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Jaikumar Ramaswamy

Chief of the Anti-Money-Laundering Section

US Department of Justice

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US Department of Justice

Background Information

Employment History

Global AML Compliance Risk Management Executive

Bank of America Corporation


Anti-Money Laundering Unit

Justice Department


Chief, Asset Forfeiture

Department of Justice


Web References(12 Total References)


leongettler.com

Jaikumar Ramaswamy, chief of the U.S. Justice Department's anti-money-laundering section, says oligarchs and despots like to put their money into high-end real estate for a number of reasons: they need an escape option if things take a turn for them in their home countries, they want to park their assets in an investment that's known to preserve value, and they want to be able to enjoy and flaunt their wealth.
"They're not buying real estate in Detroit," he says.


quickloanexpress.net [cached]

Bank of America has hired Jaikumar Ramaswamy, who heads the U.S. Justice Department's asset forfeiture and money laundering section, and Frederick Reynolds, who is deputy director of the Treasury Department's anti-money laundering unit, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
Ramaswamy and Reynolds will join the bank in January and will report to the global head of financial crimes compliance, Bill Fox, a former director of FinCEN. Ramaswamy has led the anti-money laundering unit at the Justice Department since 2012, and oversaw the largest such case in which French bank BNP Paribas pleaded guilty in July and paying nearly $9 billion in penalties to resolve charges that it violated embargoes against Sudan, Cuba and Iran.


quickloanexpress.net [cached]

Bank of America has hired Jaikumar Ramaswamy, who heads the U.S. Justice Department's asset forfeiture and money laundering section,


www.moneylaunderingconference.com [cached]

Jaikumar (Jai) Ramaswamy, Principal Deputy, Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section, US Department of Justice, Criminal Division
Jaikumar (Jai) Ramaswamy, Principal Deputy, Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section, US Department of Justice, Criminal Division


momentumevents.com

Jaikumar Ramaswamy, Chief, Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section,


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