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Treliant Appoints David Caruso

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Washington DC-based multi-industry consulting firm Treliant has appointed financial crime expert David Caruso as Managing Director, to help the firm’s navigate the changing global AML landscape. Prior to joining Treliant, Caruso was the Chief Client Officer of a RegTech software company whose machine intelligence application improved how AML teams search and use adverse media in risk rating, transaction monitoring, and suspicious activity detection. Previously, he founded an AML consulting firm, and before that was Chief Compliance and AML Officer at Riggs Bank, where he built a compliance, investigations, and security department in response to an enforcement action, and led the implementation of a new AML program across US and UK business lines.

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