the butterfly effect of fighting financial crime together

why your entire organisation should be responsible for financial crime prevention

Date and time Thursday 24 May, 08:30 – 11:30
Location The Banking Hall, London

While the buck for regulatory compliance stops with the Money Laundering Reporting Officer, everyone within an organisation has a part to play in recognising and reporting suspicions of money laundering, terrorism financing and other financial crime.

encompass and C6 are hosting a seminar to explore the benefits of a holistic approach to financial crime prevention, and the positive outcomes of working hand in hand with your employees, regulators and law enforcement.

This event has now passed; you can read Simon Lemos‘ summary of the day here.

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speakers

Ray Wilson Director AMLGS

Financial Crime: An Insider’s Perspective

Raymond Wilson | Director, AMLGS

The number of Suspicious Activity Reports submitted is on the rise, but when should you report suspicious activity and why? And what happens to your SARs?

Drawing on their time at the National Crime Agency and City of London Police, Raymond Wilson from AMLGS will cover trends in organised crime and money laundering and why a cultural shift in compliance is needed to make the prevention of financial crime everyone’s responsibility.

Nick Parfitt Head of Market Planning C6

Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Risk Data Intelligence that Drives Decisions

Nick Parfitt | Head of Market Planning, C6

Data is not something we lack today, but does your data help you zero in on potential financial criminals and suspicious activity, or are your real risks buried in a slew of false positives?

C6’s Nick Parfitt explores how to make your data work for you, driving confident decisions and bringing together siloed teams across your organisation.

Graeme Port Head of Product encompass

Who is Responsible for Combatting Financial Crime?

David Deane | Managing Partner, Fimatix

The responsibility for combatting financial crime within both financial institutions and other professional or government owned organisations cannot lay on the shoulders of just one person. David Deane explores who in the organisation needs to be engaged with AML activities, & how firms must shift their mindset to ensure there is a consistent approach each step of the way.

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