The AML Regulatory Landscape is shifting. Is your organization prepared for increased oversight and a new enforcement regime?

The complexity of the AML and Financial crime landscape has given rise to new and amended regulatory requirements for institutions. The tools and techniques used to detect financial crime are also changing.

Is your organization equipped to become a leading partner in building intelligence?

Keep your finger on the pulse of industry developments.

It can be challenging to ensure that your organization has a dynamic anti-money laundering and financial crime compliance program that can capably implement new protocols to meet regulatory changes. From ensuring that your client monitoring system is up-to-date, to comprehensive internal assessments to prepare for outside audit, to keeping your finger on the pulse of contemporary and growing AML/ATF risks, it is critical for financial institutions to remain cognizant of new industry developments.

Join The Canadian Institute in May 2020 for our 19th Annual Forum on Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime – a conference geared towards the needs of financial and compliance professionals, regulators, counsel and other stakeholders who are tasked with maintaining and advising on robust, modern compliance frameworks.

Don’t miss this opportunity to obtain practical advice from Canada’s leading AML and financial crime compliance practitioners and to ask your questions of government, industry and legal experts.

Early bird rates will expire soon. Reserve your seat today by calling 1-877-927-7936 or register online.

 

Who You Will Meet:

Anti-Money Laundering, Risk Management and Compliance Professionals in:

  • Banking
  • Credit Unions
  • Trust & Loan Companies
  • Insurance and Re-Insurance
  • Asset-Management
  • 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
  • Accounting
  • Legal Services
  • Gaming & Casino Operations
  • Financial Policy & Regulation
 
 

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Event Contacts

Sponsorship Opportunities:

The Canadian Institute
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Media Partnership Opportunities:

Joanna Chung
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Speaking Opportunities:

Sara Cain
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