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AML Typologies and Risk Mitigation for the Casino Sector

  • 20 Sep 2018
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • 2200 – 1021 West Hastings Street

Space is limited to the first 40 registered participants!

Speakers:

  • Daryl Tottenham, BCLC 
    Daryl Tottenham has been with BCLC for 7 years and for the last four years has solely focused solely on key areas such as FINTRAC reporting, PCMLTF Regulations, Money-laundering and Terrorist Financing activities, and the development of an exhaustive AML program for BCLC. Daryl also provides training to staff on AML related issues and practices. Before joining BCLC, Daryl had a 28-year career in law enforcement, policing with New Westminster Police and overseeing specialty squads focused on organized crime groups, drug enforcement, undercover projects and surveillance/targeting units. As a police officer, Daryl became recognized by the Courts as a drug expert in marijuana grow-ops, drug trafficking and possession files. This also included numerous property and house seizures for Proceeds of Crime applications and civil forfeiture files. Daryl currently remains on several police bulletin and email notifications which allows him to keep up to date with current trends and activities of criminal gangs and maintain police contacts throughout the lower mainland. Daryl is ACAMS Certified and was awarded the ACAMS AML Professional of the Month award in October 2016.
  • John Karlovcec, BCLC 
    John Karlovcec is BCLC’s Director of AML & Investigations. John presently oversees and directs all investigations and predictive analysis across the AML, lottery, Casino and E-gaming channels to ensure integrity in BCLC gaming policies and procedures and identifying real and reputational threats to BCLC. Before joining BCLC, John had a 26-year career as a member of the RCMP in the Lower Mainland. John worked in various policing roles but developed an expertise in drug enforcement. Prior to retiring from the RCMP in 2006, John was part of the Surrey RCMP Drug Section and in charge of the Street Crimes Unit whose mandate was to focus on all aspects of drug enforcement from street to high-level organized drug trafficking groups. He was a trained “cover-man” and was responsible for supervising numerous undercover operations targeting various organized drug trafficking groups. John is a qualified expert at both the Provincial and Supreme courts level and has provided opinion evidence on multiple occasions in relation to drug trafficking and drug production cases. John has been ACAMS Certified since 2014.

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