4th EU AML Directive will make curbing crime easier, but cost banks millions
As the 4th EU AML Directive comes into force today, a pair of studies suggests that while most UK FS industry financial crime professionals think the new rules will make it easier to prevent money laundering, they are likely to cost banks millions in inefficient KYC checks.
Customer Due Diligence (CDD): Practical Changes brought to the Financial Sector
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This e-presentation gives an overview on the main novelties introduced by the European Union’s 4th and upcoming 5th Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directives. A detailed look is taken at customer due diligence (CDD), especially with regard to the new definition of politically exposed persons (PEP), how to deal with them, and how to assess the risk. Furthermore, the presentation outlines when and how to apply CDD with respect to electronic money, especially anonymous cards issued in third countries. Finally, approaches to simplified due diligence (SDD) under the 4th and 5th Directives are outlined.
Environmental crime: Law enforcement & a global AML priority that impacts the sustainability agenda
Biodiversity and nature loss poses significant risks to society, businesses and financial markets globally. Half of the world’s GDP is moderately or highly dependent on nature while 83% of wild mammals and 50% of plants are already lost. In the area of financial crime, environmental crime is now recognized as a key security threat.
According to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), illegal logging, illegal mining and waste trafficking generate up to $258 billion a year.
This session will explore why Interpol, a leading law enforcement agency, has taken the action of convening Financial Intelligence Units as part of its Global Financial Crime Task Force. We will also explore the role of public and private sector collaboration is tackling this issue and how better data can help organisations incorporate environmental crime as part of their due diligence processes. Join to hear from expert speakers.
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Rory Corcoran, Assistant Director, Organised & Emerging Crime, Interpol
Holly Pelesko, Product Manager, Refinitiv
Che Sidanius, Global Head of Financial Crime and Government Affairs, Refinitiv
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CAMS6 Audiobook English Chapter 1 ACAMS Training
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Central Bank of the Future Conference Panel 4: Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Inclusion
Aaron Klein, Jennifer Shasky Calvery, and moderator Jo Ann Barefoot participate in the fourth panel for the Central Bank of the Future Conference. October 2019.
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