But how do you develop systems to identify, quantify and, most importantly, manage risk?
Fighting money laundering — and meeting AML regulatory expectations — isn’t just an obligation of banks, and these sessions are specifically tailored to address the unique compliance challenges of non-bank financial institutions such as securities firms and money service businesses.
Whether it’s addressing KYC/CDD challenges or schemes involving microcap securities trading, these sessions highlight AML best practices from a non-bank point of view.
Additionally, leaders at institutions with smaller teams and budgets will benefit from instruction on prioritizing resources, and executives at all institutions will benefit from learning practical tools for defending against notorious fraud practices.
These can’t-miss training sessions are essential for today’s financial crime prevention professionals.
With AML, size matters — which puts community institutions at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to issues such as staffing resources, technology investment and handling regulatory relations.
These sessions show how smaller institutions can super-size their compliance programs, with practical tips on strategically leveraging resources and managing vexing challenges such as complying with consent orders.
This track details the latest sanctions developments, providing effective guidance for responding to them in a robust and effective fashion.
Without doubt, risk management is among the most important issues facing AML professionals today.
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