Antiquities, the Art Market and Financial Crime: What AML Professionals Need to Know About the Looting and Trafficking of Cultural Artifacts and Fine Art

Apr 16, 2019 3:50pm ‐ Apr 16, 2019 4:50pm

Identification: C34

• Analyzing guidance of FATF and law enforcement agencies on financial crime risks of art and antiquities trading to strengthen due diligence of entities dealing in cultural artifacts

• Reviewing federal and international investigations and prosecutions with typologies that evidence the money laundering and terrorist financing opportunities via markets in cultural objects

• Assessing regulatory and oversight trends including EU’s beneficial ownership requirements for art dealers, the Geneva Responsible Art Market Initiative and “Art Basel Guidelines” and public policy proposals in the US and globally


MSB Spotlight: Regulatory Trends, Enforcement Actions and Emerging Risks

Apr 16, 2019 3:50pm ‐ Apr 16, 2019 4:50pm

Identification: C35

• Examining enforcement actions linked to innovative products such as cryptocurrencies to identify unique MSB risks and strengthen oversight protocols as warranted

• Detailing and meeting regulatory requirements regarding adequacy of MSB AML programs and utilizing training and technology to address obligations such as agent oversight

• Conducting AML audits and documenting applicable corrective actions to foster productive collaboration with banking partners and mitigate risks of relationship termination


The Reach of a Breach: Following the Path from Stolen Data to Identity Theft to Fraud

Apr 16, 2019 3:50pm ‐ Apr 16, 2019 4:50pm

Identification: C36

• Analyzing how breached data is transformed into identity theft to understand common typologies involving stolen information

• Detailing the use of online accounts as “virtual money mules” used to launder money through financial institutions

• Reviewing emerging trends in identity theft methods to adjust oversight regimens as needed and improve detection and resolution of identity theft red flags


Turbocharging Financial Crime Investigations with Automated Case Decisioning

Apr 16, 2019 3:50pm ‐ Apr 16, 2019 4:50pm

Identification: C37

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  • Learning why a graph or a network is a natural, intuitive and expressive way to represent a case or investigation.
  • Increasing investigator productivity with visual exploration and navigation of the case graph
  • Boosting investigation effectiveness with automated case decisioning powered by Deep Learning (AI) on Case Graphs

Opening Remarks

Apr 17, 2019 7:30am ‐ Apr 17, 2019 7:35am

Identification: G09


Special Presentation and Q&A (Wednesday)

Apr 17, 2019 7:35am ‐ Apr 17, 2019 8:20am

Identification: G10


What Do We Mean When We Say RegTech?

Apr 17, 2019 8:20am ‐ Apr 17, 2019 9:20am

Identification: G11

• Defining RegTech and its components such as robotic process automation to illuminate potential roles for satisfying regulatory expectations and requirements

• Harnessing RegTech processes such as machine learning to enhance monitoring in areas such as regulatory changes and ensure robust adjustment of risk models and profiles

• Reviewing trends in utilizing RegTech to strengthen oversight of growing AML needs in areas such as FinTech, cryptocurrencies and beneficial ownership determination


Corruption Case Study: The United States v. Paul J. Manafort Jr.

Apr 17, 2019 9:50am ‐ Apr 17, 2019 11:00am

Identification: G12

• Tracing the movement of $60 million of secret Ukrainian payments to highlight the use of foreign corporations, partnerships and bank accounts in money laundering conspiracies

• Reviewing Manafort’s complex use of foreign nominee companies and offshore accounts to conceal millions of dollars from U.S. authorities

• Analyzing luxury goods purchases and sham “loans” for U.S. real estate by foreign accounts to reveal how cash was moved into the financial system in a tax evasion scheme


Closing Remarks

Apr 17, 2019 11:00am ‐ Apr 17, 2019 11:05am

Identification: G13