ACFCS 2017 Financial Crime Conference to tackle critical issues facing financial crime experts
Monday, July 31, 2017
Compliance and regulatory issues cited as key
MIAMI -- July 28, 2017 – Garry Clement, executive director for the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS), a BARBRI Professional Association, cited that key issues facing financial crime professionals are constantly evolving.
“Our industry is changing at a rapid rate and the key issues facing financial crime professionals today are very different than they were even five years ago," he said. "With the advent of technology, an increasingly connected world and the continued sophistication of the criminal element, financial crime professionals must stay on top of macro trends, regulatory updates and compliance challenges. Staying informed is critical to doing the best job possible.”
Designed to reflect the real issues facing financial crime professionals today, the renowned financial crime conference, ACFCS 2017, will cover key regulatory changes affecting the sector as well as doing a deep dive into compliance in a cross functional world. Increasingly complex and ever-shifting, compliance is often the gatekeeper for effectively fighting financial crime.
ACFCS 2017 speakers will cover off the critical issues hitting compliance officers today. Can't-miss sessions for compliance officers include:
Industry experts also note that staying current on the compliance front is only half the battle. Staying on top of regulatory changes is also paramount to today’s financial crime professional. ACFCS 2017 will also showcase industry experts, Thomas Ott and Jim Vivenzio who will cover off the regulatory bases with two essential presentations:
Financial Crime – A View from FinCEN
The Regulatory Report -- An Inside View From the Experts
Registration is now open and delegates can still take advantage of the early bird rate. In addition to a full roster of leading edge speakers, ACFCS 2017 also offers delegates 1.5 CFCS credits. For more information visit www.financialcrimeconference.com
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