Rick McDonell is a Co-CEO of McDonell-Nadeau Consulting and Executive Director of the
Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). Previously, Mr.
McDonell was Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), guiding, among
other matters, the FATF’s revision of the international AML/CFT/PF Standards, the new Mutual
Evaluation methodology covering technical and effectiveness compliance and the expansion of
the FATF Global Network to nine FATF-Style Regional Bodies.
Prior to his FATF role, Mr. McDonell was Chief of the UN Global Program against Money
Laundering and the founder and inaugural Executive Secretary of the Asia-Pacific Group on
Money Laundering. Mr. McDonell has extensive experience as a prosecutor and investigator
leading complex multidisciplinary investigation Task Forces into organized crime cases both
nationally and internationally.
Mr. McDonell is a member of the Advisory Board on the Future of Financial Intelligence
Sharing and Chair of the Advisory Board, and Adjunct Professor for the Executive Master of
Arts in Financial Integrity degree program at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in
Cleveland, USA. He is a graduate of Monash University, Australia with a BA, LLB and
Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law.
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