Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Conference 2018 2018-10-15T09:41:25+00:00
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Southern Africa’s no.1 AML & Financial Crime Conference is back, featuring 24 speakers, 4 sessions and 2 panel discussions

With more than 70% of conference attendees at last years’ AML & Financial Crime Conference stating that they will attend this year’s event again, the stage is set for another informative and exciting 2018 update for AML professionals.

With an event concentrating on excellent topics, top class speakers and great networking opportunities, this is no wonder.

With anti-money laundering efforts globally and in Southern Africa on the increase – from the use of sophisticated technology such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, software, improved customer engagement analytics and greater compliance directives on monitoring, reporting and enforcement methods – the scene is set for AML professionals to reconvene at the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference.

This year’s conference – Trade Conferences International’s fourth installment of the event – once again focuses on bringing the main role players together to discuss the challenges lying ahead, while looking at what has happened in the AML arena since the last instalment of the AML & Financial Crime Conference.
Our speaker panel once more consists of experts in their field – we at TCI always call our speakers “the best of the best” – as this is what they are. We choose them carefully to truly represent a speaker panel that brings insightful and updated topics to our delegates.

Attending the event will provide prospective delegates with the opportunity to receive first-hand insights, strategies and solutions to the latest techniques of tackling fraud and anti-money laundering.

This signature TCI event – which was attended by more than 350 attendees in the last three years – will focus on covering all the major “want-to-know’s” from attendees.

Areas to be covered include the current landscape of AML; AML monitoring, analytics s and reporting; risk management and AML; technology, and mobile; and regulation and regulatory frameworks.

Last year’s event was attended by representatives of all the major banks, financial services and service providers.

We look forward to welcoming the various delegations as well as hosting our top-class speaker panel to what promises to be, yet another, informative and great networking event.

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Don’t miss out on this great event!

Click here to download the registration form.

Take a look at the organisations who have already reserved their seats

* Discovery AML Compliance
* Ernst & Young Advisory Services
* FNB Chief Risk Office
* LexisNexis South Africa
* Sanlam Life Personal Finance
* Adept Advisory
* GBS Mutual Bank
* Hollard Financial Crime Risk
* Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions
* UBank
* First Rand Compliance
* Fiserv
* Albaraka Bank
* Mercantile Bank
* SA Reserve Bank Internal Audit
* Investec
* Bateleur Software
* ABSA Financial Crime Compliance
* DocFox
* Discovery
* Ovations Group
* International Bank Vaults Gold
* Old Mutual Personal Finance
* SA Reserve Bank Financial Surveillance

You can expect to engage with the following professionals who have reserved their seats

* Engagement Professional
* PMO Head
* Chief Information Officer
* Head of FCRM
* Detection Specialist
* Head of Internal Audit
* AML Manager
* Head of Financial Crime
* Initiatives
* Sanctions Specialist
* Consultant Financial Crime Learning
* Money Laundering Compliance Officer
* Compliance Officer
* Senior Legal Counsel – Group Legal in Regulatory & Financial Crime
* Senior Legal Counsel Africa Legal
* Legal Counsel Africa Legal
* Senior Legal Counsel Financial Crime
* Money Laundering Compliance Officer
* Audit Specialist
* AML Project Manager
* Senior Compliance Officer
* Head of Forensics
* AML Compliance Manager
* AML Guidance Officer
* Chief Executive Officer

Topics to be covered

  • Investigations and Enforcement of the FIC Act and a global enforcement perspective
  • Necessity to adapt the anti-money laundering policy to socio-economic environment
  • Shifting the pendulum for Financial Crime Surveillance
  • Integrity in the spotlight – the future of financial crime compliance
  • Blockchain and cryptocurrency: legal considerations in 2018
  • AI and financial crime: where the superhuman meets the supervillain
  • Improving investigations through the CDD and EDD process
  • What Google can teach us about surveillance?

            Also featuring 2 panel discussions on:

  • Role of technology in the fight against money laundering and financial crime
  • Developments in the SADC region regarding AML

Your conference speaker panel

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Who will be attending the AML & Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference?

Professionals working in the following sections will benefit from attending this conference:

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

Benefits of attending

Have a look at some of the previous organisations which attended our 2016 & 2017 AML & Financial Crime Conferences:

*4CIT Software Solutions *ABSA Capital Front Office Risk & Control *ABSA Exchange Control Compliance* Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe *Bateleur Software *Bidvest Bank AML *Clientèle * ACCPA * Standard Bank Compliance Business Change Enablement *Standard Bank Group Anti Money Laundering *Adaptris Financial Services *Adept Advisory *Investec *IQ Business *IRBA *iTOO Special Risks *J2 Software *Jumo World *KPMG *LexisNexis *Liberty Compliance *Mint Management Technologies *MMI Group *Mukuru *Nedbank AML, UCRP and FACTA *Nedbank CIB *Nedbank Client Onboarding and Regulatory Enablement *SAS *Sasfin *Sefa *Small Enterprise Finance Agency *South African Reserve Bank *Syntell *Teraco Data Environments *Terrapay Canada *Totalsend *Ubank Compliance *Wesbank Regulatory risk Management  *Woolworths Financial Services *Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr *Consumer Profile Bureau  *ABSA Financial Crime Assurance *Albaraka Bank Compliance *AML Connexion *Ashburton *Barclays Africa *Barclays Africa Financial Crime Compliance *Deloitte Technology Assurance & Advisory *Discovery *Digiata technology services *Discovery Health *EastNets Group*Experian *EY * FNB Financial Crime Compliance *FBC Holdings *FICO Tonbeller *Financial Intelligence Centre, South Africa *Finmark Trust *FircoSoft *FirstRand Bank *Fiserv *Frame Consulting *GBS Mutual Bank *Grant Thornton PS Advisory  *Hogan Lovells *Indox *Liberty Life Life risk & business continuity management *Novare Holdings *Okay Zim *Old Mutual *Ovations Group *PwC *Reed Business *Saratoga Software *Standard Bank Group Compliance Assurance

What attendees of our previous installments had to say about the event

More than 90% of attendees of the AML & Financial Crime Conference 2017 were very satisfied with the conference and had the following compliments to share:

“The presentations and content presented were informative, and useful for daily operations.”

– Hulisani Ndou, AML Analytics, Standard Bank

“Speakers were knowledgeable, and the venue was spectacular.”

– Cavlyn Bemaya, Legal Advisor, Liberty Africa

“What I enjoyed most about the event was the relevance of topics presented.”

– Omika Naidoo AML Analyst, Money Laundering Surveillance, Standard Bank.

“The conferences had well-structured content.”

Desmond Chipunza, Head of Compliance, Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe

“What I enjoyed most about the event was the well-structured content.” 

– Dale Niemand, Data Analyst, 4CIT Software Solutions

“The topics and presentations by the spekaers were great!!!”  

– Shalone Sathi, Consultant, Adept Advisory

“The Conference was well organised, the topics were well researched, and well presented.”

– Chola Ndyamba, Programme Administrator , Liberty Group Risk

“Really enjoyed the speakers and the subject matter addressed.”

– Narissa Van Straaten, Senior Manager Special Projects, Nedbank.

“Great content suited to speaker. Inspiring,  food for thought!”

– Christiaan van Schalkwyk, Sanctions Specialist, Barclays Africa

“The conference was professionally and well-organised, with above par topics relevant to AML.”

– Naomi Tema, AML Operations Manager, FNB

“The food was amazing! Venue professionally organised; expert speakers and excellent topics.”

– Pieter Rossouw, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer, Bidvest Bank (speaker)

“The topics presented were very relevant to the current happening in the environment and the speakers gave real life solutions for the current challenges.”

– Phumudzo Malotsha, AML Analyst, Standard Bank

To enquire regarding Registrations for the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference, please complete your details below:

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 665

Physical Address:

363 Rivonia Boulevard,
Euro Centre, Rivonia, Johannesburg


+27 11 803-1553


+27 86 582-2981


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