Kyle Daddio is a Managing Director in the Disputes , Claims, & Investigations group, where he specializes in financial crime compliance and securities regulation. Mr. Daddio’s expertise includes designing and implementing AML, KYC, Trade Surveillance and Sanctions programs for global financial institutions including banks, broker dealers, investment advisors, fintechs , payment processors, and money service businesses.
Mr. Daddio is experienced in assessing financial crimes compliance programs, identifying gaps and regulatory issues, and providing meaningful solutions. He assists financial institutions in efforts to remediate their AML programs due to pending enforcement actions and in response to consent orders. He has been an AML expert and liaison to investigators from federal, state and local agencies, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA, National Futures Association, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, U.S. Department of Treasury, and Southern District of New York.
Prior to joining Stout, he was a Managing Director at FTI Consulting. He has held senior level AML positions within the industry and began his career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He served as the Chief AML Officer at Interactive Brokers LLC, one of the largest online trading firms, where he was responsible for overseeing AML, KYC, Sanctions, and Trade Surveillance programs. At Interactive Brokers, Mr. Daddio was hired in response to a multi regulator enforcement action as the first solely dedicated AML Officer, where he developed and enhanced the AML, Sanctions and Trade Surveillance programs, to include enhancing policies and procedures, implementing technology solutions, building the organizational staffing structure, developing AML specific training, and all aspects of operationalizing a Financial Crimes Compliance program.
Mr. Daddio began his career at the FBI in the Counter Terrorism Division working international investigations and representing the FBI on the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in NY and National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF). He spent time in the Middle East as a member of the Joint Interagency Task Force, part of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command, as well as in Guantanamo Bay as a member of the FBI’s High Value Detainee Prosecution Task Force. He received the Joint Civilian Service Commendation Medal from the Department of Defense for his service overseas.