The Association of Financial Crime Prevention Professionals
Held hybrid on Thursday, 28 September 2023
City of London
European AML & Financial Crime
Conference – A Global Outlook
Hear essential updates from leading cross-industry experts!
Held hybrid on 13 – 14 Nov 2023, Merchant Taylors’ Hall, City of London
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Anti-Bribery & Corruption
Forum – A Global Outlook
Hear essential updates from industry experts!
Held hybrid on 15 Nov 2023, City of London
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Leading events in financial crime
Each event brings together leading experts to examine the latest strategies, evolving trends, current challenges and practical solutions to combat financial crime.
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Boost your CPD with our accredited training programme on topical issues to facilitate effective financial crime risk management including AML, bribery and corruption.
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Thursday, 28 September 2023
ABC updates: 13:30 – 15:00
AML/CTF updates: 15:30 – 17:00
3.5 CPD Points (3.5 hours)
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First ever Illegal Wildlife Crime Glossary of Codes
In June 2021, the G7 leaders have agreed commitments to halt and tackle illegal wildlife trade.
In response, the UK National National Wilde Crime Unit has produced the first ever ‘Illegal Wildlife Trade Risk Assessment’ & ‘Glossary of Codes’ in 23 languages.
The ‘Glossary of Codes’ is to help businesses report related suspicious activities, improve intelligence & reduce opportunities for wildlife traffickers to misuse the financial services. For further information on IFAW’s Wildlife Cybercrime keywords Excel database or to flag new emerging keywords, please contact Lionel Hachemin, Program Manager, Wildlife Crime, at email@example.com