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Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference returns with its 4th annual instalment

Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime conference returns with its 4th annual instalment

The stage is set for the 4th annual Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Conference scheduled for 30-31 October 2018 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, and Johannesburg.

Ryno van Ellewee, Managing Director of Trade Conferences International (TCI), said “Collectively 2016 and 2017 AML & Financial Crime Conferences have attracted over 350 AML and financial crime professionals from around Southern Africa. The 2018 Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Conference will assist organisations and attending delegates to highlight those blind spots before anything happens in their fraud-fighting efforts”.

This year’s conference is expecting more than 100 attendees over the two days. Topics to be discussed, pertinent to financial crime professionals, will be centred around compliance and due diligence, anti-corruption, AML monitoring, analytics, reporting & risk management, just to name a few.

Ryno van Ellewee added on and said: “With over 20 top distinguished thought-leaders who will be sharing valuable industry pointers and addressing the current landscape of anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention in Southern Africa, AML technologies, financial inclusion and AML & CFT as well as regulatory frameworks and future prospect for the industry”.

Organisations dealing with fraud, regulation, mobile, payments, compliance, analytics, screening, reporting, anti-corruption, due diligence, cloud, risk management, monitoring and analytics will exceedingly benefit from attending the Anti-money Laundering and Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference.

By attending this conference, delegates would be equipped with the knowledge to identify AML enforcement trends for 2018/2019, handle clients’ most complex enforcement and regulatory matters and have enhanced understanding regarding AML industry development and best practices.

Professional dealing with the following will benefit from attending:

*financial crime *AML risk * governance * legal compliance in anti-money laundering * AML regulation * monitoring & control *anti money laundering * financial crime regulation * money laundering surveillance * regulatory control & risk management *FACT *financial crime risk * exchange control * upfront client risk profiling * CTF * AML risk management * AML audit * fraud *customer due diligence * financial crime investigations * sanctions managements * regulatory oversight *AML monitoring and reporting * exchange control * cyber fraud investigation * financial surveillance * tax evasion & tax avoidance investigations * auditing *forensics * transaction reporting

Registration fee: R8 900.00 + VAT = R10 235.00 p.p.

Group registrations of 4 or more = R6 900.00 + VAT = R7 935.00 p.p.

(Save R2 000 p.p.)

To register as a delegate (and enquire regarding running discounts) email Michandre Van Niekerk on michandre@tci-sa.co.za or Ryno van Ellewee on ryno@tci-sa.co.za.

Sponsorship & Exhibition enquiries are handled by Jason Joseph jason@tci-sa.co.za. Call (+27)11-803-1553

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For more 10 years, TCI has been a registered and preferred conference organiser for all major banks and financial institutions.

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