Future proof your AML approach at the Anti-Money Laundering: Compliance 2021. This important and timely event is an invaluable blend of thought leadership and technical presentations, real-world case study sessions, and lively roundtable debates.  Join your peers across Canada for two days of uninterrupted knowledge sharing.  Together you will receive authoritative guidance from Canada’s leading experts.

  • Impact and new complications added by Covid-19 changes
  • Stay in control of your AML compliance and keep pace with regulation
  • Reduce cost and complexity in your approach
  • Avoid breaching financial and trade sanctions
  • Clarify standard of care towards suspicious transactions
  • Discuss new AML rules and emerging red flags
  • Risk-based Approach: impacts and opportunities
  • Best practices to ID verification
  • Open banking and new vulnerabilities
  • Avoid errors in your Suspicious Transaction Reports
  • Assess sanctions obligations within broader AML obligations
  • Manage payment service provider risks
New Featured Session!
FINTRAC Update on Reporting Obligations
Alain Boudreault, Compliance Manager Relationship Management Unit, Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
Marc Lalonde, Compliance Manager, Regional Support, Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
CAMS credits approved by ACAMS
This program has been approved by the ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists) for 11 CAMS credits. CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) is the global benchmark for excellence in financial crime prevention. A certificate of participation which includes the number of credits being awarded will be provided on request at the conclusion of the event.