ACAMS 15th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference - Las Vegas
Sep 26, 2016 ‐ Sep 28, 2016
The annual conference in Las Vegas brings together ACAMS members and industry professionals under one roof to gather inspiration, generate ideas, and learn the latest trends and techniques for fighting financial crime. Featuring the largest gathering of law enforcement and regulatory officials, this is your go-to for bridging the communication gap between the private and public sectors. Join us for 3-days of educational and networking opportunities you won’t find at any other conference.
Come alone or with a team and gain the most rewarding conference experience with a mix of casual conversations and in-depth sessions providing you practical knowledge and results-driven strategies to overcome your compliance challenges. Key themes for this year’s conference include terrorist financing, sanctions, risk management, blockchain and FinTech.
• Discussing new and ongoing regulatory initiatives affecting the AML compliance community • Detailing positive and negative examination themes and how to utilize for training improvements • Identifying emerging trends/new guidance and any resulting compliance challenges
Debra L. Novak, CAMS, CFS, Chief, AML Section, Division of Risk Management Supervision, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Spencer W. Doak, NBE, Director for BSA/AML Policy, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Christine Ring, CAMS, Managing Director of AML/ ATF Assessment Program, AML and Compliance Division, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI)
• Applying blockchain applications to AML oversight to reduce risks tied to digital currencies • Utilizing blockchain transparency to enable inter-bank data sharing and enhance KYC rigor • Reviewing activities of the R3 blockchain bank consortium to anticipate emerging impacts on transaction monitoring, transparency and other AML issues
Kay LaBare, Senior Vice President, Technology and Operations Services, US Bank
David Griesbach, CAMS, Product Manager – Payments, Compliance and Identity, Alpabet and Google
John Solomon, Director of Threat Finance Research, Thomson Reuters