Conor Stanhope is a Senior Manager in Treliant’s Financial Crimes and Fraud Solutions practice. He has close to seven years of experience in managing financial crime risks in the financial services industry, having helped design and improve anti-money laundering (AML) programs for large and midsized banks, payment processors, cryptocurrency exchanges, and FinTech companies.
Prior to joining Treliant, Conor worked as a Consultant with Berkeley Research Group, advising clients in a variety of financial crimes compliance areas, such as leading the strategic approach to remediation of a formal agreement issued to a FinTech-focused bank by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), performing a coverage assessment of suspicious activity monitoring for a digital financial services company to ensure money laundering risks were appropriately addressed, and designing and implementing a customer risk rating model for an international bank. Additionally, he spent over four years with US Bank assisting in the remediation of an OCC consent order and managing teams responsible for performing enhanced due diligence on customers posing increased money laundering risk.
At Treliant, Conor provides clients with key insights to help manage financial crime risks, through AML and sanctions risk assessments, regulatory remediation, process improvement, and other methods. He delivers significant value to diverse clients facing complex risks, based on his subject matter expertise, technical skills in SQL and R, and end-to-end experience in designing, managing, and implementing financial crimes compliance programs.
Conor graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Economics from Saint John Fisher University, and he is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).