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The 8th instalment of the Anti-Money Laundering Financial Crime Fraud Conference organised by Trade Conferences International, will take place on 6 & 7 September 2023 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways. The two day (2) in-depth conference programme is extensive and addresses anti-money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption in the SADC region.
The programme will also dissect the issues implicating the recent grey listing of South Africa and Nigeria as examples to other SADC counties of where to focus their efforts on in combatting in money laundering.
Featuring close to 40 speakers from the SADC region, the day two programme will also feature a breakaway session and includes four panel discussions such as relationship between compliance and anti-money laundering; the effect of anti-money laundering corruption and bribery on the economy; AML in the SADC region; and the role of smaller financial institutions (FIs) and Designated Non-Financial Businesses in combatting financial crime and negotiating risk.
Pertinent topics to be addressed are – overview of recommendations contained in the FAFT mutual evaluation 2020, role of smaller Financial Institutions (FIs) in combatting financial crime and mitigating money laundering risk, role of technology in combatting money laundering, implementing better procedures to Identify Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), updates regarding UBO’s and UBO registry amongst others.
Speaker companies include the likes of Sanlam, Investec, Financial Intelligence Centre, South Africa,Standard Bank Mozambique, Own Savings Bank, Zimbabwe, Corruption Watch, S & P Global Intelligence, Moody’s Analytics, Nice Actimize, iiDENTIFii, SABRIC, MSG Compliance and many more.
We welcome our sponsor’s – Gold sponsor NICE Actimize, Silver sponsor msg Rethink Compliance & Bateleur Software, Bronze sponsor Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions & Moody’s Analytics and session sponsor iiDENTIFii.
The event is attended by professionals from banks, insurance and investment companies, service providers, government, and MLCO’s from non- designated financial service providers
Last year’s event received rave review from speakers, delegates and sponsors. In 2022 a new record of over 240 people attended this event