How Could AML6 Impact Your KYC processes?
Featured Speakers :
Prior to joining Bureau van Dijk, Hugo spent many years in the financial crime prevention space in a variety of roles for Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan and Commerzbank. With more than 30 years of experience, he has developed working relationships with many UK and US regulators. In addition to providing market intelligence for the RDC product development strategy, Hugo regularly contributes to financial crime and compliance forums.
At Tide, Conrado facilitates the development of compliance programs and acts as a liaison to the FCA. Prior to joining Tide, Conrado spent approximately 7 years as a solicitor at BM&A, a top tier law firm in Brazil, where he handled Capital Market & Compliance cases for clients.
Clare is the Strategy and Expansion Lead at Onfido where she is responsible for strategic business development. At Onfido, she led the launch of the fast-growing identity verification platform across markets in continental Europe and South East Asia and continues to drive a number of internal strategic projects. Previously, Clare led commercial partnerships at Landbay.
Harpreet has 10 years of experience working in Financial Crime, mainly within the FX space. Prior to joining Choice Money as the Deputy Head of Risk and Compliance, she worked as a Fraud Investigator. After completing her AML diploma with ICA, she moved within the Risk and Compliance space.
Complimentary webinar, presented by Bureau van Dijk, A Moody’s Analytics Company
Existing risk-based due diligence programs have potentially created a roadmap for individuals and organizations to evade detection. The key changes introduced by AML6 will focus heavily on predicate offenses to money laundering which will give financial institutions greater responsibility in the fight against money laundering and financing of terrorism. Inevitably, existing know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and processes will be tested. Can your current due diligence program withstand implementation of the new directive on June 3rd?
Join this webinar as we explore:
- How does AML6 differ from previous directives?
- What 6 changes can be made to due diligence programs to be prepared?
- How crucial is it to invest in data resources and technology?
This session is eligible for 1 CFCS or 1 CE credit for all attendees. A certificate of participation will be provided only to ACFCS members.