CRYPTOCURRENCIES AND CRYPTOCRIME

CRYPTOCURRENCIES AND CRYPTOCRIME

Managing Risks, Harnessing Innovation.

Managing Risks, Harnessing Innovation

A Virtual Workshop for FinCrime Professionals

A Virtual Workshop for FinCrime Professionals (Intermediate Level)

WHY ATTEND?

Hands-On Exercises

Group Discussions and Scenario-Based Activities

Knowledge Checks and Assessments

Extended Q&A and Polling

Up to 11 CFCS and CPE NASBA Credits

All Recordings Available Post-Event

NON-MEMBER

$295
$ 235
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16
Popular

MEMBER

$235
$ 185
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16

GOVERNMENT

$185
$ 145
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

As the number of crypto-related businesses multiply and a growing number of individuals hold cryptocurrencies, how should a financial institution respond? Simply saying “we don’t bank crypto” is no longer a viable option, especially as regulators have made crypto risk a priority and most institutions have crypto exposure – whether they know it or not.

In short, confronting financial crime in cryptocurrencies is now an essential part of securing the financial system from criminals. That’s why ACFCS and Chainalysis are launching their first workshop focused solely on understanding and addressing financial crime threats in cryptocurrencies.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

As the number of crypto-related businesses multiply and a growing number of individuals hold cryptocurrencies, how should a financial institution respond? Simply saying “we don’t bank crypto” is no longer a viable option, especially as regulators have made crypto risk a priority and most institutions have crypto exposure – whether they know it or not.

In short, confronting financial crime in cryptocurrencies is now an essential part of securing the financial system from criminals. That’s why ACFCS and Chainalysis are launching their first workshop focused solely on understanding and addressing financial crime threats in cryptocurrencies.

This workshop will help you

Understand crypto business models from crypto ATMs to exchanges and P2P sites – how they can be exploited by bad actors, and how they can pose risks to banks and the traditional financial sector

Comprehend techniques and best practices for managing crypto risk at banks and other institutions, whether it’s indirect risk from customer transactions or direct risk from banking crypto clients

Learn the basics of investigations involving cryptocurrency, including opensource techniques to trace transactions on the blockchain and tips for recognizing potentially suspicious transactions from a financial institution’s perspective

Understand how criminals and bad actors are using cryptocurrencies, and recognize red flags tied to crypto transactions

Earn up to 11 CFCS and/or 11 NASBA CPE credits. Click Here for more information. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The workshop is designed for those with mid-level and advanced experience in compliance, investigations and enforcement, though almost anyone with responsibility for financial crime prevention and detection will find value.

Some examples include:

• FCC/AML directors, officers, managers and analysts
• Chief Compliance Officers
• Internal and external auditors
• Fraud managers, investigators and analysts
• FIU/intelligence agency directors, analysts and investigators

AGENDA

SPEAKERS

Ian Place

Director of Solutions Architecture

Chainalysis

Caitlin Barnett

Director of Regulation and Compliance

Chainalysis

Joe Ciccolo

Founder

BitAML

NON-MEMBER

$295
$ 235
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16
Popular

MEMBER

$235
$ 185
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16

GOVERNMENT

$185
$ 145
00
  • Early bird price expires April 16