ACAMS moneylaundering.com 24th Annual International AML & Financial Crime Conference - Hollywood
Apr 15, 2019 ‐ Apr 17, 2019
The worlds of AML and compliance are undergoing rapid transformation, impacted by everything from new and complex regulations, technological disruptions such as artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies and malicious threats including cybercrime and data breaches. These issues and more will be examined in depth at the 2019 ACAMS conference in Hollywood, FL. Join us for this dynamic three-day gathering with more than 2,000 attendees and experts from the government, finance and law enforcement sector, who will share invaluable insights on the issues at hand, while outlining strategies for putting that knowledge to practical use in the ongoing fight against financial crime.
Join our expert panel as they address questions and comments submitted directly by you, the attendees, and provide industry responses to discussion topics from the Regulatory Roundtable. This session provides an open forum and interactive discussion as panelists tackle topics submitted by the audience two weeks before the conference starts. Whether the issue is regtech or regulatory expectations, SARs or cybersecurity, this is your chance to be heard. It’s a frank dialogue of value to anyone involved in AML, compliance or the fight against financial crime.
Kieran Beer, CAMS, Chief Analyst, Director of Editorial Content, ACAMS
• Charting common typologies of environmental-related crimes such as endangered species smuggling or trafficking in wildlife subject to harvest quotas including lumber and aquatic species
• Reviewing specific cases involving wildlife-related schemes such as rhino horn smuggling to establish ties between environmental-related trafficking and transnational financial crime organizations
• Familiarizing staff with laws such as END Wildlife Trafficking Act, utilizing resources such as State Department’s “focus countries” at higher risk of wildlife trafficking and establishing protocols for contacting and aiding authorities
David A. Clark, CAMS, Global Head, Surveillance & Professional Excellence, Standard Chartered Bank
Cameron . Field, Senior Manager, AML Intelligence Liaison, AML Financial Intelligence Unit, BMO Financial Group
Melissa Leeds, CAMS, Data Mitigation Support Specialist, Far Ridgeline Engagements, Inc.
Stevenson Munro, CAMS, Global Head, Sanctions Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank