Richard W. Kinville II is a director in K2 Intelligence’s Regulatory Compliance practice. With more than 23 years of diverse financial crime compliance experience in the insurance, securities, mutual funds, and trust services banking sectors, Richard advises financial institutions on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) program development, gap analysis, process enhancement, and structural change management.
Prior to joining K2 Intelligence, Richard worked at Prudential Financial in a variety of AML and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions compliance roles, including as an AML officer for U.S. businesses and as an enterprise AML officer. Richard developed and implemented numerous AML and OFAC compliance process, system, and structural enhancements for Prudential’s life insurance companies, securities broker-dealers, mutual fund complexes, and trust services banks. In addition, he implemented Prudential’s enterprise AML and sanctions risk assessment and was the principal advisor to all of Prudential’s compliance officers with AML and sanctions compliance responsibilities.
Before his time at Prudential, Richard worked at AXA Equitable in both AML and internal investigative roles. Richard was one of the founding members of AXA Equitable’s AML office. In his investigative capacity Richard was a member of the investigative team of the firm’s internal audit department and focused largely on internal fraud and theft from AXA Equitable’s customers. Prior to joining AXA Equitable, Richard investigated property and casualty insurance fraud at the New York Central Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Richard is a veteran of the U.S. Army and the New York Army National Guard, where he earned the rank of Sergeant First Class.
Richard has an M.S. in economic crime management from Utica College and a B.S. in economic crime investigation from Utica College of Syracuse University. He is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).