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European AML & Financial Crime Conference

18 November @ 1:15 pm - 5:00 pm

Day Two
   
18 November 2021, 13:15 – 17:00 GMT
   
13:00 Registration
13:15 Chair’s Welcoming Address
13:25 Integrating environmental crime into a wider AML programme
  Financial Action Task Force FATF – TBC
14:00 Developing a global Anti-Financial Crime compliance programme in a new world – the new challenges & demonstrating effectiveness
  Alma Angotti, Partner, Global Legislative & Regulatory Risk Leader, Guidehouse, previously at FinCEN
  Lora von Ploetz, Director & Head of Global Financial Crime Unit, Commerzbank Germany
  Tristan van der Vijver, Global Head of Compliance, Western Union Business
15:00 Coffee/ Tea
15:15 Hotspot A: Building future state of transaction monitoring & reporting
  Mark Turkington, Group Head of Transaction Monitoring Controls, Financial Crime, HSBC
  Tobias Schweiger, CEO & Co-Founder, Hawk AI
  Credit Agricole – TBC
15:15 Hotspot B: Virtual assets – evolving compliance strategies to reduce risk
  Rachel Sexton, Partner and Head of Financial Services Forensic & Integrity Services, EY
  Valerie-Leila Jaber, Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering, Coinbase
15:15 Hotspot C: Spotlight on ultimate beneficial ownership and source of wealth/funds – a push for more transparency
  Marios Skandalis, Director, Group Compliance, Bank of Cyprus
  Maíra Martini, Lead, Beneficial Ownership & AML, Transparency International
16:00

Global efforts to clamp down on cross-regional transnational organised crimes – joining forces

  Nadja Long, Team Leader, Expertise & Stakeholder Management Unit, European Financial & Economic Crime Centre, Europol
  Stanley Ude, Senior Criminal Intelligence Officer, Financial Crimes, Interpol
  Philippe de Koster, Director, Belgian Financial Intelligence Processing Unit
16:50 Chair’s Closing Remarks
17:00 Close of Conference Day 2


Details

Date:
18 November
Time:
1:15 pm - 5:00 pm