About the course

about the course

About the Course

Through a two day action-packed agenda delegates will have exposure to top experts leading in the Anti- Money Laundering (AML) sector to learn about current threats and the latest counter measures to mitigate risk against financial crime.

Through a multi tutor format, delegates will learn about the latest compliance expectations and requirements as well as how fin-tech companies tackle AML/CFT and financial crime. The course will leave the delegates prepared for the new risks that leading firms are identifying, and understand how to use intelligence led approach and collaboration in the prevention, investigation and detection of AML.

What will you learn?
  • Overview of FATF 4th Round of Mutual Evaluations against Japan: Latest Compliance Expectations and Requirements. Looking at the new digital era and the emerging threats to financial crime
  • Build knowledge of how Fin-tech companies tackle AML/CFT and Financial Crime. Including financial crime investigation techniques to prevent, detect and mitigate risk
  • Consider the joint approach to reduce Financial Crime in Asia with practical solutions and AML Strategies 
  • Recognise machine learning and artificial intelligence’s part in AML investigations and fraud detection
  • Understand the AML threat on mobile phone payments as the threat increases in Japan
Who should attend?

Relevant departments and job roles may include but are not limited to:

  • Compliance
  • Money Laundering Reporting
  • Risk Management
  • Operational Risk Managers 
  • Staff with roles and responsibilities in AML and anti-terrorist financing activities
  • Department Heads
  • Section Managers
  • All staff who need a thorough grounding in modern AML/FCC techniques
Course highlights
  • The opportunity to listen to experts in the field who will bring the latest knowledge in AML compliance, expectation and requirements
  • The chance to understand wider organisations’ strategies to counter financial crime and how to implement them into yours 
  • A chance to consider trends and where the future threats have been identified in this sector