KYC / CDD Boot Camp – London | Autumn 2019
Featuring Crypto Currencies, FinTechs and High-Risk Clients

This one-day training will offer an overview of practical strategies for important issues and challenges in the area of CDD from experienced Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) professionals.

Learning Objectives:

  • Attain a working knowledge on risk factors for higher-risk clients, including in Private Banking and FinTechs
  • Applying RegTech to your anti-financial crime framework to strengthen and streamline CDD
  • Strengthen your understanding of how to access and analyse online sources and information, including social media and the dark web
  • Improving your ability to conduct CDD in foreign or less transparent jurisdictions
  • Conditions and limitations in placing reliance on third parties to conduct CDD
  • Better understanding of trade-based money laundering typologies
  • Developing a practical knowledge of OFAC’s 50% rule


8:00 – 9:00 Registration and Networking Refreshments
9:00 Welcome Remarks
9:15 KYC/CDD in Higher-Risk Areas Including Private Banking and FinTechs as your Customer
10:30 – 10:50 Networking and Refreshment Break
10:50 CDD in Trade Finance and Mitigating Trade-Based Money Laundering Risks
11:50 CDD in Light of Sanctions Compliance – How to Identify and Assess Aggregate Ownership
12:50 – 13:50 Networking Lunch
13:50 Effective Use of RegTech and Online Sources for CDD Purposes
15:00 – 15:20 Comfort Break
15:20 Overcoming Some Challenges of Conducting CDD – Third-party Reliance, Virtual Assets and Foreign or Less Transparent Jurisdictions
16:30 – 16:45 Closing Remarks


ACAMS Members Non-Members
$595 USD $695 USD

Registrations for this event have now closed. For enquiries, please contact


Jurgen Egberink


Senior Financial Crime Compliance specialist with international experience. In the last few years he has been globally responsible for auditing Financial Crime Compliance at Credit Suisse. Prior to this role, he was working as Group Financial Crime Officer & Head of Compliance Advisory for Zurich Insurance Company, where he managed the development and implementation of global control frameworks in compliance risk areas such as Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Trade & Economic Sanctions, Data Protection and Employee Conduct. Before joining this multi-national Swiss insurance company in 2010 he has worked as Chief Operating Officer for ABN AMRO Compliance, which included program, project and compliance risk management responsibilities. During more than 10 years at ABN AMRO Bank he has gained extensive experience in developing and implementing (global) AML-related processes and procedures, offshoring compliance supporting activities as well as operationally managing Transaction Surveillance Europe. He has also worked as a volunteer for FSVC in several international projects (Albania, Kenya). Additionally, Egberink worked on ACAMS’ taskforces to revise certification exams and is an active speaker/instructor for ACAMS.

Suresh Kumar


For the past 21 years, Suresh has embarked on a career in compliance having worked for large investment banks in London, HK and NY. Suresh specializes in all areas of Financial Crime Risk which includes leading risk and governance reviews along with remediation projects. Suresh has extensive experience leading large teams across different jurisdictions and engaging with senior stakeholders, regulators and supervisory boards across top tier global organisations. Currently, Suresh works for HSBC as a regional lead within Transaction Monitoring.

Christopher Moore


Christopher Moore is Director of Re4tify, a risk management consultancy working with organisations to refortify their control environments in financial crime and conduct risk, trade finance and operations. Previously he spent fourteen years as an HSBC International Manager, holding successive leadership roles in India, Spain, the UK and USA. In his most recent role he led the $2bn Trade Finance division’s relationship with the FCA and US DoJ’s Independent Monitor in their review of its AML and Sanctions controls – coordinating country audits, developing and delivering bespoke training programmes, and governing control remediation exercises. He holds an International Diploma in AML.

Gemma Rogers


Drawing on her wealth of experience across disruptive financial services, international banking and the public sector, Gemma brings, clients deep domain knowledge of financial crime risks, as well as an ability to execute and assure intelligent frameworks across both, emerging financial platforms and established financial services.

Prior to co-founding FINTRAIL, which provides anti-financial crime support to the Fintech communities in the UK, Europe and globally, Gemma was the Deputy Global Head of the HSBC Financial Intelligence Unit where she was responsible for setting global direction for the investigation of financial crime risks pan business lines as well as coordinating SAR investigation and analysis on a group and global scale.

Gemma has most recently been designing and deploying the financial crime compliance framework for a UK based challenger bank as part of the PRA/FCA licensing process; applying innovative concepts around eKYC, AML risk assessment and monitoring to address regulatory as well as customer experience objectives.

Prior to working in HSBC, Gemma was a member of the UK Civil Service.

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