Sasfin, the Financial Intelligence Centre, FNB Legal, Risk & Compliance, Wesbank and Nedbank Private Wealth are some of the latest organisations which have registered delegates for the upcoming Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Conference, organised by Trade Conferences International.
The conference – the definitive event dealing with AML in southern Africa – will take place on the 08 & 09 November 2017 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.
Featuring over 20 speakers, who will highlight the latest challenges, trends and strategies in combating money laundering and financial crime, this event is not to be missed if you are dealing with anti-money laundering, financial crime, compliance, governance, sanctions, financial surveillance, KYC and foreign exchange.
Following on last year’s Anti-Money Laundering, Fraud and Financial Crime Conference which was attended by nearly 200 delegates from all major banks and leading services provider companies, this event is once again attracting delegates from all the major banks and other role players.
Xavier Dipedi Project Manager at Trade Conferences International, organisers of the event, said so far companies which have registered include:
First Rand Risk Office * FNB Financial Crime Risk * Liberty Legal & Compliance * Old Mutual Personal Finance Strategy & Execution * Barclays Financial Crime Compliance * Grant Thornton * Adept Advisory * FBC Holdings Zimbabwe * Fiserv * Bidvest Bank * Ubank * Nedbank Regulatory Change Portfolio * Barclays Bank Zimbabwe * Liberty Life Risk and Business Continuity Management * Nedbank AML/ CFT Sanctions * Nedbank CIB AML/CFT Sanctions * Nedbank NIC Risk, Compliance & Monitoring * Consumer Profile Bureau *FNB Financial Crime Compliance * SA Reserve Bank Banking Supervision * Wesbank Regulatory Reporting * Nedbank Private Wealth * FNB Legal, Risk & Compliance * Financial Intelligence Centre * Sasfin
“We made sure that by compiling a conference programme with top speakers and quality topics to be addressed, to give delegates an updated view of what is happening in the fight against money laundering.”
“Last year’s event received rave reviews and we expect the same this year. More than 90% of delegates said the event was worth attending and 65% said they will attend again this year.”
To find out more about the conference and registration procedures contact the Project Managers, Xavier Dipedi on firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryno van Ellewee on email@example.com. They can also be contacted on 011 803-1553.
To register or receive more information go to http://www.tci-sa.co.za/antimoneylaunderingconference/
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