ACAMS moneylaundering.com 22nd Annual International AML & Financial Crime Conference - Hollywood

Apr 3, 2017 ‐ Apr 5, 2017


To navigate compliance’s unprecedented challenges, AML professionals have three clear strategies: innovate, integrate, motivate. That’s why the ACAMS moneylaundering.com 22nd Annual International AML & Financial Crime Conference is a can’t-miss event. Held April 3-5 in Hollywood, Fla., attendees will gain invaluable insights into tech innovations transforming AML – and practical strategies for using them. Experts will demonstrate how to integrate oversight functions across business lines to strengthen defenses against cybercrime, sanctions violations and other threats. And AML veterans will provide guidance on motivating everyone from senior management to front-line workers to create a cohesive culture of compliance. It’s all about the future of AML – in Hollywood, Fla., April 3-5.

This year’s conference qualifies for up to 23 CAMS and CPE credits, plus 25 CLE credits. Learn more

Standard: $595.00

Sessions

Turning Risk Avoidance into Risk Management - The AML Challenges and Opportunities Stemming from the Shifting Geopolitical Landscape - Presented by SWIFT

Apr 4, 2017 1:30pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 2:45pm

Identification: S&E9

  • Creating more transparency and competitive approaches to managing counterparty risk
  • Investing in systems and processes to be compliant on a local and global scale
  • Implementing efficient tools to effectively detect and prevent fraud

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Sanctions Insight: Risk-based Approaches and Essential Oversight

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: CS5

  • Conducting an OFAC risk assessment to determine potential sanctions-related issues and correct potential gaps
  • Creating objective metrics to mitigate sanctions risks linked to geography, business products or client profile
  • Developing protocols on alert responses to ensure escalation and investigation of sanctions-related risks and SAR filings as warranted

Moderator(s):
  • Stevenson Munro, CAMS, Global Head, Sanctions Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
Speaker(s):
  • Roberto Hurst, Sr. Director, Head of Global Sanctions Compliance, PayPal
  • Megan L. Nelson, Senior Vice President, Manager Financial Crimes Governance & Risk Assessments, BB&T

Automate the Right Way: Strategically Matching Technology with Specific AML Issues

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: ET5

  • Conducting cost/benefit analysis of automating specific AML tasks to create economic efficiencies and protect data integrity
  • Coordinating automating processes internally to enhance risk management and prevent tech redundancies
  • Testing automated processes to verify systems are serving institutional goals and correct systemic lapses

Speaker(s):
  • James (Jim) Arndts, CAMS, Senior Vice President, Director of Strategy, Transformation and Governance Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance , US Bank
  • Alan Schienberg, Senior Vice President, Promontory Risk Review, an IBM Company

Big Ideas for Stretching Small Compliance Budgets

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: SI2

  • Ranking institutional AML risks to ensure rational allocation of resources to most significant compliance priorities
  • Optimizing professional networking and regulatory resources to aid ongoing AML training
  • Analyzing targeted outsourcing opportunities that are cost effective and preserve oversight integrity

Speaker(s):
  • Lauren A. Kohr, CAMS-FCI, CFIRS, Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Old Dominion National Bank
  • Jack Oskvarek, CAMS, Senior Vice President, BSA Executive Director, Wintrust Financial Corporation
  • Joe Soniat, CAMS, CFE, Account Risk Management Sr. Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Testing for a Culture of Compliance

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: PD4

  • Surveying workers to quantify existing attitudes on compliance, professional behavior and risk tolerance
  • Interviewing groups and individuals to gauge culture of compliance relevance in decision-making
  • Creating metrics-based report to inform board and regulators on culture of compliance testing

Speaker(s):

Follow the Money: Using Forensic Accounting to Solve Financial Crimes

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: FI2

  • Reviewing case studies including terrorist financing to illustrate practical AML applications for forensic accounting
  • Partnering with forensic accountants to resolve fraud-related crimes and protect clients
  • Analyzing forensic reviews of entities’ financial information to strengthen AML and financial crime protection policies going forward

Speaker(s):
  • Bassem Banafa, CPA, CAMS , Financial Forensics Consultant , bassembanafa.com
  • Jason Chorlins, CPA, CFE, CITP, CIS, CAMS, Principal Banking Practice Leader, Risk Advisory Services, Kaufman, Rossin & Co.
  • Peter D. Wild, CAMS-Audit, Founder, Wild AML Solutions
  • Anthony Dominicis, Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - Criminal Investigation (CI)

Optimizing AML & KYC Processes Through Critical Innovations - Presented by GENPACT

Apr 4, 2017 3:05pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 4:20pm

Identification: S&E12

  • Current industry challenges, insights, and innovation themes in the near future
  • Digital & analytical transformation journey
  • Pre-requisites for successful transformation of AML & KYC processes

Speaker(s):
  • William Ward, CAMS, Executive Vice President, Chief BSA/AML & Security Officer, First Republic Bank
  • Manish Chopra, Senior Vice President and Global Leader – Risk and Regulatory Services, Genpact
  • Jeffery Ingber, AML Consultant, Genpact
  • Kate Robu, Partner, McKinsey & Co.
  • Rohit Tandon, Senior Vice President and Business Leader, Analytics & Research, GENPACT

Mastering New Tools to Target CTF's New Battlefronts

Apr 4, 2017 4:50pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 5:50pm

Identification: CS6

  • Detailing construction of digital footprints to assist in identifying terrorists and their funding networks
  • Mining social media data to identify sentiments suggesting potential terrorist support or sympathies
  • Facilitating fusion of data sources to elevate CTF comprehensiveness and efficacy

Speaker(s):

Defending Against Cyber-Based Extortion, Fraud and Ransomware Attacks

Apr 4, 2017 4:50pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 5:50pm

Identification: ET6

  • Reviewing recent FinCEN advisory to identify regulatory expectations for cyber-related SAR filing, in-house collaboration and inter-institutional information sharing
  • Reviewing cybercrime cases to identify common practices and methods of cybercriminals
  • Simulating a ransomware event to detail practical and protective institutional defenses

Moderator(s):
  • Clyde Langley, Vice President, Fraud Risk Management, Charles Schwab
Speaker(s):
  • Ross Albert, CAMS, ABCP, Assistant Vice President - Organizational Resilience, HUB International Limited
  • Kelley Chamberlain, CAFP, Global Financial Crimes Intelligence Group, Wells Fargo
  • Diego Rosero, CAMS, Director and Head of AML/CFT Reporting & Strategic Policy, Western Union

Look Back and Move Forward: Conducting Account Reviews at Smaller Institutions

Apr 4, 2017 4:50pm ‐ Apr 4, 2017 5:50pm

Identification: SI3

  • Standardizing internal transaction records to ensure data compatibility and support accuracy of analysis
  • Scrutinizing look-back analysis to gain insights into potential systemic AML gaps
  • Incorporating relevant look-back findings to meet regulatory demands and enhance compliance

Moderator(s): Speaker(s):
  • Laura H. Goldzung, CFE, CFCS, CCRP, President, CEO & Founder, AML Audit Services
  • Joe Soniat, CAMS, CFE, Account Risk Management Sr. Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
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