Money Laundering in Canada 2014 – September 28 -30 Conference

Anti‐Money Laundering / Counter Terrorist Financing Compliance: Bringing Risk to the Forefront

The Money Laundering in Canada 2014 Conference agenda will examine ML/TF risk from a variety of perspectives, including: sector-specific risk typologies; risk measurement practices; both current and new risk management tools and services; testing effectiveness; and regulatory expectations and standards concerning risk programs.

Reporting entities have seen the regulatory compliance expectations in Canada evolve from a generalized application of a reporting, record keeping, and training checklist to a detailed, business-specific regime that is driven by a comprehensive risk assessment program that provides the foundation on which all compliance practices and controls are based.

Canada Money Laundering Conference Sept 28-30 2014

Money Laundering Workshops include the following topics:

    • Customer Monitoring to Manage Risk
    • Identifying and Managing Business Relationships in the MSB Sector
    • Inherent Risk: Introducer/Broker Network Issues
    • Managing Risk Includes Fixing the Compliance Deficiencies
    • Customer Relationships: Not Just a Marketing Focus
    • Record Keeping & Client Identification: Emerging Tools
    • Online Criminal Attacks Against Banking Accounts
    • New CRA Reporting Regulations: What, Why, When & How
    • Current Money Laundering Risks: Real Estate and Precious Metals/Gems
    • HSBC, Money Laundering & Organizational Pathology: A Cautionary Tale for AML Compliance Departments
    • Current Money Laundering Risks: The MSB Sector
    • Effective Risk-Based Suspicious Activity Monitoring
    • Lessons from the Gaming Industry: Managing Risk & Compliance
    • AML Risk Going Forward: Responding to an Ever-Changing Landscape

Who Should Attend?

    • Banks
    • Credit Unions
    • Caisses Populaires
    • Securities & Investment Dealers
    • Mutual Fund Companies
    • Precious Metal/Gem Dealers
    • Credit Card Suppliers
    • Life Insurers
    • Foreign Exchange Dealers
    • Money Service Businesses
    • Law Enforcement
    • Regulatory Officials
    • Real Estate Developers
    • ATM & SVC Providers
    • Lawyers
    • Accountants
    • Real Estate Professionals
    • Financial Planners
    • Casinos & Gaming
    • Trusts & Loans
    • Security Officers

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