Moyara Ruehsen, professor of financial crime intelligence and director of the Financial Crime Management program, was recently interviewed by Kyckr as part of their Future of Financial Crime Series to share her perspectives on trends in the financial crime industry.
The Government Accountability Office has named the Middlebury Institute a partner school, ensuring targeted outreach and recruiting of Institute students for internships that frequently result in job offers after graduation. The designation came about after extended collaboration with MIIS and Middlebury alumni employed at GAO.
Professor Moyara Ruehsen, head of the Institute’s Financial Crime Management program, shares how she became an expert on money laundering, how it’s evolving, and how careers in money laundering investigation are fighting it.
From language studies and the financial crime management specialization to career advisors helping me with salary negotiation, the entire Middlebury Institute experience helped me hit the ground running in the exact career field I was looking for.
NBA Top Shot is the hottest NFT marketplace on the planet. It’s also got a big problem: customers are complaining about exceptionally long wait times to get paid from sales of digital tokens that can often cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. “You don’t really know what something is truly worth,” cautioned Professor Moyara Ruehsen who oversees the Financial Crime Management program at the Middlebury Institute.