Innovate, Integrate, Motivate: 

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The Future of AML

If you and your peers are unable to travel to Toronto for the ACAMS 7th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference – Canada, take advantage of the virtual broadcast streaming live on October 23–24, 2019.

Participate, from the office, alongside your team and gain access to a multitude of educational opportunities providing you invaluable insights into tech innovations transforming AML – and practical strategies for using them.

For only $1295 you have unlimited access to:

  • Live streaming video of keynote addresses and panel discussions
  • Downloadable audio recordings of sessions
  • Submit questions to presenters and chat with online participants
  • Certificate of participation and CAMS credit

Group discounts are available for 3 or more
Contact for details


*Virtual registration option is for the conference only and does not include the pre- and post-conference training. Login passwords cannot be shared or used simultaneously with another user. The live video feed is not downloadable. Audio feed can be downloaded as an MP3. The virtual conference software is powered by Digitell and is compatible with desktop computers, iPad table computer and iPhone cellular device with wireless internet connection.

2019 Keynote Speaker

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Timea E. Nagy, MSM

National Bestselling Author, CEO

Ms. Nagy CEO of Timea’s Cause Social Enterprise that employs, trains and mentors Survivors of Human Trafficking. She was trafficked at the age of 20, from Hungary, Budapest, to Canada for the purpose of sexual and financial exploitation. After 3 months of captivity, starvation and emotional and physical abuse she managed to escape. The Canadian Law enforcement stumbled upon her story 10 years later, and invited her to do a training session on Human Trafficking. She quickly became the face of Human Trafficking in Canada and spent the next 6 years assisting over 300 victims of human trafficking and 500 Federal and State investigations. Ms. Nagy is a trusted expert to Canadian and American lawmakers and helped to advocate for several Human Trafficking related law changes.

Ms. Nagy was also the first survivor of Human Trafficking in North America to bring awareness, educate and consult Major banks, Financial institutions and the Anti Money laundering world. Her work has been chronicled by The Economist, CNN and Forbes. Her ongoing efforts have been recognized by the Prime Minister of Canada, Queen Elizabeth and was just recently rewarded with Canada’s highest medal called the Meritorious medal by the Governor-General.

What You'll Experience