|High-level representatives of companies such as the Financial Intelligence Centre, FrameAML, ABSA Bank, Werksmans Attorneys, Fiserv, PwC, SAS, Deloitte Botswana, Financial Intelligence Unit, Zimbabwe and AVeS Cyber Security, will address delegates at the fourth Annual Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime 2018 Southern Africa Conference.
Taking place on 30 & 31 October at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg this year’s conference once again brings delegates an excellent speaker panel of nearly 30 experts from the AML environment sharing their knowledge and expertise.
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Ryno van Ellewee, MD of Trade Conferences International, said the use of banking systems for money laundering activities is a key challenge facing the financial services industry. Regulatory authorities are now more sharpened than ever before en much has changed in the AML landscape since our first edition of the event four years ago.
“With continuing challenges to overcome, the 2018 event will highlight sessions on the current regulatory landscape of AML, AML monitoring, analytics and reporting, compliance, risk and due diligence and technology and AML”.
Attended by more than 350 attendees in the last three years only, the conference is rated the number 1 conference on anti-money laundering and financial crime in Southern Africa.
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The importance of the event on the Southern Africa AML calendar is underlined by the sponsorship of companies such as FICO Tonbeller, SAS, Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions, DocFox and Fiserv – all players in the AML, fraud and compliance environment.
Van Ellewee said professionals who will benefit from attending include people dealing with AML, fraud, financial crime, compliance, governance, sanctions, financial surveillance, regulation, monitoring and risk.
Companies that attended the last two year’s events include ABSA, Syntell, Sasfin, Nedbank, FNB, Standard Bank, Investec, Bidvest Bank. UBank, Financial Intelligence Centre SA, Grant Thorton, EY, Wesbank, Liberty, Old Mutal and many more.