AMLP Forum is organising its 15th Annual European Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Conference to be held virtually over two afternoons on 17 and 18 November 2021.
This event brings together key stakeholders to discuss the latest strategies and practical measures to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and financial crime. It is an opportunity to learn about recent international regulatory and legislative changes in anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing, best practice in implementation, and to share knowledge and solutions with professionals from the UK, Europe and beyond.
The programme will include key updates from the FATF, European Commission, Interpol, Europol, FIU Belgium, supervisors from Luxembourg, Latvia and Sweden, as well as cross-industry experts from Commerzbank, Coinbase, ClearStream, Danske Bank, HSBC, ING Group, Generali, State Street, Western Union and many others.
The topics of this year’s European conference:
The latest developments in AML/CTF and financial crime covering the emerging threat of transnational organised crime; the unintended consequences of the FATF standards; the EC on the new EU Anti-Money Laundering Action Plan and key reform areas; the Supervisors’ Roundtable – a focus on risk-based supervision, transparency, digital transformation of AML/CTF, virtual assets and other common challenges and the integration of ESG and wildlife crime into a wider CFA agenda.
Compliance best practice panels will look at how to take an enterprise-wide AFC compliance programme forward into a new era – new challenges and how to demonstrate effectiveness; the next generation of smart controls and testing; CDD/KYC digitisation and the evolution of financial crime risk; building the future state of transaction monitoring and reporting; and making the best use of automation, data, AI, machine learning and blockchain – the latest adoption trends and solutions.
This year’s hotspots will focus on ultimate beneficial owners and source of wealth/funds; tackling the rising trend of cybercrime; the countdown to ISO 200022 implementation and related banking integration – understanding the impact on your anti-money laundering programme and tracing ; Virtual assets and virtual asset service providers – the evolution of risk-based compliance strategies to reduce risk and horizon scanning – how to strengthen your defences in advance of anticipated vulnerabilities.
ABBL members receive a 10% discount on the entrance ticket by mentioning the code “ABBL” when booking.
More information here.