ACAMS’ Kieran Beer Speaks to the Wall Street Journal about New Bank Rule
Kieran Beer, Chief Analyst for the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists, spoke to the Wall Street Journal about how strictly bank examiners will determine compliance with a new bank-account rule.
Lisa Wardell Contributes to Investor’s Business Daily Story on Pitching the C-Suite
Investor’s Business Daily interviewed Lisa Wardell for tips on selling to the C-suite. Her advice is to be a “creative problem-solver who finds new opportunities and has the determination to follow through.”
American Veterinarian Interviews Senior Vet Technician at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
H. Edward Durham Jr., Senior Veterinary Anesthesia Technician at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, explains why it’s important to ask about all symptoms, including those patients display at night.
RUSVM Collaborates with St. Kitts Government to Support International Women’s Day Breakfast
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) EDGE Chapter in partnership with the St. Kitts Ministry of Gender Affairs were hosts of the International Women's Day Awards Ceremony and Motivational Breakfast.
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and the AVMA Host Leadership and Excellence Awards
The Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association recently hosted an event to celebrate the achievements of individuals, clubs and organizations that have made an impact in the RUSVM and the St. Kitts communities.
President and CEO Lisa Wardell Shares Career Lessons on International Women’s Day
Adtalem Global Education President and CEO Lisa W. Wardell is the only African-American female CEO in the Fortune 1000. On International Women’s Day, she shares lessons that helped her on her career journey.
Lisa Wardell Contributes Op-Ed about the Importance of Board Diversity
Adtalem Global Education President and CEO Lisa Wardell describes her commitment to building a diverse board and widening the talent pool at Adtalem. Read more in Corporate Board Member and Chief Executive.
Trade-Based Money Laundering: Know It, Detect It, Prevent It
Trade is fast becoming criminals' favorite way to launder dirty money, and regulators have caught on to the phenomenon, putting more responsibility than ever on trade financiers' shoulders to prevent it.
Chamberlain Faculty ‘Write the Book’ on Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education
Chamberlain University faculty members Randy Gordon, DNP, FNP-BC and Dee McGonigle, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF are the editors of a new textbook, “Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education,” which is scheduled to release with Springer Publishing Company in spring 2018.
As the techniques used by criminals continue to develop and become more sophisticated, what are the most significant threats faced by the industry in 2018 and which measures and developments will play the biggest role in addressing these threats?
Hurricane Irma Aftermath: DNP Student Assists in Bringing Mobile Hospital to Community
Melanie O’Neill, a student in Chamberlain’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program and graduate of the university's Master of Science in Nursing program, is one of many who have been impacted by recent natural disasters.
There are an increasing number of opportunities for nonpublic entities to raise funds; for example, crowdfunding, private placement offerings, franchise offerings, issuing municipal securities, or even issuing digital currency.
An Introduction to the 360 Degree AML Investigation Model
The six step 360 Degree Risk-Based Investigations Model provides consistency of approach and applies critical thinking thought processes by anti-money laundering (AML) investigators conducting their investigations to determine if the transactional activity (or attempted activity) under review is suspicious or not.
Superheroes are everywhere right now - the world is obsessed with the characters from DC and Marvel comics! But while everyone in health care knows that the true superheroes are kids fighting childhood cancer, or patients battling to recover from injury or illness, women who work in health care have always had extraordinary (some might say super) powers!