Event summary – This event brings together leading stakeholders to examine the latest international and domestic strategies and practical measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
Key topics – A panel of leading AML/CTF expert will examine latest international developments in AML/CTF including the FATF AML/CTF priorites and new guidance, EU ML/TF risk map:5MLD & 6MLD: tackling the gaps; local implementation of AML/CTF standards of regulation; FCA’s response to Brexit & shaping the global regulatory agenda; US AML/CTF strategies update – the next wave; and UNODC, Interpol & FIUs on the changing organized crime and enforcement landscape.
Our industry experts will explore developing compliance strategies and best implementation practices including the global geopolitical & financial crime risk map; how to manage risks in a complex world; tackling ML/TF in the context of combating corruption; developing strategies in financial crime compliance governance & culture; next generation of CDD/KYC – a focus on digitalization, information sharing & GDPR; correspondent banking common industry standards; new technologies for AML/CTF including AI, machine learning & blockchain; monitoring & investigations – new models; and navigating economic sanctions on both sides of the Atlantic.
Our specialists will also cover new FATF guidance for mitigating risks from virtual assets; the EU-wide whistleblowing protection directive; the RBA for Designated Non-Financial Business and Professions; emerging payment services; Trust & Company Service Providers – step-up in oversight. They will also put a spotlight on fraud & data transparency risk; cybercrime & security; and countering human trafficking & wildlife crime.
Benefits – The conference will provide a unique opportunity for AML/CTF and financial crime professionals to learn about the latest trends, best implementation practices, compare and benchmark their activities and discuss related concerns with peers from across the UK, Europe and further afield.
Who should attend? – This conference is aimed at professionals responsible for money laundering prevention, financial crime, counter terrorist financing, and anti bribery & corruption from all parts of the regulated sectors, including financial services firms, lawyers, accountants, extractive, real estate agents, casinos, money service businesses, high value dealers, defence as well as law enforcement, regulators, and government representatives from across the UK, Europe and further afield.