Ross Delston is an attorney and former U.S. banking regulator (FDIC) who has specialized in BSA/AML issues for over 20 years. Ross has written and spoken about cryptocurrency issues since 2013 for the FDIC, IMF, MENAFATF, the Government of Qatar, Thomson Reuters, the Government Blockchain Association, and at many other venues. He has also been a consultant to the IMF on AML and banking matters since 1997. On behalf of the IMF, Ross has participated in nine AML assessments of offshore financial centers, including Jersey, Bermuda, and St. Vincent. Ross has been quoted on AML, crypto, and banking issues in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New Yorker, Bloomberg, and many others.
Expert witness and lawyer with 40+ years experience
Former consulting counsel with the International Monetary Fund
Advises numerous financial institutions and foreign financial regulators