This action-packed one-day conference returns to New York City for an in-depth look into the latest risk management strategies for rapidly changing sanctions, emerging payment platforms–, and professional liability exposure. Join your local community – plus experts from across the country – for an exploration of the critical issues that are shaping the techniques being used to assess risk vulnerabilities across banks, securities firms and other non-depository institutions.
• Examining recent AML cases to identify emerging regulatory priorities and trends • Identifying common compliance missteps that led financial institutions to run afoul of regulators and law enforcement • Adjusting compliance infrastructure to mitigate personal and institutional exposure to regulatory risks
• Addressing international sanctions compliance challenges, risk factors and obligations • Examining the reduction of sanctions against Iran for practical guidance on managing correspondent risk • Developing risk management processes to accommodate changes in U.S.-Cuba relations
• Analyzing vulnerabilities of emerging payment platforms to enhance your risk mitigation strategy • Strengthening monitoring and staff training to bolster virtual currency risk defenses • Examining New York’s BitLicense proposal for guidance on evolving digital currency regulations and expanding regulatory expectations
• Identifying regulatory risks that cannot be captured by your risk assessment • Evaluating limits of risk models to close data gaps and meet regulatory expectations • Knowing when to create controls that exceed regulatory expectations
Rick A. Small, CAMS, Executive Vice President, Director Financial Crimes Program,, Truist
Violette Palion, Director, AML Compliance & Transactions Monitoring Practice Lead, Vesta Compliance Solutions, LLC