Brochure launch for the 9th installment of the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa 2024 Conference

The official brochure for this year’s Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is now available, with discounted prices for early bird delegate registrations.

The 9th installment of the conference is taking place this year on 4 & 5 September 2024.

This is the biggest AML conference in Africa.

This year’s 3 day conference will look at the effects and implications of still being grey listed, and will also focus on some of the major challenges existing in combating money laundering and other financial crimes.

If you want to take advantage of the early bird registration fee of R3 000 p.p. discount, register now. This is only applicable for this week. 


  • Update on regulation effecting anti-money laundering in the SADC region
  • South Africa’s grey-listing – how did we get on this list, what are we doing about it and when are we likely to be removed from the grey-listing
  • Modus operandi of criminal syndicates involved in the illicit extraction of funds out of South Africa.
  • Economic effects of corruption, bribery and money laundering
  • Impact of latest regulatory developments on anti-money laundering initiatives
  • Connecting the dots of a risk & compliance management programme and how to automate the non-automatable
  • Role of supervision and enforcement
  • Payments, cross border transactions & illicit money flows
  • Navigating forensic accounting and auditing in the era of evolving legislation
  • Violent extremism in Southern Africa –  how it intersects with international extremist narratives
  • Relationship between risk, compliance and anti-money laundering in smaller financial institutions and foreign banks in southern Africa
  • Use of technology in combatting malpractices and corruption
  • Virtual currencies and its impact on money laundering activities
  • Implications of money laundering in the SADC region
  • Money laundering and non-bank financial institutions
  • Technology and money laundering



Normal registration fee: R9 200 + VAT = R10 580 p.p.

Early bird registration fee: 6 200 + VAT = R7 130 p.p.

On-line registration fee: R7 700 + VAT = R8 855 p.p.

Early bird registration fee: R6 000 + VAT = R6 900 p.p.


To register as a delegate e-mail Ryno van Ellewee or Zama Mthimkhulu on

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For more than 13 years, TCI has been a registered and preferred conference organiser for all major banks and financial institutions. Vendor details available on request.

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