Anti-Financial Crime Symposium – Cyprus

  • When:Wednesday, 7 February 2018
  • Where:Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Venue: Hilton Cyprus,
    98 Archbishop Makarios III Avenue,
    Nicosia, 1077, Cyprus

This full-day event focuses on current challenges being faced by Mediterranean-based organisations and international finance centres (IFCs) as they seek to detect, prevent and disrupt financial crime in their regions.

  • Against a backdrop of industry-wide demand for greater transparency and global cooperation, we’ll consider cross-jurisdictional issues facing IFCs in 2018.
  • Anti-Financial Crime experts from Cyprus and abroad will share their real-life experience of undertaking CDD and ongoing monitoring of complex structures within the investment, insurance and trade sectors.
  • Learn how new AFC regulatory measures (in jurisdictions of strategic importance for IFCs) might impact future customer onboarding and areas of emerging financial crime risk.

Programme-at-a-glance

7:45 – 8:50 Registration and Networking Breakfast
8:50 Welcome and Introductory Remarks
9:00 Around the World in 15 Minutes: An AFC Global Update
9:15 Reshaping the AFC Landscape: A Regulatory Update
10:15 – 10:45 Networking and Refreshment Break
10:45 The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Tactics Used to Conceal Beneficial Ownership and How to Overcome Them
11:45 Case Study Session – Anatomy of Cross Border Crime Case
12:45 Overview – Q&A for Morning Sessions
13:00 – 14:00 Networking Lunch
14:00 Taking a Second Look: New Challenges and Responses to Economic Sanctions Risks
15:00 – 15:15 Networking and Refreshment Break
15:15 Two Sides of the Same Coin: The Risks and Opportunities of Technology
16:25 Closing Remarks
16:30 – 17:15 Networking Session

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Keynote Discussion

Bio

Joanna Kozlowska is a senior member of Group Compliance, responsible for change management, in a Greek systemic Bank. Prior to that she was heading Compliance and AML/CTF functions in the Greek branches of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. and The Royal Bank of Scotland plc. During this period Joanna gained significant experience in dealing with complex ownership structures and other AML/CTF challenges of the shipping industry. Prior to moving into Greece, Joanna worked at both the public (the Securities and Exchange Commission – currently Polish FSA) and private side (asset management and mutual funds management) of the Polish financial sector.

Joanna holds a Master Degree in Law from the Warsaw University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Capital Investments and Business Development from the Warsaw School of Economics, as well as Certified Interval Auditor and CAMS-FCI certifications.


Andy McDonald

Bio

Andy McDonald retired from the Metropolitan Police Service in January 2017, after over 30 years’ service. He has extensive overt and covert investigative experience in all ranks as a detective and Financial Investigator, where he led a number of high profile fraud, money laundering and organised crime investigations.

Following a significant period in covert operations, he returned to the MPS Serious and Organised Crime Command where he was Head of the MPS Fraud Investigation and Prevention, Arts and Antiques and the Gaming Unit. He designed, negotiated funding and implemented the current MPS Fraud and Cyber crime operating model – Operation FALCON.

Andy achieved his MBA qualification through Strathclyde University (SGBS). His dissertation explored the effects of constant technological and legal changes to client relationships in bespoke areas of the regulated sector. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management.

Andy completed his last 3 policing years, holding Command positions in Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command where he was Head of Specialist Investigations. His portfolio included the UK National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit (NTFIU) and Joint Border Force cash seizure teams.

Since retiring, Andy has acted as a subject matter expert and speaker for a range of organisations in respect of critical incident management, terrorist funding and illicit finance. He has co-authored and presented on a range of ACAMS webinars.


Samantha-Sheen

Bio

Mrs. Samantha Sheen is a financial crime risk professional who recently completed work with a global insurer based in Milan, Italy, where she focused on enhancing its financial crime measures across offices in three continents.

Mrs. Sheen previously worked as the inaugural director of the Financial Crime Division for the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. She joined the Commission in 2010 as its first legal counsel. Prior to joining the Commission, Mrs. Sheen worked as legal counsel for various financial companies both in Canada and Australia. While in Sydney, Australia, Mrs. Sheen worked with a large accountancy firm in its compliance advisory team before moving to Guernsey. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Mrs. Sheen started her legal career in Toronto in the late 1990s.

Moreover, Mrs. Sheen holds a bachelor’s degree in public administration, an LLB and a master’s degree in risk management. She is a member of ACAMS and is a graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Strategic Management of Regulatory and Enforcement Agencies program. Mrs. Sheen’s particular area of interest is in relation to the effectiveness of risk management and mitigation measures in influencing changes in staff behavior and culture within financial institutions.

Speaker Faculty

Andreas Andreou

Bio

A graduate of the Faculty of Economics and Accounting of the City University of London, Andreas holds a Masters degree, MSc in Shipping Trade and Finance, from the Cass Business School, London and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers of the United Kingdom.

Working at Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd, Cyprus since 1990; he currently holds the position of Insurance and Claims Director and is responsible for insurance related matters for all the group companies as well as ship registration and ship sale and purchase projects. As of 2017 he deals with a number of corporate risks such as Data Protection, for which he holds the position of the Group Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Sanctions, supervising the activities of his team of 15 professionals. Since 2008, he has also assumed responsibility for all seafarers’ union and International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) matters. He also held the position of Deputy Marketing Director for the five year period of 2008-2013.

Outside of his responsibilities for Columbia, Andreas sits on a number of shipping related committees and boards. He is a participating Member on the Committee of the Norwegian Hull Club, a director on the board of Cyprus International Business Association and Chairman of the Insurance and Legal Committee of Intertanko.

In 2014 he was appointed as a Director of International Maritime Employers’ Council (IMEC) and was re-elected in same position in 2015 and 2017. He participates as a member of the Employers’ negotiating team at the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) central negotiations and in various other national union negotiations.


Jon Barclay
  • Jon Barclay

  • Partner
  • Bedell Cristin Guernsey Partnership

Bio

Jon Barclay is highly rated for his presence in court. He advises institutions, law firms and in-house teams worldwide across the range of international financial services litigation. He has a close interest in cross-border enforcement and asset recovery and has received particular recognition for his work in the fraud arena, with freezing injunctions and related orders.

Jon began his legal career in 1999 as a barrister in the chancery and commercial group at leading UK set No. 5 Chambers. He returned to his home island of Guernsey six years later and was admitted as an Advocate of the Royal Court in 2006.


  • Laure Brillaud

  • Senior Policy Officer, Anti-Money Laundering
  • Transparency International EU

Bio

Laure joined Transparency International EU in 2016 and leads the work on Anti-Money Laundering. In this respect, she has followed closely the recent revision process of EU anti-money laundering rules. Her areas of expertise include beneficial ownership transparency, compliance, asset recovery, etc.

Prior to joining Transparency International, she worked at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). In particular, she conducted policy analysis and outreach on corruption in the extractive sector and other key global development challenges. Laure holds a Masters’ degree in Engineering from Mines ParisTech as well as dual Masters’ degree in International Affairs and Public Administration from Science Po Paris and Columbia University.


Elena Frixou
  • Elena Frixou

  • Senior Advisor
  • Association of Cyprus Banks

Bio

Elena Frixou is Senior Advisor of the Association of Cyprus Banks, a non-profit professional body representing the interests of the banking industry. Her duties involve internally legal advising, monitoring AML/CFT and regulatory compliance issues and acting as Chair of the relevant committees of the Association. She represents the Association at the European Banking Federation (EBF), as well as the House of Representatives, the Central Bank of Cyprus and other governmental bodies. She is a member of the AML & Financial Crime Committee of the European Banking Federation and represents the Association in the National Advisory Authority for Combating Money Laundering.

Prior to working in the Association, Ms Frixou has been practicing corporate law in a large law firm in Nicosia. She has also delivered a number of training courses in respect of the Cyprus anti-money laundering, companies and investment services laws.

Ms Frixou is a Barrister (member of Gray’s Inn London) and has been admitted to the Bar in Cyprus. She is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Corporate Commercial Law from King’s College London, a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies from City University London and a Diploma in Oil and Gas Agreements from the IBC Academy-UK.

Ms Frixou is also a member of the AEDBF Europe (European Association of professionals in the legal aspects of banking, financial and capital market sector) and board member of the Cyprus Chapter of ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists).


Professor George Giaglis

Bio

George is Professor of eBusiness at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) and Director of the Institute for the Future (IFF) at the University of Nicosia. He has extensive academic leadership experience, having served as AUEB’s Vice Rector (2011-2015), Head of Department (2016-2018) and CEO of the university’s asset management company (2011-2017).

His research interests focus on digital currencies, blockchain applications, new forms of industrial organization (like distributed autonomous organizations) and the sharing economy. He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed papers in leading scientific journals and conferences and serves in the editorial board of seven academic journals.

He is one of the first academics to research and teach on blockchain, having:

  • Designed the curriculum of the world’s first full academic degree on blockchain (MSc in Digital Currency at the University of Nicosia).
  • Led the development of blockchain credentialing technology that has resulted in the first ever publishing of academic certificates on the blockchain, by the University of Nicosia.
  • Published a number of academic papers and served at the editorial board of Ledger, the only academic journal dedicated to blockchain.
  • Taught on the disruptive innovation potential of blockchain, both at academic programs and in executive seminars worldwide.
  • Organized a number of prominent blockchain conferences and events, including Decentralized 2017, the academic track of Consensus 2017, the blockchain track at AFP 2017, etc.

John Marsden
  • John Marsden

  • Head of Identity and Fraud Avoidance Europe
  • Equifax

Bio

John Marsden is currently Head of Equifax Europe – ID and Fraud Services. Equifax provides data, services and systems to inform application processes. The drive towards automation within strict compliance controls is a challenge which Equifax rise to.

From an early Banking and Business Information background, John has been involved with the hunt for beneficial owners since 2000, producing procedures and service provisions for a range of clients in Top UK Legal before moving to a Credit Reference Agency to specialise in ID and Fraud provisions which often involve the desire for near instant decisioning.

The challenges faced in boarding complex corporate clients is difficult to automate, not least from a data point of view, but moreover, data needs to be as fresh as possible. Manual and Investigative efforts are required to ensure compliance with technology is find relevance within this complex process.


Christos Michael

Bio

Christos is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Cyprus (ICPAC), and holds a Master’s degree in Accounting and International Finance from the University of Glasgow.

He started his professional career in Cyprus with Price Waterhouse in 1992 and joined Chrysanthou & Christoforou (representing Arthur Andersen) as a manager in 1997. Following the merger of Chrysanthou & Christoforou with Deloitte he became an audit partner in 2006. In September 2007 he joined Excel-Serve as a member of the Board of Directors, which was then acquired by IFG and subsequently by First Names Group, where he currently holds the position of Managing Director in Cyprus. Christos is involved in the Group’s global strategy and initiatives, by providing technical, cultural and leadership input for the local business.

Christos was amongst the initiators for setting up the Cyprus Fiduciary Association.


Michael Mrak
  • Michael Mrak

  • Head of Department for Corporate Governance Coordination and Compliance
  • Casinos Austria AG

Bio

Michael Mrak started to work for Casinos Austria in the year 1993 as an IT project manager. He was responsible for the design and implementation of the nationwide network of all 12 casinos in Austria and for the integration of IT systems. He was also responsible for the development and operation of all IT security systems. In 2001, Michael left the IT department and joined the Internal Audit Division as Data Protection and Information Security Officer. He also founded the Department Data Privacy of Casinos Austria and the Austrian Lotteries in the same year. Michael joined the Division Public & European Affairs and founded the Department Data Privacy & Anti Money Laundering in 2008. Since 2012, his department also covers the field of Anti-Corruption and was renamed to Department Compliance. Michael is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Graz and he is also well known as a speaker at various national and international seminars about Data Privacy issues, Anti-Corruption awareness programs and Anti-Money Laundering methods in the gaming industry. He is also an expert in the field of compliance certification standards. He is a dedicated member of the Compliance Officer Association Austria, a founding member of the Austrian association of Privacy Officers and active member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.


Marios Neoptolemou
  • Marios Neoptolemou

  • Senior Officer and Head of the On-site & Non-SSM Functions Department Supervision Division
  • Central Bank of Cyprus

Bio

Marios has worked in the Supervision Division and the Payment Systems Department of the Central Bank of Cyprus. He is also a CFA Charter holder and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, as well as ICPAC


Conor O'Driscoll

Bio

Conor O’Driscoll is an FX Professional with over 8 years’ experience across both the Retail and Institutional FX sectors. After spending 4 years working in a number of roles within FxPro, he was appointed as the Deputy CEO and COO of FxPro UK Ltd.

His work has focused primarily around project management, risk management and trade execution. Conor holds a Masters in Finance from the Smurfit School of Business (Ireland) and a Bachelors in Commerce from University College Dublin (Ireland).


Borja Pastor
  • Borja Pastor

  • Specialist at AP SUSTRANS
  • Europol Financial Intelligence

Bio

Borja Pastor is a specialist in money laundering who works at the Analysis Project Sustrans within the Europol Financial Intelligence.

Before Europol, Borja was in Law Enforcement in Spain. He has been working in the last 10 years as Team Leader in specialized units counter organised crime and money laundering and now, he is sharing his expertise and experience from Europol supporting EU MS.

After being case manager in more than 60 investigations on organised crime, Borja believes that the most effective way of tackling organised crime is to fight against its economic base. According to his experience, investigations focus on dismantling criminal organisations by blocking their financial support have been demonstrated much more effective.

Borja haw also graduated in Law and he has participated in the producing of documents and reports of operational and strategic nature in relation to money laundering, asset recovery and financial investigations for various audiences.

Borja has been awarded multiple times with medals from Guardia Civil and French Gendarmerie.


Yehuda Shaffer
  • Yehuda Shaffer

  • Deputy State Attorney (Financial Enforcement)
  • Justice Ministry

Bio

Yehuda Shaffer is the Israeli Deputy State Attorney (Financial Enforcement) since 2009.Before that he was (2002 – 2009) the director and founder of IMPA – (Israel Money-laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority) the Israeli FIU (Financial Intelligence Unit) in the Ministry of Justice.

Before that (1992-2002) Mr. Shaffer served as a senior deputy to the state attorney in the high court of justice department, in the state attorney’s office in the ministry of Justice.

Before that (1989-2001) Mr. Shaffer worked in a law firm as litigating attorney in various corporate and civil matters.

Received his L.L.B. (1987) and L.L.M. (1989) from the faculty of law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and a Masters in Public administration MPA – at the Kennedy school of government at Harvard University (2000).

He teaches the course “financial crime” at the law faculty in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Mr. Shaffer has represented the state of Israel, the Israeli prosecution service, and the Israeli FIU in many international conventions, and before several international bodies (Committee Against Torture in Geneva (CAT), International Prosecutors Association (APA), The Egmont group, OECD, Council of Europe (Moneyval) and FATF).

He had been an expert evaluator in several Anti Money Laundering and Countering Terror Financing (AML/CFT) evaluations on behalf of the Council of Europe (Moneyval) and the IMF. (Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Poland, Jersey, Isle of man).

Is a regular speaker in the Cambridge symposium on financial crime and a participant in several other training seminars and conferences held by various bodies both in Europe and worldwide (UNODC, CoE, OSCE, Basel institute for Governance and others).


Anna Soloveva

Bio

Anna Soloveva joined ACAMS as a Subject Matter Expert in October 2017 from HSBC where she advised the business on international sanctions compliance across all lines of business. Prior to this Anna was an MLRO with a fintech company and held a number of roles at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, including in the bank’s Financial Crime project advisory and its Accountability Mechanism. In her career Anna travelled extensively across CIS and engaged with stakeholders including NGOs, government officials and MDB practitioners on issues of good governance, sustainable development and community access to recourse. Anna holds an LLM, BA Honors and an advanced AML certification.

Moderator Faculty

Charalambos Anastasiades

Bio

Charalambos currently serves as vice-chair of the ACAMS Cyprus chapter. He is the Owner and Director of CSA-PRO Solutions Ltd and Co-Owner and Co-Director of CiSero Ltd. companies specialising in providing compliance services. CSA-PRO Solutions focusses on the provision of proactive Compliance, Consultancy, Training and AML Risk Management systems to financial institutions and corporate service providers.

Charalambos’ expertise includes the design and development of compliance programs, compliance risk assessment, compliance systems evaluation and compliance training. He has an MBA degree from Vanderbilt University (USA) and a B.A. from York University (Canada). He has more than 30 years of work experience mainly in the financial sector. In addition to working as a Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO), he has worked in the finance, retail and corporate sectors of financial institutions. His extensive experience in compliance ranges from Know-Your-Customer due diligence processes and customer risk assessment to AML compliance program development, implementation and evaluation. Furthermore, throughout his career he has given numerous lectures and seminars relative to the financial sector. During the past five years he has delivered more than 500 hours of compliance training seminars.


Elena Frixou
  • Elena Frixou

  • Senior Advisor
  • Association of Cyprus Banks

Bio

Elena Frixou is Senior Advisor of the Association of Cyprus Banks, a non-profit professional body representing the interests of the banking industry. Her duties involve internally legal advising, monitoring AML/CFT and regulatory compliance issues and acting as Chair of the relevant committees of the Association. She represents the Association at the European Banking Federation (EBF), as well as the House of Representatives, the Central Bank of Cyprus and other governmental bodies. She is a member of the AML & Financial Crime Committee of the European Banking Federation and represents the Association in the National Advisory Authority for Combating Money Laundering.

Prior to working in the Association, Ms Frixou has been practicing corporate law in a large law firm in Nicosia. She has also delivered a number of training courses in respect of the Cyprus anti-money laundering, companies and investment services laws.

Ms Frixou is a Barrister (member of Gray’s Inn London) and has been admitted to the Bar in Cyprus. She is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Corporate Commercial Law from King’s College London, a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies from City University London and a Diploma in Oil and Gas Agreements from the IBC Academy-UK.

Ms Frixou is also a member of the AEDBF Europe (European Association of professionals in the legal aspects of banking, financial and capital market sector) and board member of the Cyprus Chapter of ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists).


Saba Ullah

Bio

Christoforos Livadiotis has been dealing with AML for over 15 years. He is currently the Head of Compliance and the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) of AstroBank Ltd (previously Piraeus Bank (Cyprus) Ltd). His role is to provide independent oversight of the management of the Bank’s compliance with laws, regulations, guidelines and internal policies/procedures relevant to the activities of the Bank, including but not limited to AML. Prior to joining Piraeus Bank (Cyprus) Ltd, Christoforos worked as a financial analyst/investigator in the Unit for Combating Money Laundering (MOKAS), under the Attorney General of the Republic of Cyprus. Part of his responsibilities involved the analysis and the dissemination of disclosures of suspicious transactions reports, international cooperation for multi-country investigations and other relevant information relating to activities suspected of money laundering and terrorist financing. Christoforos holds a BSc from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Accounting with Management and MSc from the University of Reading – ISMA Centre Business School in International Securities Investment and Banking (ISIB).


Peter Oakes
  • Peter Oakes

  • Non-Executive Director of Fintech and Regtech

Bio

Peter Oakes is a financial services expert in the banking, payments, funds, MiFID, fintech, regtech, cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology industries. His subject matter expertise includes anti-financial crime, corporate governance, directors’ duties, data protection and financial services regulations. Peter is the founder of Fintech Ireland and Fintech UK. He is the former Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime at the Irish Central Bank and has worked as a senior regulator in the UK (FSA), Australia (ASIC) and Saudi Arabia (SAMA) and he continues to work with regulators on their supervisory and enforcement strategies. He is a non-executive director of two leading regulated fintech firms – Susquehanna (MiFID) and TransferMate (PSD) and board advisor to a number of fintech and regtech, including Clearsettle (PSD), Corlytics (regulatory intelligence), Ignition Wealth (robo-advisor) and KYCKR (AML / CDD). Peter works with fintech firms seeking licences in Europe and mentors startups. He is a solicitor admitted in the UK, Ireland and Australia.


Nassos Paltayian

Bio

Mr. Paltayian started his career in PricewaterhouseCoopers as auditor for Financial Services companies where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. Then moved to Abacus Limited in 2009 as a portfolio manager. Since 2013 he moved to the compliance department of the firm. In 2014 he became an ACAMS member and subsequently CAMS certified.

During 2015 InfoSec functions moved under the umbrella of the Compliance Department. Nassos was appointed Information Security Officer while simultaneously heading the Compliance Department.

He gave a number of presentations on the subjects in Cyprus and London (12th ACAMS Annual EU Conference).

Nassos is very passionate about his profession and takes every opportunity to increase public awareness on Compliance & Cybersecurity matters. He is also a founding member and Vice chair of the ACAMS Cyprus chapter, Vice chair of the ICPAC Compliance committee and Leading the DNFBP module in the National Risk Assessment.


Marios Siathas
  • Marios Siathas

  • General Manager
  • European Institute of Management and Finance

Bio

Marios Siathas has worked in executive education, learning and development, and consulting for more than 20 years. During this time Marios has held numerous positions and has managed and implemented large projects both locally and overseas. Marios has gained plenty of experience working with organisations and individuals and building specialised and unique learning and development solutions for them. He has managed several development projects for large and small companies in Cyprus, Egypt, Austria, Bahrain, Greece, Canada, China, Dubai, England, Germany, and South Africa. He holds a BSc in Marketing and Management from Western Kentucky University, an MBA from the University of Guelph, and a Master in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University. He is a member of the board of the Institute of Directors (UK) Cyprus Branch and a member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI), member of the training and HR committee of the Cyprus International Funds Association (CIFA), the Cyprus Human Resource Managers Association, the Cyprus International Business Association, and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS).

Closing Remarks

Gregory Dellas

Bio

Gregory currently leads the Wealth & Markets Division of the Bank of Cyprus. In the past, Gregory worked with Coopers and Lybrand in Nicosia and held various managerial positions in Cyprus Popular Bank and Bank of Cyprus. He has extensive experience in Wealth Management, in the areas of client advisory and portfolio management, custody and operations. He led the setting up of boutique Private Banking units in the UK and Romania and also served as the Money Laundering Compliance Officer (Group MLCO), responsible for the AML function for Cyprus Popular Bank in Cyprus and all its overseas subsidiaries. Before his current position he served as the Manager Compliance Risk Management for the International Banking, Wealth & Markets Division of the Bank of Cyprus and was responsible for high risk client on-boarding and for providing guidance and training to the management and staff, on AML and regulatory Compliance matters. He holds a BSc in Industrial Economics from the University of Warwick and an MBA from Lancaster University, in the UK, he is a Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), a certified CAMS instructor, a fellow of ICA and a professional member AMLP in the UK and Transparency International (CY). Gregory also participated as a delegate and a speaker in international conferences and webinars and currently also serves as Chair of the ACAMS Cyprus Chapter.

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