Sanctions, Terrorist Financing and Anti-Money Laundering: Keep abreast of changes and create a culture of compliance within your organisation
2016 represents a perfect storm within the compliance and financial crime sector. Increasing governance from the 4th EU AML Directive, unprecedented fines on tier one banks, over-night sanctions and increased terrorist-risk are just some of the factors making it harder than ever to operate an effective compliance function. However help is at hand, IQPC has gathered together a group of experts to share their fool proof methods for maintaining a robust AML regime (despite an increasingly complex regulatory landscape). Topics for discussion include beneficial ownership, sanctions, the utilization of data analytics, PEPs and the root of it all, know-your customer. It is our hope that the AML and Compliance summit will help and assist the industry in discussing, debating and addressing the key strategic, commercial and technical issues for the industry. Alongside traditional presentations and cutting edge panel discussions, the AML and Sanctions Compliance summit features six different interactive discussion groups on topics from responding to over-night sanctions to mitigating third-party risk. These groups are limited to 15 people per table, allowing all participants to ask their most pressing questions and tailor the event so they come away with answers to all of their AML and Sanctions challenges.