Newly minted recipients of the CAMS-Financial Crimes Investigations Certification program share their newly created knowledge when they present their white papers at this insightful session. Combining rigorous research with an eye toward practical applications at the operational level, this session will shed new light on how to improve the all-important investigative function that’s crucial to effective AML oversight.
Presented by South Florida ChapterReviewing recent guidance on validation testing to assure policies meetregulatory expectations Outlining best practices for validation testing to ensure comprehensivereview and results Interpreting test results to assess monitoring system efficacy and correctany systemic defects
|• Creating robust monitoring models to attain real-time adjustments to Cuba, Iran and other sanctions changes
• Training staff on all restrictions, including Russian sectoral sanctions, to assure informed decision-making
• Reviewing relevant sovereign sanctions regimes to resolve potential cross-jurisdictional conflicts
|• Identifying unique FinTech financial crime risks to ensure onboarding screening models are effective
• Conducting enterprise-wide training on proper FinTech oversight to assure all relevant AML risks are addressed and monitored
• Closely monitoring shifts in FinTech regulations and technology to maintain a robust compliance program