9th Annual Anti-Bribery & Corruption Forum
Held virtually on the 4 – 5 Nov 20
The AMLP Forum requests the pleasure of your company at its cross-industry…
8th Annual Anti-Bribery
& Corruption Forum
17 – 18 October 2019
Exchange Square, City of London
Welcome – Bienvenue – Bienvenido – Willkommen
Event summary – This cross-industry Forum brings together leading stakeholders to examine the latest international and local anti-bribery & corruption (ABC) regulatory & law enforcement strategies and evolving best compliance practices.
Key topics – A panel of leading experts will examine G20/B20 new Anti-Corruption Action Plan under the Japanese Presidency – strengths and weaknesses; the changing ABC international landscape & public/private partnership; European Contact-Point Network Against Corruption efforts; UK Global Anti-Corruption Strategy, U.S. anti-corruption strategies including new evaluation compliance guidance; and a regional focus: Africa, Northern & Central & Eastern Europe – risk management of the corruption & financial crime flows in low vs high income countries; and new horizons in anti-corruption & integrity – a look ahead.
Our industry experts will explore emerging corruption & financial crime threats & flows in low vs high income countries; developing an effective ABC compliance programme & risk-based controls; harnessing new technologies for anti-corruption; culture & governance – ensuring consistency in values from top to bottom; generic viagra ebay next generation of monitoring & investigations – emerging models; third party risk management, oversight, GDPR and information sharing; EDD & risk management – addressing growing complexity in compliance programme; training & education best practices – evolving trends; training & education best practices – evolving trends; whistleblowing systems & protection – the good and bad practices observed & areas for improvement; tackling corruption in the context of money laundering, tax evasion & fraud; and human trafficking & criminal exploitation of natural resources – role of the industry.
Benefits – The Forum will provide a unique opportunity for ABC 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 cross-industry forum is aimed at professionals responsible for anti-bribery & corruption from among others the financial, legal, construction, telecommunications, defence sectors, extractive industries, regulators, and government representatives from across the UK, Europe and further afield.
AMLP Forum is the leading financial crime and corruption prevention association in Europe.
We look forward to seeing you there!
We are proud to be hosting this year’s event in the impressive County Hall – Westminster Bridge, with breathtaking views over The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben. Located next to The London Eye, Waterloo and Westminster underground stations are a six-minute walk – for venue map click here.
Designed by architect Ralph Knott, County Hall was officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary on 17 July 1922 after construction began prior to the First World War in 1911.
Further improvements were made to it until 1933. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed the north and south wings, which were erected in 1939. Additional changes to the complex, as well as repairs of World War II air-raid damage, were completed by 1963, and the “Island Block” was added in 1974.
For 64 years, County Hall served as the headquarters of local government for London, initially the London County Council and later the Greater London Council.
The octagonal Council Chamber sits at the centre of County Hall, and provided seating for over 200 council members and four galleries overlooking the Chamber for the public and members of the press.
During the 1980s the then powerful Labour-controlled GLC led by Ken Livingstone was locked in conflict with the Conservative government of Margaret Thatcher. Since the Parliament buildings were just across the river from County Hall, the façade of County Hall frequently in more than one year of her tenure served as a billboard for opposition slogans. When the government of Margaret Thatcher abolished the GLC in 1986, County Hall lost its role as the seat of London’s government.
Westminster Bridge crosses the River Thames close to the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. Built between 1738 and 1750, it was the second bridge built to cross the Thames. The current bridge, however, was designed by Thomas Page and opened in 1862. With a total length of 76.2 m spanning the seven arches and a width of 26 m, Westminster Bridge is a metallic bridge with Gothic details designed by Charles Barry (the architect who designed the Houses of Parliament). The bridge is well-known for its special green colour.
Programme by day
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Pre-conference masterclass Pre-conference masterclass Main conference Main conference
PROGRAMME – 16 November 2020
8:30 AM – 9:00 AM – Registration and coffee
9:00 AM – 9:15 AM – Chair’s welcome address
9:15 AM – 10:00 AM – Global efforts to fight money laundering
Below see print of both our current EU Conference Website & ABC Forum website. I made the website lives to take a print screen but they are down now so not sure how much you see in the admin area.
- Alison Barker, Director of Specialist Supervision, FCA
- Anne-Mette Wadman, Public Prosecutor, ØKOKRIM FIU Norway
- Analine Pieters Head of Compliance, Europe & MEIA, Travelex
- Bruce Forbes, Group Head of Financial Crime Investigations, Prudential
- Chloe Cina, Director, Global Sanctions & Embargoes, Deutsche Bank
- Cansu Canca, Founder & Director, AI Ethics Lab
- Colin Darby, Managing Advisor, Financial Crime and Payments, Bovill
- Daniel Tannebaum, Partner, Financial Crimes Unit and Global Sanctions Leader, PwC
- David Hicks, Global Leader, Forensic, KPMG
- David Lewis, Executive Secretary, FATF
- Deborah L. Connor, Chief of the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, US Department of Justice
- Dr. Jan Gerrit-Iken, Global Head of AML and Sanctions, Commerzbank
- Elisabeth Bremner, Partner in the Financial Services Regulatory team, CMS Cameron McKenna
- Gregory Dellas, Director, Wealth & Markets, Bank of Cyprus
- Hartwig Gerhartinger, VP, Legal & Regulatory, Paysafe Group & Managing Director of Paysafecard
- Jeannette M. Gunderson, Head of Data Risk Management, FCTM, HSBC Group
- Jeff Sidell, Chief Technology Officer, RDC
- John Ringguth, Expert to MONEYVAL, Council of Europe
- Karen Blunden, Head of Correspondent Banking, Barclays Bank
- Laure Brillaud, Senior Policy Officer, AML, TI EU Office
- Lora von Ploetz, Director, Head of Global Financial Crime Unit, Commerzbank
- Luca Primerano, Chief AI Officer, Napier
- Madis Reimand, Head of the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit
- Malcolm Wright, Chief Compliance Officer, Diginex and Patron Board Member of Global Digital Finance
- Miriam Ratkovicova, Managing Director, Deloitte
- Mark Hayward, Director, NAEA Propertymark
- Mark Dunn, Head of Data as a Service (DaaS), Lexis Nexis
- Max Tappeiner, Head of Transactions Monitoring Strategy EMEA, UBS & until recently Citibank Head of EMEA Transactions Monitoring Risk Management
- Nadja Long, Acting Head of Unit, Financial Crime, Europol
- Niall Walker, Acting Head of Financial Crime Unit, Barclays Bank
- Nick Maxwell, Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) Programme Lead, RUSI
- Patrick Bourke, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Paul Clulow, MD & Global Head of Capital Markets Surveillance, Société Générale
- Ross Munro, Global Head of Fiduciary, Harneys British Virgin Islands
- Sébastien de Brouwer, Head of Department, Legal, Economic and Social Affairs, European Banking Federation
- Steve Hyndman, Global Director of Financial Crime and IT Risk, Aviva Investors
- Simon Richardson, Principal Consultant, Oracle Financial Services
- Tom Fothergill, Lead Policy Adviser, Financial Services & Digital Economy, Government of Jersey
- Tony Wicks, Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Swift
- Ted Datta, Director, Governance, Risk and Compliance, Bureau van Dijk
- Valerie Dessaignes, Head of Digital Transformation, Société Générale Group
- Wies Wagenaar, Head of Compliance & Ethics, ABN AMRO
Please find below suggestions for hotels within walking distance of the conference venue.
With more reasonable rates, centrally located and with a short, direct underground journey to the venue, we also recommend the following.
Click here for other nearby hotels
Directions to Westminster
London City Airport is the closest airport to The City of London. The airport, a hub for European and domestic flights, is just eight miles away. Take the Docklands Light Railway straight to Canning Town Station. Take the Underground – Jubilee Line to Westminster station. London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a short walk from there. Luton and Stansted serve European and domestic flights, while planes land at Heathrow and Gatwick from almost everywhere in the world. All four are no more than 45 minutes by train from central London.
From Heathrow Airport – Take the Underground – Picadilly Line to Green Park station and change to Jubilee Line to Westminster. The train runs every few minutes and the journey takes approximately 50 minutes. London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a short walk from there. Cost – approximately GBP£10.00. For information, click here
From Stansted Airport – take the Stansted Express train, which runs every half hour to Tottenham Hale station. The journey will take approximately 35 minutes. Take the Underground – Victoria Line to Green Park station and change to Jubilee Line to Westminster. London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a short walk from there. Cost – approximately GBP£20.40. For information, click here
From Luton Airport – Take the shuttle bus to Luton railway station. Take the train to Kings Cross/Thames Link. It will take approximately 35 minutes. The trains run every 15 minutes. After you arrive at Kings Cross/Thames Link, take the Underground – Victoria Line to Green Park station change to Jubilee Line to Westminster. London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a short walk from there. For information, click here
From Gatwick Airport – Take the Gatwick Express train to Victoria station. Trains run about every 15 minutes. It will take approximately 30 minutes. Cost – approximately GBP£9.50. For information, click here. From Victoria, take the Underground – Circle and District Line to Westminster station. London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a short walk from there.
*The above fares Do Not include the Underground rates.
Westminster is the closest London Underground station to the hotel and to the venue. Get out at either one of these stops and we’re only a short walk away.
Waterloo Station is the nearest mainline stop to the hotel. Once again, it is only a few minutes by foot to our door. However, if that heavy luggage is weighing you down the taxi rank is always full of eager cabbies ready to help.
- thetrainline – UK train ticket website
- Network Rail – UK train service information
- London Underground
Other nearby hotels
Premier Inn London County Hall***
T: +44 333 400 6112
W: Premier Inn London County Hall
Rates begin at £140+VAT.
Outside the event
We have included a selection of useful website links to principal attractions, events and places to take traditional afternoon tea should you wish to spend the weekend in London.
Useful website links
National Maritime Museum / Royal Observatory Museum –
Located in Greenwich, these museums have a collection of over 2 million generic viagra effectiveness objects about the sea, ships, astronomy and time. »click here
An afternoon tea
Order tea and cake in elegant surroundings at:
The Orangery at Kensington Palace – Overlooks the splendid palace gardens and serves afternoon tea as well as sandwiches and hot lunches. Phone: 020/7376-0239
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