Interview With Daniel Tannebaum, Partner at Oliver Wyman
Daniel Tannebaum is a partner in Oliver Wyman’s Risk and Public Policy Practice and its Americas Anti-Financial Crime Leader/Global Sanctions Lead. In these capacities he provides regulatory crisis management support to global financial institutions including banks, broker dealers, money services businesses as well as strategic AML/sanctions compliance programme support during both program creation and remediation processes.
Early Life and Education
Eric brings over 25 years of finance and office management experience from private, for-profit companies. Using his expertise to build resources for Tanenbaum programs, he seeks out donors in corporations, faith communities, civic organizations and government funders as potential donors.
He uses his passion for interreligious understanding and business to craft innovative strategies for Tanenbaum. Additionally, he works to expand their presence nationally and internationally by serving on boards and committees such as Interfaith United NYC, Muslim Jewish Advisory Council-NY and CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion.
He graduated with a B.A in Political Science and Middle East Studies from the University of Albany. Additionally, he is an avid supporter of New York Knicks basketball team and enjoys travelling extensively.
Dan Tannebaum is the Partner and Lead of Oliver Wyman’s Americas Anti-Financial Crime Practice as well as Global Head of Sanctions. In these roles he provides regulatory crisis management support to various financial institutions worldwide including banks, broker dealers and money services businesses; strategic AML/Sanctions Compliance Program assistance through program creation or remediation is also offered by this office.
He has provided assistance to multiple governments with their FATF/APG Mutual Evaluation and National Risk Assessment processes, designing target operating models, program governance frameworks and policies and procedures for various clients.
He is widely considered an expert on sanctions and regularly appears in print, television and radio media interviews. Additionally, he serves as nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Economic Statecraft Initiative in their GeoEconomics Center.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel’s jewelry designs are highly sought after among watch enthusiasts and sneakerheads, as well as Stormtroopers and motorcycle aficionados. Additionally, Daniel enjoys hiking and yoga in his free time.
In 2011, he received an honorary doctorate from Universitatea Petru Maior din Targu Mures to recognize his contributions to computer science. Over 150 papers and 18 books authored by him include MINIX, Amoeba, and Globe.
Janie’s experience with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and USD has cultivated her interest in conflict resolution and social justice. At Tanenbaum’s Peacebuilding program she explores religion’s relationship to culture; speaking and conducting workshops internationally on these topics. Currently living in Brooklyn she speaks fluent French and Spanish as well.
Tanenbaum is not only an accomplished businessman; he also finds the time and talent to create art. A collector, Tanenbaum can often be found posting images of his latest sculptures — everything from Stormtroopers and motorcycles covered with vintage watch parts to Stormtroopers with faceplates of Steve Aoki himself as fans follow them around Instagram. His art has won him praise from rappers like Chief Keef and DJ Steve Aoki himself!
Daniel Tannebaum is a Partner at Oliver Wyman’s Risk and Public Policy Practice and leads its Anti-Financial Crime Practice for Americas as well as being Global Lead for Sanctions. Over his 15 year career he has provided strategic AML/Sanctions compliance support in program creation, remediation and transformation to over 12 global financial institutions.
He has been featured in prominent print, television, and radio media outlets such as American Banker, BBC, Bloomberg Businessweek TV, CNBC, Financial Times (FT) Guardian (GT) and MSNBC among many others.
Lawrence Tanenbaum is well known in Toronto’s professional sports world due to his stake in Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the company which owns Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team, Toronto Raptors basketball team, and Toronto FC soccer team.
Your chances are good that you have seen Canada Goose coats adorned by rappers, CEOs and anyone else prone to cold temperatures. Made by the company with the same name whose president and CEO is Dani Reiss who’s valued by Canadian Business as worth $1.1 billion.
He’s also an active part of Toronto and worldwide philanthropic efforts, contributing to various charities such as Baycrest Centre Foundation which raises funds to address geriatric needs within communities.