Financial Crime Quarterly Briefing – Q1 2020
Featured Speakers :
As VP of Product Development for ACFCS, he oversees the development and delivery of editorial and training content to the association’s global community of financial crime professionals, including news and analysis, live and online training events, and e-learning courses. He also assisted in the construction of the Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) examination, and coordinates a group of global financial crime experts to maintain and update the credential on an ongoing basis. Previously, he served as the Executive Director, and the association’s Editorial Director.
Before joining ACFCS, he conducted research and advocacy work on public policy issues for national and regional non-profit organizations, and was a freelance journalist. He is a graduate of Duke University.
Analysis and Updates on Critical Issues in AML, Corruption, Fraud and More
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 session will cover:
- Scams, frauds, risks and regulatory guidance related to COVID-19
- Key red flags and AML considerations in the current coronavirus reality
- Notable recent cases and enforcement actions
- And much more!
This session is eligible for 1.5 CFCS credits. A recording and slides are available to ACFCS members only.
Important note for ACFCS members: Please register using the same email address tied to your member account.