ACAMS 7th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference - Canada
Oct 23, 2019 ‐ Oct 24, 2019
Mastering the New World of AML
As criminals increasingly exploit tools such as the Dark Web and cryptocurrencies, and AML oversight is transformed by innovations such as artificial intelligence and data analytics, Canadian compliance specialists must acquire new skills and knowledge to stay ahead of the trends transforming their profession. On 23–24 October 2019, join over 450 anti-financial crime and AML experts from both the public and private sectors to examine Canadian-specific compliance challenges, and share expert insights on meeting regulatory expectations and serving institutional interests in an era of constant and transformative change.
Earn up to 18 CAMS credits at the conference: 12 credits for the main conference and 6 CAMS credits for the examination preparation seminar.
Analyzing the Canadian Department of Finance’s amended STR requirements, including the new filing deadline
Understanding new regulations for foreign money services businesses and its impact on Canada’s correspondent banking relationships
Examining the recent amendments to the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA) focusing on virtual currency dealers including the new entity reporting obligations for transactions over $10,000
Kieran Beer, CAMS, Chief Analyst, Director of Editorial Content, ACAMS
Do you have questions? Well we have answers. Consistently among the most popular panels, Hot Topics brings together experts from across the AML universe to respond to questions submitted by attendees. To ensure timeliness, submissions must be received within two weeks of the conference, ensuring the topics are “hot” and the discussion lively.
Joseph Mari, CAMS, Director, External Partnerships, Global Risk Management, Scotiabank
James Cohen , Executive Director, Transparency International Canada