London Stock Exchange Group sponsors the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

London Stock Exchange Group sponsors the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

For the first time in the history of the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference, there will be two gold sponsors this year! We are proud to announce As part of its commitment to assist in the continuous developments changes of the AML and Financial Crime industry, the London Stock Exchange Group is partnering…

EARLY BIRD DELEGATE REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR RETAIL CREDIT CONFERENCE 2024

EARLY BIRD DELEGATE REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR RETAIL CREDIT CONFERENCE 2024

Early bird registrations for Retail Credit Conference 2024 – Save up to R3 000 per delegate if you register by 15 August 2024 We are excited to announce the Retail Credit Conference 2024, building on the momentum of our highly successful Debt Collection in the Digital Age Conference 2024. This event promises to be even…

AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is the event of choice in the SADC region  

AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is the event of choice in the SADC region  

Featuring over 40 speakers, this years’ AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference highlights include two keynote addresses by the Financial Intelligence Centre, 6 panel discussions and delves into the complexities, challenges and opportunities of fighting money laundering in the SADC region. The event is the place where the who’s who dealing with anti- money…

Government officials invited to attend AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

Government officials invited to attend AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

Government officials dealing with ant-money laundering and compliance will benefit by attending this years’ AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference. The conference, taking place on 4 & 5 September 2024 at the Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg, is nowAfrica’s biggest and most popular conference directed at anti-money laundering and compliance professionals. The programme will feature nearly…

AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference to address topical anti-money laundering issues in SADC region  

AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference to address topical anti-money laundering issues in SADC region  

Update on regulation effecting anti-money laundering in the SADC region, economic effects of corruption, bribery and money laundering, role of supervision and enforcement; and technology and money laundering, are just some of the topics to be addressed at this year’s AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference. The conference, taking place on 4 & 5…

AML Gold Sponsor – NICE Actimize 2024 winner for Best AML Solution

AML Gold Sponsor – NICE Actimize 2024 winner for Best AML Solution

NICE Actimize once again partners with Trade Conferences International (TCI) as a Gold sponsor for the upcoming AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference to be hosted on 4 & 5 September 2024 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, South Africa. Positioned as the highest-scoring vendor in the 2024 and has been ranked by global advisory…

Join top organisations at the biggest AML conference in Africa 

Join top organisations at the biggest AML conference in Africa 

Join companies such as Old Mutual Finance, Sanlam Investment Management, The Banking Association, Hollywood Bets, Albaraka Bank, Choice Mauritius,  SA Reserve Bank, African Bank,  the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and many others who have already registered to attend this years’ AML & Financial Crime southern Africa Conference. The conference is taking place on 4 &…

South Africa launches 30 investigations into crypto activities

South Africa launches 30 investigations into crypto activities

FSCA has formed a special team to probe unlicensed crypto services amid ongoing regulatory efforts. 30 cases are under scrutiny as South Africa seeks to balance innovation and compliance. The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) of South Africa has ramped up its focus on the cryptocurrency sector, launching 30 investigations into unauthorized crypto-related financial services….

Nigerian fraud-law enforcers fire warning shot at gambling sector

Nigerian fraud-law enforcers fire warning shot at gambling sector

Nigeria’s financial crimes agency warns gambling companies to tighten their anti-money laundering policies as country strives to exit FATF greylist. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has cautioned the Nigerian casino and gaming market to comply with anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing rules amid the country’s ongoing compliance failings. Speaking at a due diligence…

Kenya and Namibia added to FATF greylist

Kenya and Namibia added to FATF greylist

The two countries have failed to address terrorism financing and money-laundering problems in their legal regimes. Kenya and Namibia have been added to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) greylist. The two African states are now under increased monitoring by the organisation for their inadequate measures against money laundering and terrorism financing. The FATF announced…