17th Annual

European AML & Financial Crime
A Global Outlook

13/14 November 2023

Held hybrid - Merchant Taylor's Hall, City of London



Join us this November for your principal AML/CTF & financial crime updates 2023!

A cross-industry leader in enriching public-private partnership to help most effectively combat ML/TF & financial crime, we represent the industry voice to policymakers, governments, and law enforcement.

AMLP looks forward to welcoming you to its flagship 17th Annual European AML & Financial Crime Conference – A Global Outlook, held hybrid on 13 – 14 November 2023 at the magnificent Merchant Taylors’ Hall, London, EC2R 8JB.

This event is held in hybrid format – delegates are able to attend in person or virtually.

Excellent feedback below from last year’s 400 delegates is a testament to the high quality of presentations and expert insight on topical issues you can expect to hear in the area of AML and financial crime.

“Bravo! The event was excellent as was the variety of subjects covered and calibre of speakers. I look forward to attending future events”.

“Thank you for such a comprehensive programme, very interesting speakers and really well run”.

“Very well organised, well attended, interesting inspiring speakers”.

Event Summary

This event brings together leading stakeholders to examine the latest strategies, most pressing topical issues and practical measures to combat ML/TF, financial crime, fraud, ESG, sanctions evasion and anti-bribery & corruption. It provides an excellent opportunity to learn about recent AML/CTF international regulatory and legislative changes, best implementation practices, and share knowledge and solutions with professionals from UK, Europe and further afield.

Key Topics 2023

  • EC on strengthening AML/CTF resilience in the EU – the latest on the new AML Package, AMLA & Rulebook
  • Regulatory & policy roundtable: key local AML/CTF activities & areas  of focus – bolstering supervision & enforcement
  • Law enforcement on the changing nature of transnational criminality, the impact of digitalisation & why cash is still king
  • New global economic sanctions priorities including human rights considerations on both sides of the Atlantic
  • Predictive risk assessment – anticipating new vulnerabilities and strengthening defences
  • A smart CDD/KYC future through an effective RBA, feedback loop, perpetual KYC, data quality & digitalisation
  • Enterprise-wide risk-based transaction monitoring – innovative ways to improve effectiveness
  • Digital transformation of AML/CTF – the next steps in data integration, perpetuality, automation, AI & human oversight
  • ESG and anti-financial crime convergence – latest best practice
  • Addressing the growing cyber-enabled fraud threats & interlink money laundering
  • A push for tougher transparency of BO in legal arrangements & trusts – a focus on the latest raising FATF standards Rec. 24/25 and new US & EU measures to close existing gaps in combating ML/TF and evasion of sanctions
  • NPOs & derisking: unintended consequences of FATF standards – balancing compliance & human right

and many more…

Stellar government, regulatory & law enforcement Speakers line-up

  • Opening Keynote Address: Martin Merlin, Director, DG FISMA, Regulation, Prudential Supervision and Financial Crime, European Commission
  • Alina Nedea, Head of Unit, Sanctions, Directorate-General for Financial Stability, European Commission
  • Antoine Karam, Chief, Software Products for Member States, UNODC
  • Chloe Cina, Head of Global Sanctions Advisory, Deutsche Bank
  • Daniel Thelesklaf, Director, FIU Germany
  • Elisa de Anda Madrazo, until recently Vice-President, FATF
  • Erik Barnett, Europe Head of Financial Crime, HSBC
  • Jan-Gerrit Iken, Global Head of Monitoring & Screening, Deutsche Bank
  • Joanna Jenkins, Regional Head of Compliance for EU, Binance
  • John Ringguth, Scientific Expert to MONEYVAL
  • Lora von Ploetz, Head of AML Supervision of Payment Institutions, BaFin
  • Mohamed Saeed Alkatheeri, Head – National Coordination & Follow-Up Department, UAE Executive Office of AML/CTF
  • Nadja Long, until recently Team Leader, European Financial & Economic Crime Centre, Europol
  • Nicola Poole, Global Head of New Client KYC Onboarding, Citi Bank
  • Steve Strickland, Chief Compliance Officer, Copper.co
  • Tobias Killmann, Head of Group Central Compliance and Strategy, Erste Group Bank AG
  • Pierre Allegret, Head of the Fight Against Financial Crime and International Sanctions Office, French Treasury

among many others…

Sectors in attendance


The Conference will provide a unique opportunity for financial crime, AML/CTF 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.

For any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Diane at events@amlpforum.com

We look forward to welcoming to you on day!


Please complete the registration form to confirm your place. For enquiries, including PO. numbers and multiple bookings, contact us at events@amlpforum.com

Special Offer

Book both Main European Conference & 12th Annual ABC Forum (Day 3) and receive a 10% discount – can be shared with
a colleague

Event Discounts

  • Member discount applies to academics, charities, law enforcement & government.
  • 10% discount applies to members of Banking Associations of: Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Slovakia
  • Bring 3 or more delegates – please contact us for enterprise discounts.
  • Book both the Conference and Masterclass – receive a 10% discount
    *Discount offers cannot be combined.

CPD Points

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided to claim your CPD Points.

  • Eligibility: Sign-in required
  • Records: Retained for 5 years
  • CPD Points: 9.5 for Main Conference and 3.5 for each Masterclass Stream