Kevin Sullivan is a retired New York State Police investigator. From uniform patrol to undercover narcotics to investigative case squads, Kevin settled in as the state money laundering investigations coordinator assigned to the NY HIFCA El Dorado Federal Task Force in Manhattan. The HIFCA El Dorado Task Force is a multiagency task force established and coordinated by Homeland Security that comprises members from federal, state, and local law-enforcement agencies. The unit specializes in large-scale money-laundering investigations. Kevin was responsible for case reverse engineering, SAR review and analysis, and special projects consisting of developing intelligence on the latest money-laundering threats, trends, and patterns.Kevin was first exposed to money laundering while assigned to an undercover narcotics detail. Following that, he was assigned to a money laundering and financial crimes unit detailed to the FBI White Collar Crimes Task Force before joining the NY HIFCA El Dorado Task Force. Kevin was also one of the lead instructors for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Operation Cornerstone, which assisted financial institutions with their AML and BSA compliance programs and provided a liaison between private financial institutions and law enforcement.Kevin holds a masters degree in Economic Crime Management from Utica College of Syracuse University, and a certificate in executive management from Cornell University. Kevin is a Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist, a founding member and past president of the NY Chapter of ACAMS, the Association of Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialists, the Chairman of the ACAMS Education Task Force, and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Experts.Kevin currently is the director of the AML Training Academy (www.AMLtrainer.com) specializing in AML, BSA, and compliance training; consulting; and AML independent reviews. He has created unique training sessions that are designed to engage the attendees and make learning enjoyable. Also, Kevin is an adjunct professor at Utica College and an instructor for ACAMS. He has spoken at seminars, conferences, and webinars globally. Kevin has been interviewed and quoted by numerous magazines and has been interviewed on CNBC television.