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Masterclasses (bookable separately)Monday, 18th November 2019, 09:00 – 12:30

STREAM A – 09:00 – 12:30

  • Lessons learnt from latest enforcement AML/CTF cases – key learning points to incorporate in your policy
  • Tax evasion, avoidance & AML compliance best practice – the challenges and useful approaches

STREAM B – 09:00 – 12:30

  • Sanctions compliance 2019 – addressing growing complexity in your compliance programme
  • Navigating the changing landscape of Iran sanctions on both sides of the Atlantic

MAIN CONFERENCE – 18 & 19th November 2019

Latest international developments in AML/CTF

  • FATF AML/CTF agenda – new guidance and current priorities
  • EU ML/TF risk map and implementation of the 5MLD & 6MLD – tackling the gaps
  • MONEYVAL on combating ML on the edge of Europe
  • Europol response against organised transnational crime – the changing ML threat landscape
  • U.S. AML/CTF strategies – the next wave
  • UK FCA’s response to Brexit & shaping the global regulatory agenda
  • FIUs on emerging ML/TF threats & developing enforcement strategies

Best implementation practices

  • The global geopolitical & financial crime risk map – the new vulnerabilities
  • Developing strategies in AML & financial crime compliance, governance & culture – staying ahead
  • Local implementation of AML/CTF standards of regulation – contrast and compare
  • CDD/KYC & onboarding evolution – the challenges and solutions
  • Next generation of transaction monitoring, investigations & SARs reporting – emerging models
  • Correspondent banking – working towards common AML/CTF compliance standards
  • Harnessing AI, machine learning & blockchain in AML/CTF – opportunities & ethical considerations
  • Cybercrime & financial crime (CyFi) – building operational resiliance
  • FinTech, virtual currencies & emerging payments – integration & ML risk mitigation
  • Spotlight on combating ML/TF in the context of corruption
  • Identifying beneficial ownership in complex legal structures and TCSPs – rising standards
  • Public-private intelligence sharing to combat ML across major markets
  • Whistleblowing systems and protections – embedding the EU-wide rules
  • RBA for Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions – raising the bar
  • Balancing economic sanctions on both sides of the Atlantic