on demand webinar

best practice in AML and KYC compliance

Learn how a modern approach to AML and KYC compliance can help your firm, and gain an insight into best practices to ensure maximum protection from risk.

Hosted by, Nick Ford, Head of Partnerships at encompass, and featuring Nick Parfitt, Product Director at C6 intelligence, this webinar will cover:

  • 4MLD and 5MLD – Key Changes
  • Balancing regulatory obligations with client and business expectations
  • Implementing a best in breed AML/KYC process
  • The role of structured data
  • The role of technology

Click here to download the slides.

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