Stephanie Kappen advises companies in the financial sector and the real economy on the establishment and risk-appropriate alignment of individual compliance management systems to comply with legal obligations and industry-specific regulatory requirements.
As a lawyer of confidence, she manages internal whistleblowing channels and is an experienced contact person for whistleblowers.
The focus of her preventive compliance consulting is on the preparation of risk analyses and the development of customized compliance systems (CMS). A core element of the CMS is a whistleblower system with maximum protection of confidence, which Ms. Kappen supervises as a lawyer.
Based on her many years of experience as deputy group money laundering officer of an internationally active bank, Stephanie Kappen advises on general banking supervisory and regulatory issues as well as the special compliance requirements of the financial sector, up to and including the assumption of legally required officer functions (focus on money laundering officer, central office).
Stephanie Kappen offers practice-oriented in-house employee training on banking supervisory law, the obligations arising from the Money Laundering Act, and general and industry-specific compliance obligations. The interactive employee awareness trainings create added value for the compliance culture and risk management in the company.
Deputy Group Money Laundering Officer of an internationally operating large German Landesbank for many years
Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, lectureship for the subject "General Business Law"
Own law firm in Würzburg with focus on criminal law, white collar crime, criminal tax law
Legal clerkship at the District Court of Aschaffenburg with accompanying work in a medium-sized law firm in Würzburg
Law studies in Mainz and Würzburg
Trained as a bank clerk and worked at Dresdner Bank AG in Mainz