This event brings together leading stakeholders to examine the latest international and domestic strategies and practical measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
A panel of leading AML/CTF experts will examine G20 & FATF global priorities for AML/CTF under the US Presidency, EU ML/TF risk map, 5MLD, increasing ML/TF on the edge of Europe & transnational ML/TF threats, intelligence sharing, international asset recovery and new OECD & EU tax disclosure rules.
The panels will also look at the new areas of regulatory change, cryptocurrencies, the new dynamics in financial sanctions, and local application of the 4MLD/5MLD, GDPR, PSD2 & EU FTR.
Latest international AML/CTF developments
- G20 & FATF global AML/CTF priorities under the US Presidency
- EU ML/TF risk map: tackling the gaps, 5MLD & current agenda
- EU Parliament on EU tax policies & tax evasion – key points for the industry
- EBA opinion on virtual currencies – practical considerations
- European Business Beneficial Ownership & Control Registers – a progress update
- Europol on combating transnational ML/TF & intelligence sharing, SARs reporting & asset confiscation
- Law enforcement FIU panel – Liechtenstein, Netherlands & Norway
- MONEYVAL on increasing ML/TF on the edge of Europe
- Regulatory update – France & UK
- Regional AML/CTF hotspots – Africa, Central & Eastern Europe & Middle East
Best implementation practices
- The global geopolitical & financial crime risk map – managing risks in a complex world
- Local implementation of 4MLD/5MLD, GDPR & PSD2 – contrast and compare
- Developing strategies in financial crime compliance, governance & culture – staying ahead
- CDD/KYC & onboarding evolution – the new challenges and solutions
- AI and machine learning in financial crime – overcoming the barriers to adoption
- OFAC economic sanctions update – navigating through the changing landscape
- Big data management analytics & outsourcing to the cloud – practical considerations
- Cryptocurrencies – definition, onboarding and ML/TF risk mitigation
- PEPs compliance and source of wealth & funds – lessons learnt from recent enforcement cases
- Transactions monitoring & investigations – improving threat detection & SARs reporting
- Spotlight on integrating fraud and cybercrime into the broader financial crime agenda
- Terrorist financing & financial crime – strengthening your defences
- Tax evasion and avoidance– implications of new OECD & EU tax disclosure rules
- Countering human trafficking & wildlife crime – the customer and transactional risk traits
- Open banking & alternative payment services – the opportunities & ML/TF risks
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The organisers offer a 10% discount to ABBL members (please quote “ABBL LU” discount code when booking).