Our 2023 Event has Concluded
For those who attended, thank you for an incredible event. We are looking forward to returning in June 2024.
Canadian Institute’s 23rd Annual Canadian Forum on Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime will provide interactive discussions, insightful case studies, and networking opportunities during a time of renewed attention on Canada’s AML regime and on AML regimes internationally.
2023 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Chief Compliance Officer and Deputy Director
Director General, Financial Crimes and Security Division
Department of Finance Canada
Director and Chief Executive Officer
2023 FEATURED SPEAKERS
Global Head of Economic Sanctions
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
Partner, Litigation Department
Former Chief, Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section
U.S. Department of Justice
Executive Vice President, Global Head, Financial Crimes Risk Management
General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer
Global Chief Compliance Officer
Senior Business Writer and Columnist
The Globe and Mail
National Technology Officer
2023 CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS
Andres Betancourt, CFCS, CAMS, CCI, FIS
Senior Manager, AML/ATF International, Banking
Vice President, AML Advisory, Canada and the Caribbean
Royal Bank of Canada
Former Managing Director, AML, and Compliance Division
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada (OSFI)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anti-Money Laundering, Risk Management and Compliance Professionals in:
- Credit Unions
- Trust & Loan Companies
- Insurance and Re-Insurance
- Securities Firms
- Mortgage Companies
- Securities & Fund Brokers & Dealers
- Investment and Financial Managers & Advisors
- Foreign Exchange Dealers
- Subsidiaries of International Financial Institutions
- Other Financial and Money Services Businesses
As well as Senior Professionals working in the areas of:
- Payment Processing
- Virtual Currency
- Precious Metals, Gems and Jewelry
- Real Estate Development & Brokerage
- Legal Services
- Gaming & Casino Operations
- Financial Policy & Regulation
AML compliance for reporting entities has never been of greater critical importance than it is today. With the growing sophistication of criminals and the methods and technologies that they employed, combined with the intensified focus on AML by the government and the public, the risks, both financial and reputational, for non-compliance is immense.
Join us in person in Toronto to gain practical guidance and insights into how to develop and implement a compliance program that can adapt with the latest technological tools and sufficiently meet emerging regulatory obligations. Engage and network with our stellar speaker faculty and your peers so that you can stay on the cutting edge of the latest developments in law and practice.
Great people, speakers, topics.
Wide variety of topics.
Loved the Forum.
The duration, content and speakers. Great learning for me. I am taking a number of deliverables.
Good conference, well organized, good content, especially the presentation of AML compliance across various sectors.