AML for FinTechs

  • When: Thursday, 24 January 2019
  • Time: 9:30am – 4.30pm
  • Venue: betahaus
    Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23
    10969 Berlin
    Germany

The EU FinTech sector is agile and fast-paced. While FinTechs spend a lot of time developing innovative products and customer experience, they must also meet their local anti-financial crime (AFC) regulatory requirements and safeguard themselves against financial crime risks – along with their customers.

This full-day workshop will equip FinTech compliance staff, and those AFC professionals seeking to work with FinTechs in the future, with the knowledge and skills to build a robust AFC compliance programme.

We’ll cover:

  • The types of financial crime risks faced by FinTechs
  • The Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) regulatory obligations that may apply to FinTechs
  • How to undertake a FinTech financial crime risk assessment
  • Key components of a FinTech AFC compliance control framework
  • Real-life financial crime case studies involving FinTechs, illustrating the risks and countermeasures taken

Programme-at-a-glance

9:30 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 Introduction and Learning Objectives
10:15 What Is Financial Crime, and Its Impact on the FinTech Sector?
11:30 – 11:45 Morning Tea Break
11:45 Regulatory Expectations
12:45 – 13:45 Lunch Break
13:45 Understanding the Risk-Based Approach
14:15 Breaking Down Inherent Risks
15:00 – 15:15 Afternoon Tea Break
15:15 Necessary Controls and Residual Risk
16:30 Closing remarks

Pricing

ACAMS Members Non-Members
$495 $595
Online registration is now closed. For last minute registrations please contact your account representative or europe@acams.org.

Groups and public-sector employees may qualify for a discount.
Email europe@acams.org for details.

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Speaker:

Gemma Rogers
  • Gemma Rogers

  • Director
  • Fintrail

Bio

Gemma has a passion for changing the terms of debate around financial crime risk management, debunking the lethargic tick-box concepts of old and focusing on intelligent, inclusive and business-focused solutions. Drawing on her wealth of experience across disruptive services, international banking and the public sector, Gemma brings clients deep domain knowledge of financial crime risks, as well as an ability to execute intelligent frameworks across both emerging platforms and established financial services.

About FINTRAIL

This workshop has been developed in conjunction with subject matter experts from FINTRAIL. FINTRAIL is a specialist FinTech and RegTech consultancy, supporting a significant portfolio of rapidly scaling and established FinTech companies, and acting as advisor to leading global RegTech firms.

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