Megan Levy

Managing Director, Deloitte DTBA

Megan Levy

191 Peachtree Street NE

Suite 2000



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Megan Levy is a Managing Director in the Atlanta office and has been with Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics (“DTBA”) since 2007. Ms. Levy specializes in projects addressing anti-money laundering (“AML”) and economic sanctions regulatory and compliance matters for domestic and international financial institutions, including correspondent banks and money service businesses (“MSBs”). Ms. Levy’s client work has covered AML and Sanctions Risk Assessments, independent testing, AML program reviews, AML policy and procedure development, AML policy and procedure review and remediation, Know Your Customer (“KYC”) remediation initiatives, program gap assessments, AML training, transactional “look backs” and threshold tuning.

Previous engagements have included a global investigation of a large international bank’s correspondent banking business, design, development and implementation of AML and Sanctions risk assessments, threshold tuning of a large international bank’s correspondent-banking business, including cash letter and wires, assisting with overall enhancements to BSA/AML and OFAC Compliance Program, which included developing an enterprise CRR model, re-risk rating all customers and performing a KYC remediation of high risk customers, enhancing KYC policies, procedures, desktop procedures, and account opening checklists, developing enterprise wide and desktop BSA/AML policies and procedures including transaction monitoring and sanctions desk procedures for the day-to-day operations, including the investigation, escalation and reporting of suspicious activity for wholesale banks, international banks as well as a securities clearing corporation. Ms. Levy has also assisted a large investment bank with the evaluation and remediation of borrower files which included evaluation of documents related to borrower eligibility, credit ratings, issuer certifications, auditor assurances, borrower risk assessments, and AML/OFAC due diligence and enhanced due diligence.

Megan Levy