Services Consultant
  • Wells Fargo Bank NA
  • Mr. Francisco Rodriguez has over thirty-five years of experience working in Global Trade Operations of several major banks. His interaction with custom brokers, document preparation services, freight forwarders, among others has enabled him to help the banks customers in the import, export trading areas, as well as Standby L/C’s. Mr. Rodriguez is a current certified documentary credit specialist sanctioned by BAFT. He received his Global Logistics Specialist’s certification from California State University – Long Beach. He is the current Chair of BAFT West Coast Regional L/C Committee.

  • Subha Srinivas
  • Operations Manager – AVP
  • U.S. Bank NA
  • Ms. Subha Srinivas is a Project Management and Documentary Credit Specialist with 10+ years of overall experience in International trade finance operations, Compliance, AML, Quality Assurance, Business Analysis in Banking Operations and technology related projects. She has proven experience in managing multiple teams and handling complex trade process functions (Issuance, Advising, Negotiation- Document examination, Payment, Collections) across different geographical regions and time zones. Ms. Srinivas has proficiently managed operations teams and has gained international working experience through extensive traveling to various countries such as Dubai, Australia, Fiji, Taiwan and Singapore for training and migration projects.

  • Gregory Stout
  • Special Agent
  • Homeland Security Investigations
  • Mr. Gregory M. Stout is a special agent for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations. Special Agent Stout is a career federal employee and has worked for the United States Navy, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations. Special Agent Stout has conducted various investigations related to National Security, Trade Based Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture and Child Exploitation.