Listen in on our chat with Karyn on a career ranging from the John Gotti trial in New York to tribal justice in Borneo, from AML in Bangladesh to Croatia.
Karyn Kenny serves as the attaché at the US Embassy Croatia for the US Department of Justice’s Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development Assistance and Training for South East Europe regional justice sector initiative, overseeing the anti money laundering, asset forfeiture, anti corruption and transnational organized crime portfolios. Previously, she served as the attorney advisor for general counterterrorism programs and served as the resident legal advisor for two US embassies. Karyn is the recipient of the US Department of State’s meritorious Honor Award for creating the US Bangladesh bilateral banking sector dialogue. In 2020, she designed and taught the first webinar for the US federal prosecutors, analysts and investigators at the Department of Justice national Advocacy Center and launched the first public private FinTech Partnership Dialogue.
03:26 Career Journey
14:48 Collaboration in Regulatory Landscape
17:34 Public Private Collaboration
21:19 Cryptocurrency Regulation
23:50 FinTech Education
30:41 Rants & Revelations
33:31 Rapid Fire Round
I think if we look at the public and the private sector, and specifically when I speak about it, it’s from the perspective of prosecutorial and Department of Justice and others, we cannot see ourselves as two enemy camps.
When you share your knowledge, you share yourself, you share your time, Kimberley, that’s truly when you are wealthy and when you are successful.