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AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference 2024

AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference 2024
Venue Name: Indaba Hotel
Google Map URL: Click here to view
Start Date: 04 September 2024 07:00
End Date: 05 September 2024 17:00
Duration: 2 days
   
Town: Johannesburg
Category: Insurance Body, Investments, Risk Management
Type: Conference
Contact Person: Ryno Van Ellewee
Contact Number: 011-803-1553
Email Address: info@amlconference.co.za
Company: Trade Conferences International
Website: https://www.tci-sa.co.za/anti-money-laundering-financial-crime-southern-africa-conference-2024/

The 9th installment of the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is taking place this year on 4 & 5 September at Indaba Hotel, Fourways South Africa.

 

This is the biggest event of its kind in Africa.

 

Over the last 3 years the audience has grown each year. Last year we set yet another record of 260 people attending.

This year’s two day conference will look at the effects and implications of still being grey listed, and will also focus on some of the major challenges existing in combating money laundering and other financial crimes.

According to LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ latest “True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study, financial institutions (FIs) are seeking ways to reduce costs while complying with regulations, with 35% identifying the escalation of financial crime regulations and regulatory expectations as the primary factor driving increases in compliance costs.

The programme will dissect important issues such as latest regulatory developments, high cost of implementing and maintaining AML solutions, enforcement actions and priorities, digital assets, beneficial ownership and CDD, transaction monitoring and technology developments.

Highlighted features will be panel discussions on regulation, corruption and bribery,  effects of AML on non-designated financial institutions, payments and AML, AML developments in the SADC region, payments and technology.

There is no doubt that financial organisations must navigate multiple challenges in financial crime prevention whilst ensuring that ongoing training is provided to employees in order for them to face up to the many challenges.

AML teams must be proactive, adaptive, and innovative and, in doing so, contribute to a more resilient and secure financial system in the years ahead

This annual gathering is TCI’s flagship conference, and has received rave reviews from delegates, speakers and sponsors over the past few years

We invite all potential speakers to this important industry event.

 

 

 

 

 

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