Martin Jaundoo, Senior Manager with Treliant, has over 18 years of experience working with large and small financial institutions, primarily focused on financial crimes compliance. He helps banks ensure Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) and USA PATRIOT Act compliance, fraud prevention, and adherence to the requirements of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
At Treliant, Martin has worked as part of an independent consultant and monitorship engagement team involved in the remediation of AML and sanctions compliance programs at global banks. He successfully led projects that optimized transaction monitoring tool rules and thresholds, increasing operational efficiency.
Before joining Treliant, Martin was a BSA/AML and fraud prevention consultant with the Capco professional services advisory firm. At Capco, he developed expertise in risk identification and assessment, automated transaction monitoring tools validation and rules threshold calibration/optimization, transaction monitoring/surveillance investigations (lookbacks), and enhancement of Customer Due Diligence (CDD) and Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) measures. His BSA program work included independent assessments and gap analysis, policy and procedure reviews, and risk model methodology development. Previously, he held Assistant Vice President roles in BSA/AML compliance with First Southern Bank and First Bank of Miami, and he was a Senior Investigator/Officer with Ocean Bank.
Among his accomplishments, Martin has contributed to regulator-enforced remediation actions involving enhancements to BSA/AML programs and reviews of correspondent banking and wire transfer transactions, leading to removal of the regulatory consent order. He has also automated manual monitoring processes for cost savings and operational efficiencies, trained investigators, and designed and documented risk models considering clients’ various service offerings, customer characteristics, volume of activity, and geographic markets. Additionally, Martin has led a readiness and gap analysis addressing the New York State Department of Financial Services’ (NYDFS) Part 504 transaction monitoring rule. He has significant experience with optimization and validation of a wide range of software tools for transaction monitoring system, sanctions watch-list filtering, and fraud prevention.
Martin received a BSc from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Professional Aeronautics with a minor in Aviation Safety and Management. He is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
Areas of Specialization
- Anti-Money Laundering / Bank Secrecy Act
- Bank Management
- Financial Investigations
- Independent Monitorships and Consultancies
- Model Validation
- OFAC / Economic Sanctions
- Risk Assessments