Vincent D’Amelio is an executive managing director with K2 Intelligence’s Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Regulatory Compliance practice. Vince provides robust AML assessments and leads major AML investigations and rehabilitations, devising client solutions to reduce risk and ensure regulatory compliance at a local and global level. He manages regulatory matters, helping clients ensure compliance with Know Your Customer (KYC), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) requirements. He leads large teams conducting historical transaction reviews and evaluations of clients’ regulatory framework.
Prior to joining K2 Intelligence, Vince was the head of the New York office of Navigant Consulting where, in addition to client service, he was responsible for the office’s strategic and operational leadership. He led major forensic accounting investigations in the areas of GAAP misapplication, Ponzi schemes, and employee misconduct. He has testified as an expert witness in both federal and state courts.
Vince spent five years as a director at KPMG, where he led large integrity monitoring projects, including serving as the lead monitor responsible for financial oversight of the demolition and debris removal at the World Trade Center on behalf of the City of New York. He also conducted anti-money laundering engagements for multinational financial institutions.
Vince spent seven years of his career in the insurance industry, first as an auditor for the New York State Insurance Department and later as the director of forensic accounting at AIG, where he was responsible for all forensic accounting and investigative aspects relating to fidelity claims world wide. He has been recognized in federal court as an expert in the area of fidelty claim investigation and quantification.
Vince also served as a senior financial investigator in the Financial Crimes Bureau of the New York County District Attorney’s Office, where he conducted financial investigations involving money laundering, organized crime, labor racketeering and white collar crime.
Vince is a graduate of Queens College/CUNY and holds a B.A. in accounting. He is a certified public accountant licensed in New York. He has served as an adjunct professor and taught forensic accounting at New York University and St. John’s University.