October 2017 Breakfast Meeting

Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am
Location: Happy Hollow
Speaker: First National Bank Financial Crime Division

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Breakfast Meeting @ Happy Hollow
Tuesday, October 24

7:30 AM - Breakfast Buffet & Networking
8:00 AM - Meeting & CE Program

Elder Financial Exploitation – What It Is and How To Safeguard Against It
Presented by: Greg Barnett, Amanda Dahms and Mike McGuire (First National Bank Financial Crime Division)
This program offers 1 hour of CE for NE life insurance, accounting, legal, CFP, PACE and CAP (pending approvals). 

First National Bank of Omaha presents an educational seminar on Elder Financial Exploitation including recent trends in financial exploitation and who is commonly targeted.  The presentation will also include a review of common scams as well as red flags that could help identify potential financial exploitation of an elder and steps to take to safeguard against exploitation. 


  • Greg Barnett is a Senior Financial Crimes Investigator for First National Bank, where he has worked for 12 years. Greg graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and holds a CAMS Certification from the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.
  • Amanda Dahms has been employed with First National Bank since May 2003.  Over her 14 years with FNB, she has worked in a variety of areas including as Retail, Operations, and Compliance.  Amanda has been a part of the Financial Crimes team for the past 10 years spending the past 4 years in investigations, including work on elder financial exploitation investigations.  She is currently a Senior Financial Crime Investigator and was certified as an anti-money laundering specialist in 2015.  Amanda is a 2003 graduate of the University of Iowa where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with minors in Political Science and Sociology. 
  • Mike McGuire has worked for First National Bank of Omaha for over six years.  During that time with the Bank Mike has worked in Financial Crimes Compliance, Credit Card Fraud and Activity Alert.  For the past two years Mike has worked in Financial Crimes Compliance as a Know Your Customer (KYC) Analyst. In his current role he completes holistic transactional reviews on the Banks higher risk customers and reviews on possible prohibited customers to determine the risk they pose to the Bank. Mike has 6 plus years of BSA/AML experience and 12 years in banking.  Mike attended the University of  Nebraska Omaha from 2000-2004 where he studied Criminal Justice. 


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