As part of ACAMS response initiatives for the evolving Afghanistan situation, this session brings together global experts for a high-level discussion on the expected financial access needs of Afghan refugees. This includes the anticipated need for access to bank accounts, the types of financial needs that may be required, the likely needs of displaced persons, as well as addressing a number of other related challenges. This session will also be followed by a webinar in October that will examine onboarding refugee accounts and wider financial access factors in further detail.
Join a global discussion on providing access to finance for Afghan refugees, displaced persons and the wider civilian community in Afghanistan
Perspectives will be shared on key challenges and effective risk management involving onboarding large numbers of displaced persons
Discussions will examine how perspectives and requirements differ across the globe, and how this can be addressed by the international anti-financial crime community
Financial Compliance Controls (FCC)
AML Compliance Skills and KYC/CDD
Governance and Oversight
Sanctions and Non-Proliferation