AML, fraud and digital currenciesView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
- Improve data availability in anti-money laundering (AML) technologies
- Learn about the latest methods of identifying red flags
- Interpret the regulatory expectations for anti-money laundering
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About the course
During this learning event, participants will learn the latest best practices and skills needed to mitigate financial crime. Participants will analyse the relationship between AML and fraud, and learn the implications on digital currencies by focusing on current challenges and the stance regulators are taking.
Participants will assess how to develop robust fraud risk management by aligning the key elements of an effective programme with the fundamental due diligence needed in critical roles. Live sessions will also examine the significant role of digital currencies in the financial crime space, and its impact on money laundering and fraud.
This learning opportunity also offers participants insights via a Q&A session with a subject matter expert.
- Assess the intersection between AML, fraud, and cyber security
- Evaluate the regulatory expectations for money laundering
- Apply effective internal fraud management controls
- Investigate emerging AML challenges generated from the evolving industry and products
- Examine the risks of financial crime when utilising digital currencies
- Align the traditional market with the digital currency space regarding financial crime
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Anti-money laundering
- Financial crime
- Operational risk
- Cybercrime and security
- Risk management
- Digital Assets
The Risk.net resources below have been selected to enhance your learning experience:
- Banks face explainability challenges for AML models - Read article | Risk.net
- Banks hope new US rule will see AML judged on effectiveness - Read article | Risk.net
- Data and AI: addressing increasing regulation for smarter compliance - Read article | Risk.net
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