High level representatives of companies such as Banking Association South Africa, Financial Intelligence Centre, Absa, Clientele, Arachnys, FrameAML, Tyme Bank, Standard Bank, Fico Tonbeller , Namibia Institutions Supervisory Authority, FNB , Refinitiv and the Financial Intelligence Unit of Zimbabwe will address delegates at the fifth annual AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference.
This conference is taking place on 23 & 24 October 2019 at Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.
The programme features nearly 30 top speakers, addressing high end and updated topics relating to the AML landscape
Project Manager, Thunile Nkosi said the event is set to attract nearly 200 attendees.
“TCI is looking forward to a very exciting conference with some major international sponsors joining us this year. This underlines the importance and relevance of this event in Africa.
Gold sponsor Ovations Technologies with their partner Arachnys, and bronze sponsors, Bateleur Software with Fico Tonbeller, Refinitiv and LexisNexis Risk, are all international companies who through their weight behind this event.
This is definitely southern Africa’s top event for AML and financial crime professionals, Thunile said.
Attending the event will provide prospective delegates with the opportunity to first-hand gets in touch with the latest insights, strategies, and solutions to tackle fraud, corruption and anti-money laundering.
“We have completely updated the programme which will address issues faced today in the AML and financial crime environment such as crypto-currencies, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, compliance and due diligence, and AML monitoring, analytics, reporting & risk management.
Last year’s event was attended by personnel from banks, insurance companies, service providers and government.
So far the following companies have registered delegates:
LexisNexis Risk * Sanlam Investment Management * Discovery* Albaraka Bank * Bateleur Software * LexisNexis South Africa * Ovations Technologies * Adaptris * Deloitte Analytics * FNB Regulatory Conduct Risk * Old Mutual Finance * Wesbank Financial Crime Risk Management * ABSA Financial Crime Compliance * ACI Worldwide * Standard Bank Group Investigations & Fraud Risk * Nedbank Risk, Compliance & Operations * Investec Central Services IT * First Rand Bank Strategic Payments * Mukuru Africa * Freethinking Business Consulting * Accuity * Adept Advisory* ABSA Financial Crime: Anti-Bribery & Corruption * ABSA Wealth Advisory
Normal registration fee: R9 400 + VAT = R10 810 p.p.