The Future is Now: Mastering the Challenges AML/CTF Professionals Face in Adopting FinCEN’s and AMLA Effectiveness Standards
Join senior compliance professionals Sarah Runge, Credit Suisse, Rick Small, Truist, and Lauren Kohr as they parse the results of the “ACAMS Compliance Effectiveness and Risks Survey, January 2021” and talk about how AML/CTF professionals are embracing the revolutionary new effectiveness standards promulgated int the United States by FinCEN and the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 and globally by the Financial Action Task.
Participate in the discussion with industry leaders about how fellow AML/CTF professionals understand the current state of anti-financial crime based on ACAMS comprehensive survey January 2021 survey.
Hear about how senior AML/CTF professionals understand and will meet the expectations of regulators and contained in the AMLA 2020, including how they deal with beneficial ownership, examination criteria and more.
Prepare a future where the most important question from the Financial Action Task Force, U.S and global regulators will be about whether regulated entities are helping law enforcement catch criminals and bar them from the global financial system.
Audit, BSA/AML Officers, DNFBPs professionals, FinTech and Innovation Specialists, FIU, Investigators, KYC/Onboarding, Law Enforcement, Regulators, Risk Manager
Correspondent banking, Financial Institutions, FIS, FinTech, Lawyers/Trust, MSB, Private banking, Securities, Global, United States
The FinTech industry is shaping the future of banking; making it quicker and more convenient — presenting the AFC community with significant challenges.
From June 15-17, 2021 our global community will come together virtually to look at the latest regulations and trends impacting our industry.
We’ll be covering everything from Crypto mixer scandals, fraud typologies affecting FinTech firms, to ongoing global efforts to regulate this rapidly evolving industry.