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How should compliance teams in remittance and cross-border payment firms build and scale their anti-money laundering (AML) programs?
2022 has already become one of the most consequential years on record for the use of sanctions. So, as part of the ComplyAdantage summer series of webinars, we’ll be exploring the evolving sanctions landscape.
From a best practice risk assessment to hiring and RegTech to emerging typologies, we’ll leave no stone unturned. Compliance teams at crypto firms should come away from this session with a set of benchmarks for their AML programs and actionable steps they can take to improve them.
Our webinar for Fintechs in EMEA, including a checklist of key issues that will need to be considered when developing a financial crime framework, is available here.
The conference featured a packed agenda of sessions designed to help compliance leaders uncover the latest developments from the world of financial crime and money laundering.
Insights on how to scale a compliance program in a cost-effective way, the role of machine learning, and the pros/cons of build vs buy.
Following our recent report on financial crime trends, for this webinar ComplyAdvantage has brought together experts from across the fintech and regtech industry to discuss all the latest compliance trends.
As global events significantly change the behaviors of criminals and legitimate consumers alike, is your business’ Transaction Risk Management framework agile and configurable enough to stay up to the task?
Join us as we talk to Samantha Sheen, Founder, Ex Ante Advisory and former AML Director, ACAMS Europe to discuss the critical importance of strong adverse media screening and monitoring and why keywords aren’t enough.