AML RightSource provides the resources necessary to meet AML/BSA regulatory needs.
Our team of nearly 600 professionals is capable of assisting in the areas of transaction monitoring, enhanced due diligence, and financial crimes.
Frank H. Ewing, Esq.
Mr. Ewing serves as Chief Executive Officer of AML RightSource. He is a licensed attorney and an anti-money laundering expert with over 13 years of combined professional experience in global consulting, banking, and law. Mr. Ewing has extensive hands-on experience in the areas of anti-money laundering compliance, regulatory enforcement actions, regulatory affairs, internal audit, commercial litigation, corporate investigations, fraud, and risk management. Mr. Ewing earned his undergraduate degree at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York and his juris doctor at the University of Buffalo Law School.
Paul W. Linehan, Esq.
Mr. Linehan serves as President of AML RightSource. Prior to joining the firm, he spent 16 years as an attorney at a large Cleveland-based firm, advising clients including financial institutions, in multiple areas of complex litigation including bankruptcy, fraud, and AML related issues. Mr. Linehan earned his B.B.A in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame and spent four years as an audit-side CPA at a big-four (then, big-six) accounting firm before returning to law school at the Case Western Reserve School of Law. Mr. Linehan serves his community as a member of the Cuyahoga County Public Library Foundation Board.
John J. Byrne, Esq.
Mr. Byrne serves as Vice Chairman of AML RightSource. He is an internationally known regulatory and legislative attorney with more than 30 years of experience in banking and financial crimes. Mr. Byrne has particular expertise in all aspects of regulatory management, anti-money laundering (AML) issues and has served in leadership positions at trade associations, financial services industry groups, and government working groups. Mr. Byrne earned his undergraduate degree at Marquette University and his juris doctor at George Mason University School of Law. He currently serves as a special advisor to the ACAMS Advisory board and on Marquette University’s Commercial Banking Board.
Vic R. Maculaitis
Mr. Maculaitis is the partner in charge of the firm’s Financial Crimes Advisory practice and operates out of the Phoenix office. Mr. Maculaitis, a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), has over 14 years of experience with multiple financial services firms and the United States Government. He is an expert in strategic policy and operations within the financial crimes risk and compliance space. His domain expertise spans across matters pertaining to the USA PATRIOT Act (USAPA); Bank Secrecy Act (BSA); Anti-Money Laundering (AML); Know Your Customer (KYC); Financial Intelligence (FININT); Economic Sanctions; Corruption and Bribery; Financial Integrity; Threat Finance; and Financial Fraud. Mr. Maculaitis holds an AAS in Criminal Justice from The University of Akron, a BA in Political Science from Walsh University, and has completed graduate work in Strategic Intelligence at American Military University. Mr. Maculaitis also serves as the Founder & CEO of i3strategies, LLC, a strategic management consulting firm that focuses on illicit/threat finance issues within the commercial and federal marketplaces.