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The 9th installment of the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is taking place this year on 4 & 5 September.

This is the biggest event of its kind in Africa.

Over the last 3 years the audience has grown each year. Last year we set yet another record of 260 people attending.

This year’s two 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.

According to LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ latest “True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study, financial institutions (FIs) are seeking ways to reduce costs while complying with regulations, with 35% identifying the escalation of financial crime regulations and regulatory expectations as the primary factor driving increases in compliance costs.

The programme will dissect important issues such as latest regulatory developments, high cost of implementing and maintaining AML solutions, enforcement actions, digital assets and regulation, economic effects of corruption, bribery and money launderingand technology developments.

Highlighted features will be panel discussions on regulation, effects of AML on non-designated financial institutions, AML developments in the SADC region, payments and technology.

There is no doubt that financial organisations must navigate multiple challenges in financial crime prevention whilst ensuring that ongoing training is provided to employees in order for them to face up to the many challenges.

AML teams must be proactive, adaptive, and innovative and, in doing so, contribute to a more resilient and secure financial system in the years ahead

This annual gathering will once again give attendees the ideal opportunity to learn about all the latest challenges existing in the fight against money laundering.

More than 260 people attended last year’s event.

This is TCI’s flagship conference, and has received rave reviews from delegates, speakers and sponsors over the past few years

We invite all potential delegates to this important industry event.

Speakers Day One

Speakers Day Two


Panel discussions:

The programme will also feature 5 panel discussions on the latest regulatory developments, payments, cross border transactions & illicit money flows,  technology & AML  implications of money laundering  in the  SADC region and money laundering and non-bank  financial institutions.

Personnel dealing with the following should attend this conference:

financial crime * risk * governance * compliance * regulation* transaction monitoring * anti-money laundering * regulation * virtual assets * exchange control *  auditing * fraud * enhanced due diligence * customer screening * sanctions * regulatory oversight * AML reporting *  financial surveillance * investigations * auditing *  forensics * tax * financial crime enforcement * bribery & corruption * cyber security* data privacy * emerging technology * insurance *  third party risk * wealth management * KYC * digital identity verification

Benefits of attending the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference 2024

Get updated on the latest opportunities and challenges confronting professionals in the anti-money laundering and financial crime environment

Meet and learn from cutting edge speakers from organisations active in the anti-money laundering, financial crime & fraud environment

Understand the latest regulatory developments in the SADC region

Learn more about AML, payments, cross border transactions & illicit money flows

Get acquainted on technologies used in the fight against money laundering effectively

Gain insights on the regulation and risks associated with crypto currencies in Southern Africa

Understand the role of the Non-Bank Financial Institutions in combatting financial crime and negotiating risk

Understand the implementation of counter measures used to combat money laundering in the SADC region

Improve your understanding of terrorist financing (TF) risks

Network with fellow delegates, speakers and exhibitors and improve your business contacts and relationships.

Our esteemed speaker panel so far

Manet Basson
Managing Director
FTI Consulting

Sean Stander
Chief Operating Officer
Group Anti Financial Crime, Standard Bank

Willem Janse van Rensburg

Rushda Khan
Compliance and AML Manager
Albaraka Bank

Juanette Richardson
ACM Compliance

Steven Powell
Head: Forensics Department

Jasmine Opperman
Expert in Terrorism Funding & Operations

Diane van Eeden
AML Consultant
Finmark Trust

Carel de Jager
Chief Executive Officer and Founder

Tendai Jangara
Director: Dispute Resolution
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

Richard Malcolm
Pan-African Consultant
Xborder Advisory

Hima Tinado Niang
Head of Compliance for Southern & Eastern regions in Africa
Ria Money Transfer

Nicola Comninos
Chief Risk Officer
Purple Group

Londiwe Mataga
Compliance Officer

Kim Dancey
Head of Payments

Leopoldt Jansen van Vuuren
Compliance Manager

Miguel-Angelo Almeida
Executive Head: Compliance
Standard Bank Mozambique

Annabel Bishop
Chief Economist

Tumelo Zwane
Chief Information Officer
Special Investigation Unit

Wiehann Olivier
Partner and Head: Fintech &
Digital Assets
Forvis Mazars

Desiree Reddy
Norton Rose Fulbright

Thav Reddy
Group Head: Data Privacy

Wendy Murray
Associate Director
Lysis Financial

Nasia Seria
General Manager: MFS and Financial Crime Compliance

Natasha Holt
Fintech Support Operations Executive
Abacus Insurance

Rejoice Mathole
Head: Risk & Compliance
Bank Gaborone

Johan Hetzel
Global Head: Compliance & Anti-Money Laundering

Dirk Feindesen
Managing Partner
msg Rethink Compliance

Vilho Nkandi
Head: AML & Inspection

John Symington
Compliance and Risk Resources

adv Jan Augustyn
Manager Supervision & Enforcement, Financial Intelligence Centre

Christopher Malan
Executive Manager Compliance & Prevention, Financial Intelligence Centre, South Africa

Murray Collier
Chief Operating Officer

Chor Teh, Director
Financial Crime Compliance Industry Practice Lead

Sameera Dawood-Bhagwan
Divisional Head-AML
CFT Financial Conglomerate
South African Reserve Bank

Valeriy Voditchenski
Executive Director responsible: Sales in EMEA and Middle East

Barry Cooper
Technical Director
Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (CENFRI)

Farirayi Machawira
Head of Compliance, CABS

Media partners

Organisations that attended the AML & Financial Crime Conference in 2023

* Rely Comply *Nice Actimize * Woolworths Financial Services * Hatfield Holdings * Ukeshe Technologies * The Banking Association of South Africa * Standard Bank AML * Sanlam Investment Management * DocFox * Old Mutual Finance * Access Bank Mozambique * Masthead * Liberty Group Financial Crime Compliance * Capricorn Group * Investec Financial Crime * Adaptris * Yoco Technolgies * Investec Technology Compliance * RMB Market Compliance * ABSA Group Legal * Auditor General South Africa * FNB * Sybrin * Hellios Towers * People’s Own Savings Bank * Investec * Development Bank of Nambia * Vodacom Compliance * SA Reserve Bank Pridential Authority * Rand Merchant bank Risk * Peregrine Advisors * Quantum Data Engines * 4C Group * Minet Group * Lysis Financial * Edge- growth Ventures * Nedbank * Jigsaw Compliance * Al Baraka Bank * Rand Mutual Admin Services * FNB Foreign Exchange Product House * Shepstone & Wylie * Featurespace * National Prosecuting Authority * IDC * Tickzoid Enterprises * Redscreen * Hello Group * Hollywood Bets * IQ Business * Adapt It * Liquid Intelligent Technologies * Trade Ethiopia * ACM Compliance * Albaraka Bank * YOCO * FNB Botswana * Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe * People’s Own Savings Bank

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