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Top representatives to address the no.1 AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

by Media Xpose

Representatives of companies such as the Institute for Security Studies, Financial Intelligence Centre, The Compliance Institute, South African Reserve Bank, Nedbank, FNB, Corruption Watch, Standard Bank, FirstRand, ABSA, South African Reserve Bank, Investec, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime will be presenting to delegates at the 7th annual instalment of the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference.

This conference is taking place on 3 & 4 August 2022 at the Indaba Hotel Fourways, Johannesburg. The event is also an online event and will afford delegates from outside South Africa the opportunity to attend on-line.

With nearly 30 speakers presenting at the conference, this conference will give delegates an opportunity to explore fundamental and diverse dynamics within the anti-money laundering arena.

Project Manager at TCI, Deborah Summers said, “Once again TCI assembled an excellent speaker panel. It includes all in the field of technology, AML, financial crime, compliance organised crime.”

Some of the speakers presenting at this event include Adv. Xolisile Khanyile, Director, Financial Intelligence Centre; Rianné Potgieter, Chief Executive Officer, The Compliance Institute of Southern Africa; Adam McLaughlin, Global Head: AML Strategy & Marketing, NICE Actimize and Karam Singh, Executive Director, Corruption Watch amongst others.

Topics to be addressed

FIC representative Adv. Khanyile will be presenting at the conference on the topic of public partnerships in the fight against money laundering, highlighting the role of SAMLIT (South African Money Laundering Integrated Taskforce).

Other important topics that will be tackled include: the overview of recommendations contained in the FAFT mutual evaluation 2020 – sanction screening, use of cash in the SADC region , risk and compliance; the legal developments regarding UBOs, PEPs and sanctions; crypto tax in South Africa and SARS audit approaches; Corruption, organised crime and money laundering and many more relevant trending topics.

For information about the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference, visit www.tci-sa.co.za or email info@tci-sa.co.za .

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