Danny McGlynn is a senior managing director at K2 Integrity, responsible for leading the DOLFIN team. DOLFIN—the Dedicated Online Financial Integrity Network—is the premier online working environment for the global financial integrity community. Through DOLFIN, Danny helps financial institutions and other organizations meet regulatory training requirements. Bringing to bear more than two decades at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, he works with the DOLFIN team to provide operationally useful tools and resources to financial crimes risk and compliance professionals through the DOLFIN platform to help sharpen their skills and expertise to meet heightened regulatory expectations in the areas of anti-money laundering, sanctions compliance, and other illicit finance issues. In addition to these responsibilities, Danny assists with and supports all aspects of K2 Integrity’s work, including the design and development of new services, products, and technologies.
Prior to joining K2 Integrity, Danny served more than 20 years with the Treasury Department, where he held a variety of positions at the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Most recently, he served as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (PDAS) of OIA, and as the acting Assistant Secretary, responsible for leading the organization’s receipt, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence related to the Treasury’s mission to safeguard the international financial system from abuse and to combat threats to U.S national security. He also served as OIA’s DAS for Analysis and Production, and as Director of its Middle East–Europe Office, helping to manage the department’s effort to utilize intelligence information to conceptualize, coordinate, and implement strategies to deny terrorist and insurgent groups access to funding. Danny also held positions as Treasury’s liaison to the U.S. Central Command, as a Compliance Specialist and Investigator for OFAC, and as a Presidential Management Fellow.
Danny received a J.D. from George Mason University School of Law, an M.A. from Florida International University in international studies, and a B.S. from Florida State University in international affairs. He was awarded the Stuart Levey Award in recognition of his dedicated service to and leadership of the Treasury Department’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.