Financial Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) continue to be one of the hottest topics across the global financial industry right now. Current concerns around Russian sanctions and the increased focus on cryptocurrency have heightened focus on AML and Financial Crime departments, alongside an increase in the number of fines that financial institutions are having to pay for insufficient fraud practices.
The GFMI 6 th Edition AML And Financial Crime conference will bring together the foremost leaders in AML, Financial Crime, Fraud and Sanctions from leading Financial Institutions to deliver case studies that address the challenges and strategies for managing the ever-changing landscape within financial crime. There will be discussions into the importance of strong risk assessments and reporting strategies and the focus on the risks that cryptocurrency and sanctions are currently posing.
Attending This Premier marcus evans Conference Will Enable You to:
– Improve reaction times to changes in sanctions via strong systems and risk management strategies
– Assess the latest developments within Financial Crime regulation
– Improve overall comfort with the difference in risks associated with crypto transactions across your institution
– Create strong monitoring processes to ensure that model governance is resilient
– Appreciate the heightened focus on risk assessments and SARs
– Overcome challenges with the quality of data to improve the accuracy of alerts
Best Practices and Case Studies from:
– Guidette Laracuente, Head of Policy and Advisory, Sanctions, Legal and Compliance Department, Bank of China
– Annie Rosen, Deputy AML Officer, Checkout.com
– Aleem Jackson, Senior Vice President, BSA/AML Program Head, Axiom Bank
– Michael Aleman, Senior Director, Global Financial Crime Blockchain Innovation, PayPal
– Gregory J. Calpakis, BSA/AML Reform Program Manager & Information Security Officer, OCC
– Vincent G. Heintz, Managing Director | Regional Head of Financial Crime Compliance: Europe and the Americas, Standard Chartered Bank