One of the main gatherings for the International Banking Industry is the Annual Anti Money Laundering Compliance Conference, organized by Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA). The event attracts more than 1400 participants from more than 48 countries around the world, and presents over 100 industry leaders to discuss on more than 100 topics related to AML.
The 16th annual conference will be taking place on March 7-9 at the InterContinental Miami and, this year, the discussions and debates will convene the speakers to discuss the following core topics: Newest Trends in the AML Landscape; FATCA and the Common Reporting Standards; Section 311 and Unintended Consequences; Correspondent Banking; U.S. Regulators and Policy Makers Q&A; AML Technology – Is your Institution using the right model?; And Latest Developments in Trade Based Money Laundering: Geographic Targeting Orders (GTOs), and the Intersection of Fraud and Money Laundering.
New this year, the conference will include additional panels that focus on real-time issues facing the industry, including: Terrorist Financing; Fireside Chat with FinCEN Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery; FIFA Corruption - PEPs, Corruption and Money Laundering; Disruptive Forces in Payment Systems: e-Money, Virtual Currencies, Mobile Payments and Online Lending.
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