Frederick Reynolds

Frederick most recently served as the Chief Compliance Officer for Brex, responsible for the strategy, governance and execution of its Compliance and Operational Risk programs as well as its regulatory engagement strategy with both FINRA and the SEC. In this role, Frederick created programs, policies and procedures covering all areas of regulatory compliance including Broker Dealer, Payments, Privacy, Financial Crime, Fraud, Lending, Conduct Risk and Consumer Protection. Frederick was also responsible for maintaining relationships with key regulators, the board and key industry partners.

Before joining Brex, Frederick was the Global Head of Financial Crime, Employment and Competition Legal at Barclays and the Global FIU Executive at Bank of America. In these roles Frederick led engagement efforts with the Federal Reserve, the OCC, SEC, FINRA, the FCA, MAS and various other state, federal and international regulators.

Prior to entering the private sector, Frederick served as the Deputy Director of FinCEN where he was responsible for protecting the United States financial system from money laundering and terrorist financing and developing and implementing U.S. anti-money laundering policy. Before joining the Treasury, Frederick was a federal prosecutor and Deputy Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the Department of Justice.

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