Financial Crime Quarterly Briefing
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3/31/2017
When: Friday, March 31st
12:30 - 2:00 PM ET
Where: Via WebEx


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Analysis and Updates on Critical Issues in AML, Corruption, Fraud and More

Members complimentary, non-members $50

From emerging risks and new threats to regulatory expectations, the Financial Crime 360 Quarterly Briefing brings you the latest in news, analysis and insights across the financial crime field.

The Briefing goes beyond just giving information. Instead, it’s focused on providing ACFCS members with practical guidance on how recent events and trends impact your organization.

This Briefing will cover current issues including:

  • Lessons from the record-setting $600 million Western Union penalty and the historic Deutsche Bank case, and the insights they provide on a converged approach to financial crime compliance and the rise of international coordination on enforcement
  • How US regulators like FinCEN and financial industry associations like the ClearingHouse are pushing for greater collaboration between AML, fraud and cybersecurity departments to tackle burgeoning cybercrime
  • Why a record-setting year in 2016 for anti-corruption penalties means greater corruption threats for financial institutions, and how bribery risks around the world may have actually risen in the past year
  • The impact of the new US administration on financial crime compliance and enforcement regimes
  • The FATF's recent mutual evaluations of the US, Switzerland, and other nations, and their potential to shape regulatory expectations and compliance scrutiny
  • The implementation of the OECD's Common Reporting Standard, and how institutions worldwide are preparing for looming reporting deadlines later in 2017
  • And more


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