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    Policies and Special Services

    Fees and Payment Policy

    Standard fee for attending the Conference is outlined in the pricing section. This registration fee includes access to presentation materials (PDF only).


    You will be invoiced for the Conference and CAMS Exam Preparation Seminar (if applicable) fees within one week of registering online and payment is due within 30 days of receipt of invoice. If registering within 30 days of the Conference, payment is due immediately upon receipt of invoice.


    If registering with an early bird discount rate, or any special rates, payment must be submitted by the discount expiration date.


    Public Sector Pricing

    ACAMS is proud to be a community of private and public sectors industry professionals. In order to facilitate wider participation in our events, we offer special rates for public sector delegates.


    Representatives of the following types of organization are eligible for these preferential rates:


    • Government and public organization (at federal, regional and local levels) including central banks, state regulators, FIUs, law enforcement and military

    • International bodies e.g. Europol, European Commission, the Financial Action Task Force and MONEYVA

    • NGOs and Arm’s Length Bodies

    • Publicly funded academic institutions - both academic staff and students

    • Think tanks

    • 3rd Sector, not-for-profit, registered charities  


    Public Sector attendees are eligible for a reduced price at a flat rate.


    If attendees register at the public sector rate and are not eligible for preferential rates,we will invoice the difference.


    Special Services

    Please email if you require specific aid or services during the Conference.


    Substitution and Cancellation

    Cancellations received up to April 21, 2022 will receive a full refund minus a US$250 administration fee. Cancellations received from April 22, 2022 to May 19, 2022 will be issued a credit voucher to be used towards next year’s Conference. Cancellations received on or after 31 days before will not be refunded.


    Substitutions of registered attendees must be submitted in writing to by 12:00 PM (HKT) June 17, 2022. Please note that if the transfer is made from an ACAMS member to a non-ACAMS member, you will be charged the difference in cost. If you neither attend the Conference nor designate a substitute prior to the event, you are still responsible for the full registration fee. Requests submitted after the eligible time-frame will not be considered.


    If for any reason ACAMS cancels or reschedules the Conference, we do not accept responsibility for airfare, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants.


    Virtual Attendance


    Certificate of Participation

    If you are joining us during the live two-day event, you will receive your Certificate of Participation two weeks after the event ends on June 21, 2022 (last day of event). If you are not able to join us live, but able to log in to watch the playback videos after the two-day Conference has ended, you will receive your Certificate of Participation after the 90 days playback period has ended on September 20, 2022.


    ACAMS Credits

    This event qualifies for 12 ACAMS Credits, which will be applied to your profile within 48-hours after the completion of the event.


    Session Materials

    Conference materials for presentations can be accessed here as they become available. You may view or download each one prior to the event.

    In-person attendance

    Health and Safety Policy

    ACAMS considers the health and safety of all those on-site at the 2022 ACAMS Australasia Conference as our priority.


    ACAMS is offering in-person attendance at the 2022 ACAMS Australasia Conference in Sydney, Australia in compliance with local government orders permitting such gatherings at this time. Under the guidelines and requirements from the Australian Government Department of Health, the Fullerton Hotel Sydney, and the New South Wales (NSW) COVID-19 Public Health Order, regardless of vaccination status guests and conference attendees are no longer required to wear masks indoors and do not have to scan the QR code for Covid Safe check in. All attendees and staff are expected to fully comply with applicable safety precautions, such as staying home if exhibiting signs of illness. Sanitization stations will be available throughout the meeting space.


    Effective 30 April 2022, all travellers regardless of vaccination status


    • Must get a COVID-19 rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arriving in NSW (and can stop self-isolating once they receive a negative result from this test).


    Currently NSW does not have any restrictions involving gatherings under 1,000 attendees. However, if hospitalization rates rise, NSW could re-instate capacity limits, which could impact the number of attendees permitted at the 2022 ACAMS Australasia Conference. If this were to occur, you would be notified as to the status of your registration. If state or local capacity restrictions require ACAMS to reduce the number of attendees at the 2022 ACAMS Australasia Conference, and you are unable to attend the event in person, you will be able to transfer your pass to the next in-person event. Refunds will not be available.


    If you test positive for COVID-19 during or after the conference, please contact Judy Jurado (  They will provide your information to the local health department to support any contact tracing efforts. In accordance with local health department requirements, ACAMS will comply with any contact tracing and/or notification protocols if we are notified that any attendee has tested positive for COVID-19.


    To view the Fullerton Hotel Sydney health and safety policy please visit their website.

    To view the rules for travellers arriving in New South Wales visit their website.

    To check if you are fully vaccinated, please visit the ATAGI or Australian Government website as other countries may have different definitions of what it is to be fully vaccinated.