Financial Crime Prevention Luxembourg
May, 24th 2012 | Luxembourg (City)
Reasons to Attend Reasons to Attend
- Acquire firsthand knowledge
on the importance of creating a risk aware culture for fighting financial crime
- Best Practices
Receive multiple perspectives from industry leaders and build your financial prevention network
- Meet up with industry peers
to energize yourself with fresh ideas
regarding financial crime prevention
Financial crime is one of the largest problems faced by financial institutions, today. Anti-money laundering (AML)/anti-terrorism financing regulations as well as guidelines to fight fraud oblige firms to put in place certain controls to prevent and detect financial crimes and to report any suspicious activity they come across. As criminals have resorted to ever more sophisticated ways of disguising their illegal activities, so the employees of financial institutions have to be ever more aware of what they are dealing with, and how they should deal with it.
We are delighted to invite you to the Financial Crime Prevention Luxembourg business event on May 24th at the Légère Premium Hotel. The business event brings together compliance experts to discuss the latest regulatory developments and impacts of the Luxembourg regulation on the local financial institutes and the best practice approach to fulfil these requirements. At this event, you will have the opportunity to discuss the obstacles compliance officers face and how to overcome them. We are confident you will leave with a wealth of fresh perspectives.
Join us and listen to compliance/financial crime experts from:
- Marco Zwick, Schroders Luxembourg
- Tobias Spanka, Bureau van Dijk
- Dr. Michael Schmidt-Kernchen, TONBELLER AG
Learn about best practices for e.g. generating an effective KYC & AML/Anti-Fraud program. The event will help you to truly realize the operational benefits of a robust compliance program.
Registration is free of charge for you and your colleagues. Places at this event are limited so please register as soon as possible.