Douglas Sloan to Speak Friday, April 15
PLATTSBURGH, NY __ The Alumni Association at the State University of New York College
at Plattsburgh is pleased to present Douglas Sloan who will give a presentation on
Friday, April 15 at 12 noon in the Mowry Conference Room, Redcay Hall.
As part of the Shemet Alumni Speaker Series, Sloan will be giving a talk on anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing compliance for financial institutions. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Sloan, a 1991 graduate of SUNY Plattsburgh, is the President of the Plattsburgh Alumni Association Board of Directors. He became a member of the Alumni Board in January 1997 and served as Vice President prior to his election as President in October 2001. His term officially began in January 2002.
He is currently working at International Management Advisory Group (IMAG). Formed in 1993, IMAG is dedicated to the management of Reputation Risk. Sloan is responsible for implementing client programs that deal principally with operational and internal control risk issues. He specializes in the areas of operational and regulatory risk, anti-money laundering, and banking and securities laws and regulations.
Sloan holds a master's degree in finance and international law from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts and Harvard Universities. After receiving his master's degree, Sloan became a bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. From there, he moved on to DGBANK and DG Financial Markets serving in numerous capacities including chief operating officer and strategic planner for North America.
The Shemet Alumni Speaker Series is named for Stephen Shemet, a 1938 graduate who pioneered the Plattsburgh Alumni Association. The series allows alumni to reconnect with the campus while students have the opportunity to network and experience first hand what can be accomplished with a SUNY Plattsburgh degree.
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