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Register now to attend the biggest AML conference in Africa

This is the place to be for professionals who want to stay abreast with the latest news regarding the AML landscape.

The anticipation for ground-breaking insights in the anti-money laundering & financial crime field is palpable. The upcoming AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference 2024, scheduled to take place on 4 & 5 September 2024 at the Indaba Hotel in Fourways, Johannesburg, is gearing up to be the industry’s highlight event.

With 10 weeks left go to the conference delegate registrations are picking up.

This two day conference will look at the effects and implications of still being grey listed, and will also focus on some of the major challenges existing in combating money laundering and other financial crimes.

This is the place to be for professionals who want to stay abreast with the latest news regarding the AML landscape.

Who must attend?

Each year this event is attended by professionals from banks, insurance and investment companies, service providers, government, and MLCO’s from non-designated financial service providers.

The organisers are delighted to announce that the impressive line-up of speakers in the field. More than 40 speakers will be addressing a wide array of high end topics covering the latest issues effecting money laundering in the SADC region, at this year’s AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference.

Here are some of the notable speaker companies:

This annual gathering will once again give attendees the ideal opportunity to learn about all the latest challenges existing in the fight against money laundering.

A few pertinent topics to be addressed amongst others:
  • Update on regulation effecting anti-money laundering in the SADC region
  • South Africa’s grey-listing – how did we get on this list, what are we doing about it and when are we likely to be removed from the grey-listing
  • Modus operandi of criminal syndicates involved in the illicit extraction of funds out of South Africa.
  • Payments, cross border transactions & illicit money flows
  • Violent extremism in Southern Africa – how it intersects with international extremist narratives
  • Relationship between risk, compliance and anti-money laundering in smaller financial institutions and foreign banks in southern Africa
  • Impact of changing AML regulation on KYC/CDD processes
  • Virtual currencies and its impact on money laundering activities
This year’s sponsors for the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference

For registration and more information, please visit https://www.tci-sa.co.za/anti-money-laundering-financial-crime-southern-africa-conference-2024/

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