Designed specifically for law enforcement, we will provide insights into what fighting financial crime means in practice in the financial services industry. We will walk through the typical set up of AML teams in financial institutions and how they engage internally and externally with law enforcement. In this dynamic session we will work through the key controls that banks implement at various stages of the customer journey and how a risk-based approach is applied in practice. We intend to provide a deeper view of the role the financial institutions play in the anti-financial crime world and how suspicious activity is identified and reported.
Reviewing the three lines of defense and their roles within financial institutions and external partners including law enforcement
Analysing how a risk-based approach and other controls impact AML/AFC oversight in areas such as client onboarding, ongoing monitoring and customer lifecycle management
Understanding how banks engage with law enforcement through external reporting and how they deal with a law enforcement request
Financial Institutions, Europe