The Netherlands Chapter was created on 10th of September 2012 based upon the former Benelux Chapter which was created in June 2011. The Netherlands Chapter aims to provide a networking and knowledge-sharing platform for AML and financial crimes professionals working within the Dutch financial services arena.
The international aspect of ACAMS and close cooperation with other European Chapters provide a unique opportunity to share local experience and knowledge with the international expertise of larger organisations as well as local and international public authorities. Furthermore, the Netherlands Chapter works together with several organisations and authorities, in order to bring added-value to the development of the industry, optimisation of legislation and publication of industry best practices.
The Netherlands Chapter will be a resource for financial institutions and related businesses to identify specialists in the rapidly-expanding anti-money laundering field by organising seminars of local interest to members and non-members.
ACAMS Netherlands Chapter: How the Dutch courts interpret AML regulations in practice - recent cases
Upcoming Netherlands Chapter learning events will be announced soon.