How Your Bank Can Perform Crypto Due Diligence
Featured Speakers :
Chris DePow a seasoned compliance officer with experience crafting and implementing compliance policies that address financial crime in relation to cryptoassets, and has spoken extensively on the intersection of the traditional and decentralized financial systems. Prior to joining Elliptic, Chris was a Vice President in the Global Financial Crimes Compliance group at J.P. Morgan, where he provided cryptoasset subject matter expertise to corporate and investment banking customers.
Stelios is Elliptic’s Financial Crime Risk and Compliance Lead based at our London office. He has over 10 years of experience in Financial Crime compliance, and he brings deep expertise in Transaction Monitoring, Name/Customer Screening, Fraud, and KYC processes and systems. Prior to joining Elliptic, Stelios was working at UBS, Accenture, and McKinsey & Company as a Risk management expert – delivering strategic compliance programmes for Tier 1 banks, and regulators across the world. Stelios is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Project Management Professional (PMP), and he also brings expertise in data, analytics, and systems integration.
Complimentary webinar, presented by Elliptic
This webinar will focus on the regulatory and risk management-based due diligence obligations that financial institutions may encounter when engaging with (or themselves becoming) VASPs. Topics covered will include both customer and counterparty due diligence, with an emphasis on the confluence of VA specific regulation and extant financial services laws.
Among the subtopics will be:
- Custodial services
- Third party platform integration
- Holding stablecoin reserves and engaging with stablecoin payment networks
- Risks associated with DeFi