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Anti-money laundering professionals share path to career success

Published: 04/12/2022

AML professionals at I-HACK in Gannon University

AML professionals at I-HACK in Gannon University

For criminal justice majors and other Gannon students looking to find their professional niche after graduation, Gannon held the first in a series of Anti-Money Laundering talks, bringing current AML professionals together from across the globe and creating a chance for students to network with future employers.

Banking sectors, private corporations, and government agencies hire financial specialists across various academic disciplines. Career paths include fraud investigation, auditing, forensic accounting, money laundering, and public policy. During the event, panelists discussed the educational pathways that led them to a career in the financial sector, ultimately becoming anti-money laundering professionals. Participants learned about job opportunities based on their academic discipline and had an opportunity to ask questions and network with panelists from the profession. 


What will you do with a certificate in anti-money laundering? Learn more about the Anti-Money Laundering program at Gannon and apply today. 

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